Case Study Report Belgrade Security Measures for Video Surveillance in Primary and Secondary Schools


[2017] The subject of this case study is the presentation of a network of primary and secondary schools in Belgrade which are installing video surveillance as a security measure in order to ensure security of students and other actors in a school environment. All this is happening with the support of the police, competent ministry, local self-government and other interested actors from the local community in 17 municipalities of the City of Belgrade. Without prior research or risk and threat assessment, at first almost haphazardly but then in a more organized fashion, the activity of installing video surveillance into Belgrade schools has gone on since 2000 in several waves. An analysis of the situation in terms of the application of video surveillance could be based on a number of aspects such as legal, technical, personnel, financial, organizational and social, some of which are addressed in this case study.

Stanarević, Svetlana, Aleksandra Djukić, Aleksandra Ilić, Tamara Radić. Case Study Report Belgrade Security Measures for Video Surveillance in Primary and Secondary Schools. A Case Study on Crime Prevention by Urban Planning and Design. COST-Action TU1203, 2017

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