UCLA Policy 133 does not apply to cameras used for the following purposes:
- delivery of education/training
- research activities, such as the monitoring of experiments or animal behavior
- medical procedures
- artistic or creative performances
- athletic events
- business/promotional production
- commercial television or movie production (see UCLA Policy 863)
- personal mobile recording devices
- video conferencing
- automated license plate readers (see UCLA Policy 134)
- drone or other aircraft cameras (see UC Drone Policy)
- mobile recording device used during the course of law enforcement, parking enforcement, or transportation operations
- law enforcement activity covered by other applicable federal or State laws, or University policies
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According to UCLA Policy 133:
Existing security camera systems (SCS) must comply with UCLA Policy 133 no later than December 31, 2020, unless a written waiver has been issued by the DCA. In January 2021, unapproved or nonconforming SCS must be removed unless a written waiver has been issued by the DCA, permitting the continued use of the noncompliant SCS until a specific date at which time the SCS will become compliant or be removed.
To request to add a new security camera system, please complete the Request to Add or Update Security Camera System Form.
To request new security camera system operators, please complete the Request a New Security Camera System Operator Form.
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If you were a victim of a crime, please contact the UCLA Police Department at 310-825-1491 to file a police report. Any request for security camera video under the Public Records Act may be submitted to the UCLA Information Practices Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any request for security camera video via legal process can be sent to the UCLA Police Department Administrative Lieutenant.