The Future of Surveillance Cameras in the UK

This event has finished Took place on: Wednesday, 21st Feb 2018

This event will follow the format of the BBC’s long running Question Time programme, it will be chaired by the BBC’s James Naughtie, and will give members of the public an opportunity to ask questions and debate issues associated with surveillance cameras.

Issues that are likely to be covered during the debate include the proliferation of surveillance cameras in the UK, their purpose and function, their effectiveness and consequences, and contemporary developments in technology, such as facial recognition technology, drones and body-worn cameras.

Chair: James Naughtie, BBC broadcaster and journalist


Tony Porter, Surveillance Camera Commissioner
Lord Brian Paddick, Lords Spokesperson for Home Affairs
Silkie Carlo, Director of Big Brother Watch
Simon Israel, Senior Home Affairs Correspondent, Chanel 4 News
Mike Barton, Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary and national police lead on CCTV
Host: Professor William Webster, CRISP, University of Stirling

Cost: Free of Charge

Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

Reserve tickets at this website or send an email to or telephone 01786467359.

2018-02-21 2018-02-21 Europe/London The Future of Surveillance Cameras in the UK A public question and answer session on the future of surveillance cameras in the UK Clement House,London School of Economics,99 Aldwych,London

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