In recent years, video surveillance systems and CCTV have been widely used for various administrative and commercial purposes. Modern technology and reasonable prices make video monitoring and video surveillance more affordable for many organizations. The article is aimed at studying the international experience in using video surveillance systems in the context of forming a system of legal principles for the implementation of video surveillance in the detection of offenses. The article substantiates the relevance of using video surveillance and CCTV in the detection of offenses, and considers the conceptual characteristics of video surveillance systems. Based on the analysis of the literature sources, the evolution of video surveillance systems is presented, and special attention is paid to the modern face identification technologies in surveillance systems. Based on the expert survey with the participation of the authors of the articles, the basic legal provisions for using video surveillance systems have been determined, and a system of legal principles for using video surveillance for offense detection has been developed.
Volume 11 | 11-Special Issue