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The University uses non-audio closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras on campus, in and around Unipol, and in residential colleges to take care of both property and people.

CCTV footage is kept for 30 days then overwritten. CCTV footage can be used to help track down lost and stolen property, and help catch offenders. CCTV cameras are overseen by the Proctor’s Office. The University’s Privacy Officer ensures individuals’ privacy is protected and investigates complaints if breaches of the Privacy Act 1993 occur.

CCTV on public streets proposal

In October 2017 the University announced that it would go ahead with installing a number of CCTV cameras in public streets around campus. This is in response to upward trends in crime reported to the Proctor’s Office over the past few years and increases in non-student offenders targeting students. Cameras do not record sound and software has functionality built into it to black out private property.

Read the University's CCTV media release dated 12 October 2017

The proposal to install cameras in 60 locations on public streets in 2 stages was initially considered by Council in April 2017. Council agreed to the proposal starting with consulting with students to get their feedback to it. In mid-2017 a formal consultation process was undertaken, and based on student feedback the number of locations and number of cameras were reduced, the CCTV policy and rules were tightened, and it was decided that the evaluation of the cameras’ effectiveness would be undertaken by an independent party.

CCTV on public streets timeline

Student feedback on CCTV in public streets

98 students or groups of students provided feedback, 57 supporting, 34 opposing, and 7 neutral or with no position stated. The main themes of students’ feedback were:

Changes to CCTV as a result of student feedback

CCTV policy

A University policy explains how CCTV cameras can be used and protects the legal privacy rights of individuals. Other University policies like the Ethical Behaviour Policy also apply. Students were asked for feedback on a draft of the policy as part of the CCTV student consultation.

ReadtheClosed Circuit Television (CCTV) Security Systems Policy

The policy states that CCTV cameras are only to be used for safety and crime prevention. Full records, staff logs, and records of footage requests and actions will be kept securely with the Proctor. Only approved staff will have permission to monitor live and/or recorded footage, and will receive technical, legal and ethics training first.

Police can request recorded footage in connection with criminal investigations using a Production Order or Search Warrant. Individuals can also request that the Proctor’s Office review footage if they’ve been the victim of a crime by contacting the Proctor’s Office direct.

Changes to CCTV policy as a result of student feedback

Help

If you have been the victim of a crime and need help, contact:

Contact us

You can contact us with any questions you have about the CCTV project by emailing Rachel Currie at cctv.project@otago.govt.nz

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