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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.

E-mail:- nciw[at]trustedcctv.org

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Sponsors and Official Supporters of the UK's first National CCTV Improvement Week

Over a period of time, this page will detail both organisations and individuals that wish to support the objectives of this inaugural event. For anyone interested in becoming a NCIW 2012 "Supporter", further details are available at the bottom of this page.

 

"Official Sponsors" of NCIW 2012

TRUSTED CCTV - An independent CCTV Improvement Project

Doktor Jon - An Independent CCTV Advisor

 

 

"Official Supporters" of NCIW 2012

Counter Terror Expo Event - Olympia, London - 25th & 26th April 2012

IFSEC International - NEC Birmingham - 14th > 17th May 2012

CheckMySystems

 

NCIW 2012 Supporters by Category

UK CCTV Industry Supporters

UK CCTV Advisor and Consultant Supporters

UK CCTV Technology Manufacturers

UK CCTV and Security Industry Trade Bodies

UK CCTV Installation and Maintenance Businesses

UK Media Supporters

 

<< return to main "National CCTV Improvement Week 2012" page

 

 

If you'd like to be kept informed of progress both with the NCIW 2012 event itself, and also the various CCTV evaluation documents as they become available, please send an email request for "News Updates" to the following address .... nciw[at]trustedcctv.org


Latest Information:-

The TRUSTED CCTV Improvement Project announced the launch of the world's first Operational Standards for CCTV, on 5th April 2015

Contact TRUSTED:-
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

DoktorJon 2007 - 2015 - PLEASE NOTE: No material may be reproduced, copied or redistributed from this site without express written consent - E-mail: 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.

E-mail:- info[at]trustedcctv.org

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Interested in becoming a Supporter or Sponsor for NCIW 2012?

There's an open invitation for any individual, organisation or media title interested in becoming a "Supporter" of NCIW 2012, to forward their details for consideration. If approved, they will be listed above free of charge.

"Sponsors" who would like to assist the work in progress by making a donation towards the costs, may also have their logo displayed on site, and be permitted to use NCIW 2012 banners on their own website.

If you'd like to become involved, please drop a line to:- nciw[at]trustedcctv.org


 

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