Information Notices Provided by Private Entities That Are Connected to the Police4.1. protection and integrity of individuals – including urban security; ordre public; public bodies' prevention, detection and/or suppression of offences; streamlining and improving publicly available services also in order to enhance user safety pursuant to the competences vested in the said bodies under the law; The need to ensure, in particular, a high level of protection of fundamental rights and freedoms when processing personal data allows resorting to video surveillance on condition this does not interfere to an unjustified extent with data subjects' rights and fundamental freedoms. Additional Specifications: Non-Mandatory Information Notices When Video Surveillance Is Aimed at Protecting Ordre Public or Preventing, Detecting or Suppressing Criminal Offences 3.1.3. Processing of Personal Data and Video Surveillance: General Principles Collecting, recording, storing and – generally speaking – using images entail the processing of personal data (see section 4(1)b. Personal data means any information related to a natural person that is or can be identified, whether directly or not, by reference to any other type of information.1.Obviously, this will only be possible following careful assessment to establish that the provision of an information notice would not hamper, indeed would enhance, the discharge of the specific tasks; account should also be taken that disclosing the presence and use of video surveillance systems often works as an effective deterrent. Those data controllers that decide to provide information notices are obviously empowered further to not apply the provisions of the DP Code referred to exhaustively in section 53(1), letters a. Finally, it should be pointed out that a suitable information notice must be provided whenever the processing of personal data by means of video surveillance as performed by law enforcement bodies and/or other public bodies does not fall within the scope of section 53 of the DP Code – e.g.To that end, data controllers may inform on the collection of images by means of video surveillance also through simplified notices, which should highlight that video surveillance systems are deployed for protecting ordre public and security and/or preventing, detecting and suppressing criminal offences – e.g. if video surveillance is used to detect and fine road traffic violations.3.1.3.
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If several cameras are deployed and/or the area under surveillance is especially large, and by having regard to the filming arrangements, several notices may have to be posted.
In this DPA's view, it is desirable for the simplified information notice mentioned above to refer to the availability of a detailed notice that should contain all the items referred to in section 13(1) of the DP Code.