Sussex first to sign up to CCTV Efus Charter in the United Kingdom

Sussex Police Authority has signed up to the Charter for the democratic use of video surveillance March 10th 2011 thereby becoming the first signing party in the UK. “I am very proud of Sussex Police’s involvement in this Charter and … More

Prague conference on responsible use of CCTV organised by the Czech Ministry of the Interior in cooperation with Efus

How can cities make the best use of CCTV while at the same time guaranteeing individual rights and freedom, particularly in terms of data protection? This was the main theme of the conference organised on February 18, 2011, in Prague … More

CCTV initiative: First Central European city signs Charter – Czech Ministry organises international conference

The Polish city of Sosnowiec has signed the Charter for the Democratic Use of Video Surveillance, becoming the first Central European city to do so. The Mayor of Sosnowiec Kazimerz Gorski followed the invitation of Efus president Guilherme Pinto by … More

Why sign the Charter for a Democratic Use of Video Surveillance

One of the outcomes of the European project “Citizens, Cities and Video Surveillance”, the Charter for A Democratic Use of Video Surveillance is both a code of deontology and a methodological tool aimed at any local authority using or planning … More

Executive Committee calls for responsible use of CCTV

Lisbon (Portugal) – November 4, 2010 – The Charter for the democratic use of CCTV is one of the outcomes of the Efus-led European project “Citizens, cities and video-surveillance”, which had received the support of the fundamental rights programme of … More

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