We are the Voice of UK Public Space Surveillance
We Are Delighted To Introduce Our Newest Business Partner Member
Eagle Eye Networks is the global leader in cloud video surveillance, delivering cyber-secure, cloud-based video with artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics to make businesses more efficient and the world a safer place. Eagle Eye provides security and real-time business intelligence, helping organisations of all sizes and types optimize operations.
Eagle Eye’s 100 percent cloud-managed solutions are smart, simple, and secure. The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS (video management system) is the only platform robust and flexible enough to power the future of video surveillance and intelligence. Purpose built for the cloud and AI, it addresses customers’ security needs with infinite scalability, flexible pricing plans, a wide array of advanced analytics, and an open RESTful API platform for unlimited customisation.
Eagle Eye Networks membership of the CCTV User Group, aligns with its role in establishing benchmarks for ethical and professional CCTV operations in the UK. This alignment reflects our fundamental principles, and we are confident that our membership will provide us with opportunities to enrich our understanding, exchange insights, and remain current with advancements in video surveillance technology and industry standards. By collaborating with fellow members, we aim to elevate the quality of our security systems and deliver improved safety and surveillance solutions to our community.
Leading, Developing, Shaping
A highly experienced and professional UK based national Membership organisation for all public space surveillance CCTV operators
Working for all our Members
By becoming a Member you will be joining hundreds of CCTV professionals who are highly experienced in their profession
Providing advice and guidance that is relevant and available to all - including to UK local government, business and domestic surveillance users
We are able to assist those who are new to the world of CCTV so that they can operate to the highest standards. As a business, we can assist you in the UK CCTV marketplace
Influencing & shaping the UK CCTV discussion, the development of new standards, policies & procedures
Join the CCTV User Group today and we will help you with everything you need to operate your CCTV in a compliant, professional & ethical manner
Our Global Audience
We are immensely proud to have so many amazing organisations and professionals working with, following and supporting us. They come from all sectors of security business, local government, education, housing, police, CCTV manufacturing, installation and software development to name but a few.
(Oct 2022 -Oct 2023)
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Our 2023 UK Security Sector Reach
Are You A Fully 'Code of Practice' Compliant Operator of CCTV?
Don't Risk Your CCTV Evidence Being Challenged or Discredited In Court
If you're a Local Authority or police service and operating public space CCTV, you have a lawful duty to comply with the Protection of Freedoms Act (PoFA) 2012.
It's a fact that almost half of the UK's public space CCTV services that are required to be compliant with PoFA 2012, are currently not fully compliant with the legislation.
Did you know, if you provide CCTV evidence to police for prosecutions in Court, a savvy defence counsel could ask to have that evidence disregarded because those that captured the evidence don't comply with the 'Protection of Freedoms Act 2012' ?
If you are yet to become compliant, then we can help.
We are the most highly respected, experienced and knowledgeable CCTV group in the UK. If you are a 'Relevant Authority' we can support you to become a fully compliant operator of CCTV; not only is it a legal requirement, it's the right thing to do!
If you are not a compliant operator of CCTV, you may be just
one headline away from serious reputational damage
Additional Areas To Explore
Conference 2023 News
The 25th Anniversary CCTV Conference & Security Showcase Exhibition 2023
We will showcase:
Detecting crime, hostile reconnaissance & predatory behaviour using CCTV
Working to prevent the use of extremist & violent acts to harm others
Identifying and learning how to protect 'Grey Spaces'
Protecting CCTV IT system from penetration and exploitation