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Why CCTV?<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />                    BY: Sridhar Ponugupati<br />
Why CCTV?<br />I am a psychologist who has worked with enforcement officers inside occupational health and safety<br />I h...
Why CCTV?<br />Goals: <br />To reduce offending<br />To reduce the number of victims of crime (personal and community)<br ...
Why CCTV?<br />Measures?<br />Aiding those who observe CCTV screens<br />Perhaps training and developing skills<br />Proce...
Why CCTV?<br />Understanding identifiers such as gait<br />(other than faces).<br />Seeing and understanding movement an i...
Why CCTV?<br />To develop ways in which CCTV can be deployed inside legal and human rights’ constraints<br />To understand...
Why CCTV?<br />Not  to look at Undergrads ability to recognise faces from CCTV, neither live, nor via video nor stills<br ...
Why CCTV?<br />I have carried both quantitative and qualitative research for a variety of customer groups, and funding bod...
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  1. 1. Why CCTV?<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br /> BY: Sridhar Ponugupati<br />
  2. 2. Why CCTV?<br />I am a psychologist who has worked with enforcement officers inside occupational health and safety<br />I have also worked in HCI as a Human Factors specialist<br />And have an MSc in Forensic and Legal Psychology<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />
  3. 3. Why CCTV?<br />Goals: <br />To reduce offending<br />To reduce the number of victims of crime (personal and community)<br />To understand how offenders/potential offenders view cctv<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />
  4. 4. Why CCTV?<br />Measures?<br />Aiding those who observe CCTV screens<br />Perhaps training and developing skills<br />Processing (by whatever means) the precursors to offending behaviours allowing people to intervene.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />
  5. 5. Why CCTV?<br />Understanding identifiers such as gait<br />(other than faces).<br />Seeing and understanding movement an intention more generally - perhaps using ideas from Direct Perception of <br /> JJ Gibson<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />
  6. 6. Why CCTV?<br />To develop ways in which CCTV can be deployed inside legal and human rights’ constraints<br />To understand acceptable CCTV and unacceptable recording such as speed cameras <br />(I do what’s acceptable - you offend!)<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />
  7. 7. Why CCTV?<br />Not to look at Undergrads ability to recognise faces from CCTV, neither live, nor via video nor stills<br />Not to assess non-professionals’ ability to use CCTV for identification, nor understanding of what is seen on the screens.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />
  8. 8. Why CCTV?<br />I have carried both quantitative and qualitative research for a variety of customer groups, and funding bodies.<br />Interested most in the European Model of problem centred research, and multi-disciplinary groups seeking solutions together.<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION CCTV<br />
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