Exciting additions to speaker line-up for ‘Making the Most of CCTV’

Global MSC flyerThe ‘Making the Most of CCTV’ seminar and exhibition from Global MSC takes place at Bristol’s Marriott Royal Hotel on Tuesday 12th of November 2013. Renowned experts will discuss cutting edge topics in global video surveillance, counter terrorism and public safety.

An exciting Program of Speakers has been assembled, with Detective Chief Inspector Mick Neville from the Metropolitan Police, Jim Guiton, CCTV manager at Dacorum Borough Council, and Chris Ware, head of security at Bristol airport, all previously confirmed.

The latest additions to the line-up of speakers include Chief Constable Nick Gargan QPM from Avon and Somerset Constabulary. The expert will take to the stage to talk on the controversial subject of ‘Who should foot the bill for public space CCTV?’

Also added to the Program is Paul Crowther, Deputy Chief Constable at the British Transport Police and the ACPO lead on CCTV. Crowther’s talk provides an exciting opportunity for delegates to hear first-hand what the latest ACPO thinking on CCTV is.

Included during the day, there will also be presentations from BT Redcare and Thinking Space.

For more information on the ‘Making the Most of CCTV’ seminar and exhibition visit www.globalmsc.net/seminars or email events@globalmsc.net

 

The series of educational talks from the industry’s leading experts will include:

Deputy Chief Constable Paul Crowther – British Transport Police“The National CCTV Strategy; where are we 6 years on?”
Chief Constable Nick Gargan QPM – Avon and Somerset Constabulary
“Who should foot the bill for public space CCTV?”
Chris Ware QPM, Head of Security – Bristol International Airport
“The challenges of securing a busy international airport”
“Law enforcement helicopter surveillance. The latest technology
in the skies helping to fight crime on the ground.”
Jim Guiton, CCTV Manager – Dacorum Borough Council
“Lessons learnt from migrating over 100 town centre CCTV
cameras in Hemel Hempstead, Tring and Berkhampsted from
fibre optic to  wireless transmission.”
Detective Chief Inspector Mick Neville – Metropolitan Police VIIDO Unit
“Catching more criminals caught on camera using enhanced CCTV
techniques.”
Steve Shearn, Professional Film / TV aerial cameraman
“How Unmanned Aerial Systems used by CAA licensed pilots could
be used for surveillance and crime fighting in the emergency services.”
“Security industry implications if the CAA relax rules on UAV use.”

 

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