Wild Films Ltd operates a closed circuit television system (CCTV) for the purposes of crime prevention on its premises and upholding the security of its property. This entails monitoring the property grounds, boundaries and immediately surrounding pavements and/or roads. The cameras are not directed at any neighbouring premises and cannot see into other properties.
We are a registered surveillance operator with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and our use of CCTV complies with the Data Protection Act, The Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 and the Surveillance Camera Code of Practice 2013.
Audio recording is disabled. Furthermore, ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) and facial recognition technologies are not in use.
Recordings are securely stored on the company’s servers. Recordings are not available online and access is strictly limited to relevant staff only. Recordings are for internal use only and are not published online anywhere including social media. They may only be disclosed to relevant third parties when necessary – for instance, law enforcement or Subject Access Requests.
Recordings are only held for as long as necessary; cameras are recording 24 hours a day for a maximum of 30 days before being overwritten. Any recordings pertinent to relevant or ongoing law enforcement investigations may exceed this 30 day period and are stored for as long as may be required.
You have the right to see CCTV images of yourself and may request a copy of such recordings, called a Subject Access Request. You can request a copy of all information we may have of you by contacting us in writing via the contact below. Note that Subject Access Requests are subject to a £10 fee. Please include as much information as possible in order for us to locate the relevant recording(s), including but not limited to: date, time, attire and a recent photograph in order for us to identify you in the recordings along with any additional physical descriptions.