Camera surveillance guidelines

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boaba
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Camera surveillance guidelines

Postby boaba » Sat Mar 10, 2007 9:20 pm

The Swedish police together with with some other organisations has set up a document with guidelines for cctv surveillance systems.

Some parts of the document is only of interest to Swedes since it covers Swedish law.

But other parts might be of use to anyone, like the test-chart that is useful for planning camera-placement and lens-choice
by giving you an estimate on whether the images will be useful for following an event or for identifying people.

And there are maintenance routines and some advice about how to handle captured video in case you have a incident.

http://www.skl.polisen.se/Global/Enbart ... 060119.pdf
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jameswilson
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Postby jameswilson » Sun Mar 11, 2007 1:32 pm

very very useful
thanks
James Wilson

Disclaimer: The above is pure theory and may work on a good day with the wind behind it. etc etc.
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MikeLynn
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Link is broken can someone pls upload again

Postby MikeLynn » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:42 pm

Seems to be avery interesting read. The link is broken and I couldn't find it with google. Can someone that has it upload pls?
I can PM you my mail for you to send it too.
Thx


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