Why have a CCTV Improvement Week?
Whilst the 'TRUSTED' Project is about taking practical steps to improve the operational effectiveness of CCTV systems used for safety and security purposes, there is currently no established mechanism to help encourage operators to evaluate and where necessary improve, their existing use of video surveillance.
National CCTV Improvement Week will hopefully focus attention on the vital need to continually assess and improve the effectiveness of existing security camera systems, and provide users with a range of information necessary to help identify key operational issues that can be readily improved.
NCIW 2012 "Official Sponsor" - CCTV Advisor
Doktor Jon - Independent CCTV Advisor and principal behind NCIW 2012 - info[at]doktorjon.co.uk
Industry Supporters - CCTV Advisors and Consultants
Evaluating any type of video surveillance system can prove to be somewhat daunting, particularly for non technical users. Whilst the 'health check' documents being made available on this site will undoubtedly assist any user to test their current CCTV set up, there may be occasions where additional advice or guidance would be needed from an independent expert advisor.
The following advisors, consultants and practices have all indicated that they are willing to provide guidance and assistance, to help support the objectives of NCIW 2012. If you wish to get in touch with any of the following, they would be more than happy to discuss any particular issues and concerns, regarding both your current and future CCTV operations.
North West England
JB CCTV - specialist in CCTV & IP Video Systems - contact Mr. Jeff Berg - email:- jeff[at]jbcctv.com
Awaiting further updates
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The TRUSTED© CCTV Improvement Project announced the launch of the world's first Operational Standards for CCTV, on 5th April 2015
If you have any comments or suggestions about this important event, or would like to become a Supporter or Sponsor,
please send an e-mail to:- info[at]trustedcctv.org
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What is the TRUSTED Project?
Originally launched back in 2007, the concept of significantly improving the performance and usefullness of video surveillance systems, is based squarely on the idea of achieving "Target Recognition Using Surveillance Technology for Evidence and Detection", or "TRUSTED" for short.
The latest stages of the project are intended to address a number of everyday operational issues, which are considered to be in urgent need of redress.
PLEASE NOTE:- Those "Supporters" listed above have indicated that they wish to be associated with and support the objectives of the National CCTV Improvement Week 2012 (NCIW 2012). Their approval for the project should not be taken as an implied assurance of their expertise or abilities in relation to providing specific CCTV services. Whilst NCIW 2012 and it's sponsors are satisfied that the businesses or individuals listed above appear both professional and committed to their work within the CCTV Industry, NCIW 2012 as an independent project is not in any position to specifically recommend or endorse any individual business, product or service.