- 1 Can I request to see CCTV footage?
- 2 Can a member of the public ask to see CCTV?
- 3 Who can legally view CCTV footage?
- 4 How do I get road CCTV footage?
- 5 Can you ask to see surveillance?
- 6 Do police need permission to view CCTV?
- 7 Do I need permission to install CCTV?
- 8 Can I request CCTV footage from a car park?
- 9 Can I give CCTV footage to someone?
- 10 How many days CCTV footage is kept?
- 11 What are the rules on home CCTV?
- 12 Can my boss watch me on CCTV from home?
- 13 Does CCTV footage get deleted automatically?
- 14 Is CCTV covered under the Data Protection Act?
- 15 Can I get CCTV footage from a bus?
Can I request to see CCTV footage?
You can ask to view any CCTV or body worn video camera footage that you appear in. Under data protection law, you have a right to see any pictures if you are the subject. Please note that the Royal Borough of Greenwich only holds CCTV or body worn video footage recorded by the Council’s cameras and staff.
Can a member of the public ask to see CCTV?
Letting people see CCTV recordings Anyone can ask to see images that you’ve recorded of them. Usually, you must usually provide the footage free of charge within 1 calendar month. Find out more about CCTV and data protection rules.
Who can legally view CCTV footage?
By law, anyone can be offered access to CCTV footage in which they appear, upon request. Any employee can ask to see footage of themselves, but cannot be granted access to CCTV footage of someone else. The officially-recognized way to request access is through a SAR, which an employer has to respond to within 40 days.
How do I get road CCTV footage?
How to get access to CCTV footage following an accident. You are legally allowed to access CCTV footage you appear on. There is a 30 day cut-off and a nominal charge of £10 for every request. These requests need to be submitted to the owners of the camera – so petrol stations, shops as well as Tfl, highways agency etc.
Can you ask to see surveillance?
Private surveillance videos shot by stores and other commercial businesses are the property of the businesses themselves, and accident victims have no legal right to obtain them. Having said that, you can request copies of these videos, and some businesses may grant your request.
Do police need permission to view CCTV?
If the CCTV is capturing footage of members of the public in public areas, the police are able to get access to this and don’t need permission in the same way as they do with private footage.
Do I need permission to install CCTV?
You do not usually require permission to install CCTV, unless your property is listed (when you will require listed building consent) or if you rent it (when you should gain permission from the building owner).
Can I request CCTV footage from a car park?
We installed CCTV in our car park following a review of security arrangements. Therefore, any person whose image is recorded on a CCTV system has a right to request a copy of their own personal data from the footage.
Can I give CCTV footage to someone?
You are unable to request footage of somebody else. If we were to give you images of someone else without their consent, this would breach the privacy rights of those individuals. Only the police or relevant statutory authorities can request such footage.
How many days CCTV footage is kept?
Generally, 31 days is the time that most CCTV users keep their recorded footage and it is also recommended by the police. However, this duration may be adjusted according to the severity of the incident.
What are the rules on home CCTV?
If your CCTV captures images beyond your property boundary, such as your neighbours’ property or public streets and footpaths, then your use of the system is subject to the data protection laws. This does not mean you are breaking the law. But it does mean that, as the CCTV user, you are a data controller.
Can my boss watch me on CCTV from home?
An employer can monitor their CCTV cameras from anywhere, but they must adhere to data protection law in doing so. If they installed cameras and started monitoring them from anywhere without letting employees know, they would almost certainly be breaking the law.
Does CCTV footage get deleted automatically?
Does CCTV footage get deleted automatically? Data might be saved on a rolling 30-day, 60-day, or 90-day schedule; consequently, the video footage is overwritten automatically after the security camera system rolls over its video storage.
Is CCTV covered under the Data Protection Act?
The Data Protection Act requires organisations to protect any “personal data ” that they hold relating to individuals. Personal data is not just restricted to written text; CCTV recordings also fall within the scope if individuals can be identified from them.
Can I get CCTV footage from a bus?
CCTV on London’s buses If you require access to images of yourself recorded by a CCTV camera inside a bus you should contact the company which operates that particular bus route. As images are retained for only a limited time, wherever possible make a request within a week of the images being recorded.