Security and CCTV installations comply with relevant British standards
Considering whether further guidance is needed on how long data collected by CCTV should be retained is one of the issues being tackled by proposals announced by crime prevention minister James Brokenshire. He commented that these systems play a vital role in the prevention and detection of crime. He added that it is “important they’re used in a way that does not invade law-abiding people’s privacy or undermine the public’s confidence in them.
Your company can have confidence in Tensor’s ability to provide CCTV and other access control solutions as we have a number of certifications and accreditations. For instance, Tensor was welcomed as new members to the BSIA (British Security Industry Association) in November 2003. The British Security Industry Association is the trade association for the British security industry. More than 500 members are responsible for more than 70% of UK security business. All members must be registered to ISO 9000 with a UKAS accredited inspectorate and must comply with relevant British Standards and Codes of Practice.