To establish criteria against which to measure the economic and social impact of the surveillance systems for the prevention, detection, reduction and prosecution of crimes identified in WP2 and studied in WP4-8
P1RuG, P2UCLAN, P3UL, P4LSC, P5BBU, P6UiO, P7ULE, P8LIF, P9UU, P10UGOE, P11USFD, P12LUH, P14FMUNIBA, P15UoM, P16UNIVIE, P17MU, P18ECU, P19INTERPOL
Description of work
WP3 will involve a literature review establishing different impact assessment models used in assessing surveillance systems (e.g. in the United States) and establish criteria against which to measure the economic and social impact of the surveillance systems for the prevention, detection, reduction and prosecution of crimes identified in WP2 and studied in WP4-8.
Task 3.1 Review of impact assessment models of surveillance systems
In this first sub-task a desk-top review of impact assessment models of surveillance systems is carried out. It will review inter alia, current impact assessment models used to assess use of CCTV camera in public spaces and in schools in the UK, privacy impact assessment models developed for surveillance systems, US Home Security Impact Assessments models etc.
Task 3.2 Identifying criteria for measuring economic and social costs of surveillance systems
The results obtained in Task 3.1 should include a matrix of Privacy Impact Assessment models containing various sets of criteria. These will then be compared and contrasted with the results of Task 13.1 (the social costs of surveillance) and of Tasks 10.1 and 10.2 (the economic costs of surveillance) in order to identify a more comprehensive set of impact assessment criteria i.e. one which not only measures privacy impact assessment but also economic and social costs balanced with operational efficiency.
These criteria will then be used in WP4-8 to measure the economic and social costs of the particular surveillance systems under review in the each WP.