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CCTV cameras to be installed in Karnataka court premises

web-post August 18, 2017

Taking exception to the delay in installing CCTV cameras in the District Court premises, District in-Charge Secretary Mohammed Mohsin has directed PWD officials to take steps to set up the cameras. Mr. Mohsin’s instruction has taken significance after a shoot-out at the court premises recently, when the criminal, Bagappa Harijan, was shot at by an… Continue Reading »

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CCTV to be compulsory in all abattoirs in England to protect animals

web-post August 18, 2017

CCTV is to become mandatory in all slaughterhouses in England under plans to safeguard animal welfare and reassure consumers. Environment Secretary Michael Gove said the proposals would “cement the UK’s position as a global leader on animal welfare” by giving the Food Standards Agency’s official veterinarians – those who monitor and enforce standards – unrestricted… Continue Reading »

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Panasonic warns on online CCTV vulnerabilities

web-post July 27, 2017

A new industry white paper from Panasonic Business looks at the current attitudes to CCTV network security, and what needs to change as sensitive camera feeds increasingly move online. Titled ‘Just how secure is your video surveillance?’, the whitepaper argues that cameras indirectly provide a lot of vital information about a location or organisation that… Continue Reading »

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Security audit finds CCTVs at tourist spots defunct

web-post July 27, 2017

A recent security audit of key installations has left the rural police stunned as a large number of CCTV cameras installed at tourist spots were found defunct. Key installations are places of national as well as international importance. Police have also found that a number of other pilgrimage sites, where the police strongly recommended CCTV… Continue Reading »

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CCTVs mandatory for commercial establishments and religious places in Karnataka

web-post June 29, 2017

Installation of closed circuit television cameras will soon be made mandatory in all commercial establishments and religious places that have a footfall of 500 persons per day. This rule will be applicable in Bengaluru and other municipal corporations across the state. A bill to this effect, titled “The Karnataka Public Safety (Measures) Enforcement Bill-2017”, was… Continue Reading »

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Hong Kong keeps open mind on CCTV surveillance in public places to deter crime

web-post June 22, 2017

Authorities in Hong kong will keep an open mind about permanently installing closed-circuit TV in public places to help maintain law and order, while being mindful of privacy concerns, the Secretary for Security Lai Tung-kwok said. He told lawmakers, the Government will “maintain an open mind” towards opinions in the community on following other cities… Continue Reading »

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Cops to tap into Rly CCTVs for Mumbai’s security

web-post June 21, 2017

Mumbai’s lifeline may become more secure with the Mumbai Police tapping into the video feeds of CCTV cameras installed across the suburban Railway network. This will ensure a coordinated response by security agencies during emergencies and enable better monitoring in times like festivals when the system sees huge footfalls. This framework is part of the… Continue Reading »

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GST Council accepts industry demands; revises GST slab on CCTV & Recorders from 28% to 18%

web-post June 16, 2017

Thanks to the predominant and untiring efforts of Rajya Sabha MP and SIS India founder, Mr RK Sinha and some major stalwarts of the security industry, in a significant move, the GST Council in its Sunday’s meeting has lowered the GST rate on CCTV and Recorders to 18% bringing partial relief for the security and… Continue Reading »

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Day-care centres to be under CCTV surveillance in Kerala

web-post June 8, 2017

Seeking to ensure safety of children in daycare centres, Kerala police has made CCTV cameras mandatory in such institutions in three districts. Thiruvananthapuram Range IG, Manoj Abraham has directed all police stations under his range to ensure that CCTV cameras are installed in all day-care centres. With this order, the cameras would be installed in… Continue Reading »



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