Bookings are now open for the next Global MSC Security Seminar, on November 13. This autumn’s subject will be “The CCTV National Standards Forum – An Overview”. The organisers have moved from Newcastle to Leeds, at the Queens Hotel.
The CCTV National Standards Forum (CNSF) is a newly formed organisation, its first meeting being featured in the March issue of Professional Security magazine. The aim, to be a source of independent advice to the Government, regulators and a variety of stakeholders on issues that relate to the deployment of CCTV, in public space and privately held in the UK. The Protection of Freedom Bill recently passed by parliament raises the prospect of regulation of CCTV, in the first instance for public space cameras.
Forum membership comprises of representatives from the Security Institute, The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC), Public CCTV Managers Association (PCMA), Association of Security Consultants (ASC), Association of University Chief Security Officers (AUCSO), Retail and Health establishments and many others who have first-hand knowledge of CCTV operation and management.
The free seminar seeks to bring together industry people to discuss the formation of CNSF and how its formation will affect CCTV and in the security industry and its regulation. As in previous events, this seminar is complemented by an exhibition. Full details of the event are available in the seminar section of www.globalmsc.net.
As at previous events, the organisers are staging a private dinner on the evening before, November 12, to allow delegates to meet with exhibitors in a relaxed atmosphere before the more formal event the following day. To register for the event, download the registration form in the brochure on the website or by email to email@example.com.