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Thu, 29 Apr


Zoom meeting

Snapshot Webinar - with Fraser Sampson

We are delighted to welcome Fraser Sampson, the Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner, to a Members-only webinar to talk about standards and the future of CCTV.

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Snapshot Webinar - with Fraser Sampson
Snapshot Webinar - with Fraser Sampson

Date, Time & Location

29 Apr 2021, 14:30 – 16:00

Zoom meeting

About The Event

When we had a meeting recently with the new Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner (BSCC) Fraser Sampson, he was very keen to meet with the Members of the CCTV User Group to answer questions about standards, the future of CCTV and his approach to encouraging compliance with the CCTV code of practice.

We are delighted to announce that we have a date for a Snapshot Webinar with Fraser.

Please join us on Thursday 29 April at 2.30pm for an online meeting in which Fraser will take questions from you about anything related to his new role and the CCTV code of practice.

Topics that might come up include:

  • Facial recognition and other forms of biometric video analysis
  • The review of the Surveillance Camera Code of Practice
  • CCTV operator training and licensing
  • Third-party certification
  • Data protection
  • The Protect Duty consultation and impact on CCTV operations
  • Digital Evidence Management systems (DEMS) and the interface between police and local authority CCTV systems
  • Funding for public space CCTV systems

But you’re the experts – what do you want to talk about? Let us know.

To join us, please register at:

To help us manage the volume of questions for this event, please submit your questions ahead of time, either when you register or via email to

Note: this event is open to Members of the CCTV User Group only. You are a Member if your employer is a member or you have taken out an individual membership.

If you have any questions about this event or anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact us at

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