One Nation Under CCTV
One Nation Under CCTV est une œuvre de street art de Banksy, peinte Londres en 2008 et effacée au bout d’un an, de façon controversée. L’œuvre est une peinture murale de 7 m, peinte au pochoir sur le mur aveugle d’un immeuble du Royal Mail du centre de Londres. Elle comporte la phrase One Nation Under CCTV peinte en blanc en lettres capitales, raison d’un mot par ligne. En bas, sur la droite, un enfant, portant un haut rouge capuche et monté sur une échelle, semble peindre le T de CCTV l’aide d’un rouleau peinture. La phrase one nation under CCTV signifie littéralement une nation sous vidéosurveillance ; il s’agit probablement d’un jeu de mot avec l’expression one nation under God.
La peinture est par ailleurs située gauche d’une caméra de vidéosurveillance. Un groupe contacte un jour le Royal Mail au sujet de travaux nécessitant d’être effectués sur l’un des murs et obtient finalement l’autorisation de monter un échafaudage afin de les réaliser. Six jours plus tard, l’échafaudage est démonté et l’œuvre est ainsi révélée. Elle est peinte dans le style de pochoir de l’artiste urbain Banksy. En octobre 2008, le conseil municipal de la Cité de Westminster déclare que l’œuvre est un graffiti et qu’en conséquence, le mur sur laquelle elle s’appuie doit être repeint ,,.
Le conseil spécifie explicitement que Banksy, malgré sa réputation, n’a pas plus le droit de peindre des graffiti qu’un enfant ; selon Robert Davis, membre du conseil, accepter revient autoriser les graffiti dans tout Londres . L’œuvre est finalement recouverte en mars 2009.
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Jayalalithaa death: Apollo says CM security controlled CCTV cameras, public information
In a 5-page affidavit, the hospital claims that the late CM’s security detail had full discretion over information shared publicly. Four police officers, including intel chief KN Sathyamurthy, have been named in a new statement issued by Apollo Hospital in Chennai, with regards to the death of the late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. A five-page affidavit was submitted by Apollo Hospital to the inquiry commission conducting the probe into the former chief minister’s hospitalisation. The hospital claims that the four officers at the time controlled both surveillance around Jayalalithaa’s treatment at Apollo as well as the release of information to the public. Since the late chief minister’s passing on December 5, 2016, many have raised questions over the events surrounding her hospitalisation and death.
Following this, a one-man commission, led by retired Justice Arumugam, was established by the state government to conduct a probe into her death. It further goes on to claim that the hospital’s CCTV cameras in its corridors were shut off when she was being moved to different parts of the hospital, at the request of Sathyamoorthy, Sudhaker, Veeraperumal, and Perumalsamy. The statement further alleges that the press releases which the government had released during the stay of the former chief minister were incomplete. The government strictly controlled all information which was being given to the public, though hospital authorities had briefed the government daily on the exact status of Jayalalithaa, the affidavit reads.
Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy
Welsh and Farrington note that the exact ways to maximize the effectiveness of CCTV are unknown, but they point to the importance of a high degree of camera coverage. The successful interventions in parking lots combined CCTV with other interventions such as better lighting and increased security personnel. They also note that the crime control benefits in city centers, where CCTV is frequently used in the U.S., have not been as great. They also recommend that departments think about the use of mobile CCTV units that could be redeployed to high crime areas identified by crime analysts. La Vigne and colleagues provide 10 lessons for creating a public surveillance system.
Plan camera locations to maximize the view-shed.4. Weigh the costs and benefits to using active monitoring. Integrate camera systems with existing practices and procedures. Use surveillance systems to complement, not replace, routine policing, investigations, and legal proceedings. Incorporate video evidence with witness testimony in court.
A recent randomized controlled trial in Newark offers promising evidence for efforts to combine monitoring of CCTV cameras with directed patrols in an effort to ensure cameras are a proactive policing tool. Examined the impact of a program where 19 treatment cameras were monitored by a special operator who could directly communicate with two patrol cars dedicated to responding to incidents observed by the operator.