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The first phase of this project will require a range of simple evaluations to be developed, so that an 'untrained' individual, can easily assess how well the various constituent parts of their Video Surveillance System, are performing.
More information on these assessments is available in this section.
The second phase, will lead to the development of defined operational benchmarks (standards), which will to some degree, take account of the following steps involved in producing an appropriate technical solution, that best fits with the users operational CCTV requirements.
In practice, for anyone planning to install video surveillance for security, there is a basic ten point plan which needs to be considered in order to achieve an optimised CCTV / IP Video system:-
1) A Risk Assessment Survey (RAS)
2) Crime Audit (CA)
3) CCTV System Profile (SP) inc. Operational Requirements
4) CCTV System Design (SD)
5) Legal Compliance
7) Installation and Operator Training
8) Post Installation Assessment
9) Code of Practice and Operating Guidelines
10) Routine ongoing Performance Assessment Surveys (PAS)
These stages are explained in a bit more detail on the following pages, but there's also information on how the 'TRUSTED'© campaign will hopefully develop in the future:-
Is your Video Surveillance System
capable of being 'TRUSTED'©
The campaign is based on the principle of applying CCTV or IP / Network Video to provide ...
"Target Recognition Using Surveillance Technology
for Evidence & Detection"
... in other words, to be of any practical use as an evidential video security system, the surveillance technology and techniques must be capable of being "TRUSTED"©