PROTOCOL CAMERA SURVEILLANCE
This protocol applies to Vacation Park De Lindenberg (hereafter also De Lindenberg). Bungalowpark De Lindenberg b.v. and MLG beheer B.V., both located in Holten, are responsible for processing of the data.
Purpose of this protocol
The purpose of this protocol is recording of the way in which De Lindenberg registers, collects, uses, and stores camera images made by cameras at De Lindenberg in and around the terrain and/or buildings of which De Lindenberg is the owner
Purpose of the camera surveillance
De Lindenberg has camera surveillance for the:
- Access control of buildings and terrain of De Lindenberg;
- Security of property of De Lindenberg, its guests, its employees and other visitors against theft;
- Security of the terrain and buildings of De Lindenberg, its guests and its employees against undesired activities at both manned and unmanned places;
- Registration and identification of unauthorized persons and persons displaying unwanted behavior.
- And everything that directly relates to this.
The use of camera images does not take place in a way incompatible with the purpose detailed above, unless it is required in the interest of preventing, tracing and prosecution of criminal offenses. Camera images cannot be used to assess the functioning of employees.
The management of De Lindenberg is responsible. The responsible party monitors the correct use of the camera images.
Location of the cameras
When placing the cameras, De Lindenberg takes the following into account:
- The cameras are only placed on places where they are visible and only on places where camera surveillance is demonstrably needed.
- De Lindenberg does not use hidden cameras.
- The cameras are not directed to public places, unless this cannot be avoided for the security of goods and persons De Lindenberg monitors.
- Cameras are not places in private places, such as toilets, dressing rooms and houses, or on places mostly Roompot employees will be present, such as offices and canteens.
- Only fixed cameras are used. No cameras on drones are used, for example.
it is the policy of De Lindenberg to inform those involved beforehand of the processing of personal details. The camera surveillance will be announced by signs at the entry of the terrain or building where the cameras are installed, by means of the protocol camera surveillance and by means of the privacy statement. Moreover, the protocol will be published on the website of De Lindenberg
Legal grounds for camera surveillance
The legal grounds for the camera surveillance is the necessity of protecting the justified interest of De Lindenberg, namely the security of visitors, employees and properties. It has been determined that De Lindenberg does not have any other less invasive options besides camera surveillance to adequately secure the terrain and/or buildings and that the camera surveillance is part of a total package of measures.
Access and security of the images
De Lindenberg has taken adequate measures for the security of the camera images. De Lindenberg will provide adequate security of the camera images against loss or any form of unauthorized use. The camera images are protected with log in codes so only authorized persons will have access to the system to prevent abuse or unauthorized viewing of the images. The camera images will be displayed live continuously on various monitors and mobile devices, and can only be accessed at a later point if there has been an incident or an incident is suspected. Incidents are understood to mean: theft, burglary, vandalism, fraud, damage of property, sabotage, (other) crimes, serious violation (of the house rules) and events which have jeopardized persons or have caused damage in any other way.
The access to camera images in case of an (suspected) incident is limited to the following person:
- The Mangement of De Lindenberg
- Employees of the security company and/or IT company charged with guaranteeing the security and/or IT in the park - this company and its employees are held to keeping the camera images secret. In principle, no copies of camera images can be made. If the images must be made available to third persons based on a legal obligation, or if a disruption or maintenance of the camera registration equipment requires this, it is possible to deviate from this. After the use by the third party, the Responsible Person must make sure the copy made is immediately destroyed.
Provision to police and justice
If there is a (suspected) crime, de Lindenberg is entitled to provide the camera images to the police and/or justice department. Whether supplying the camera images is really necessary, the responsible person and management will decide in mutual consultation.
Retention term of the images
After recording, the images will kept for maximally 28 days, unless there has been an incident and the camera images serve as evidence. A longer term may also be required if additional investigation is required. The camera images will be kept for as long as necessary as part of the incidents which have occurred or as long this is necessary for the additional investigation.
Rights involved persons
Involved persons have a right to access the images on which they are recognizable and to request removal of the data, if htis does not violate the rights and freedoms of others. Such a request can be directed to De Lindenberg, Borkeldsweg 57, Holten (or digitally to firstname.lastname@example.org). A request to access or for a copy requires a clear indication of the time frame in which the involved persons suspects to be filmed. De Lindenberg will react to the request within four weeks.
Any complaints about the way De Lindenberg processes personal data, can be reported to De Lindenberg, Borkeldsweg 57, Holten. Complaints can also be filed with the arbitration committee Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens.
Changes in this protocol will only be implemented by the mangement of De Lindenberg.