Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Jim Hoerricks to speak about the effective use of CCTV at ASIS

I just wanted to get the word out that I'll be speaking at the ASIS Security Trends and Solutions Conference in Las Vegas this May.

My session, entitled General Requirements for Digital CCTV Systems From a Crime Solving Perspective, is scheduled for May 20th, 2008 at 3pm at the Westin Casurina Las Vegas Hotel.

Frequent readers of this blog will see right away that the what/how/why model carries through into my presentation. From the abstract: by ensuring that your DCCTV system meets a few simple requirements (what and how), the evidentiary value of the pictures can be increased and the time taken by the police to process the images can be reduced (why).

Before installing a CCTV system you should have a clear idea of what you want the system to do and how it should perform. The presentation offers guidance to potential end-users and installers of digital CCTV systems where the pictures are intended to be used by the police or are likely to be used in an internal investigation (why).


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