Date: October 25, 2018

Do’s and Don’ts of Video Surveillance


If you are a municipal or provincial institution looking for clarity on how to use video surveillance in a way that respects and protects individual privacy, then this free webinar is for you.

Institutions increasingly use video surveillance as a tool to ensure the safety of individuals and the security of their property. By its very nature, video surveillance poses risks to the privacy of individuals whose personal information may be collected, used and disclosed.

A video surveillance program that protects individual privacy will help to mitigate these risks and help your institution meet its obligations under Ontario’s public sector access and privacy laws.

Register here!

On October 25 at 10 a.m. Eastern, the IPC will host a free webinar for institutions and their staff on the do’s and don’ts of video surveillance and the various issues, requirements and best practices they should consider before and after implementing a video surveillance program.

You will also have an opportunity to get answers to your video surveillance questions from Commissioner Brian Beamish and a panel of IPC experts.

We hope you will be a part of this important discussion!