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Using CCTV cameras in school

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Last updated on 20 June 2018
School types: All · School phases: All
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You can still have CCTV cameras in your school under the GDPR, provided you have a lawful basis for doing so. Read on to learn about how your school's CCTV processes may be impacted by the GDPR, and find out what you should think about if you're considering installing CCTV.

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Contents

  1. 1 Schools can use CCTV
  2. 2 Changes to individuals' rights under the GDPR
  3. 3 Install signage
  4. 4 CCTV in classrooms
  5. 5 CCTV in residential schools

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