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Traffic company want to kameraövervaka without permission
"The traffic company to kameraövervaka without permission"

"the Fights in the stations and in wagons. Violence and threats against the driver and the travelers."

"There has been more violence and threats in public transport, according to the trade association the Swedish public transport association."

"Now the question is if it will be easier to get kameraövervaka buses, trains and stations."

"Ola Brunnström is the head safety representative for Seko on Pågatågen in Skåne and can testify to both threats and violence."

"– It's very common. We have more than one case on the day really. There is everything from threats and verbal abuse to spottloskor and assaults, " he says."

"Often occurs, the incidents in connection with that travel are asked to show the ticket, and the events can put deep tracks."

"– It may be that the person is in mental trouble, that they do not dare to work. When it comes to misshandelsärendena is no one that comes out of such a situation unscathed, " says Ola Brunnström."

"the Brawl and the scuffle on buses, trains and stations occur throughout the country."

"– There is a clear trend to increasing when it comes to crimes, threats, and abusive situations in public transport, " says Mattias Andersson, researcher at the Swedish federation of public transport."

"Storstockholms lokaltrafik (SL) has for the past two years has had over 550 incidents where travelers have been victims of violence, and 300 in which various types of personnel exposed to. Västtrafik, which is responsible for public transport in Västra Götaland, has since 2016 had 105 cases where drivers have been subjected to abuse, and Skånetrafiken has for the past two years, made 179 polisanmälningar, especially about threats and violence against staff."

"– be It punch or kick or that you become skallad. Often it is quite short events in which the person then running away, " says Ola Brunnström."

"This is where the surveillance cameras is an important function, believe the industry, through both prevention and help to clear up crimes. But to get permission to put up cameras has not always been easy."

"Similar cases have been treated unequally depending on where they are submitted – on a bus route that goes through the two counties may have had to the video surveillance in one and no in the other – and the processing times have been long."

"– It has affected the security of both travelers and on-board - and förarpersonal, " says Anders Larsson, safety and security manager at Västtrafik."

"today it is just the subway of not having to seek permission. But a government inquiry has examined the permit for public transport should be abolished. The conclusions should be presented in the near future."

"Then in the summer, avoid such as shops and car parks to seek permission – and the Swedish public transport association considers that it should also apply from transport companies."

" and today require our members to apply if they are just going to change a camera angle on an existing camera. We also have a need to act quickly, directly, when there arises a situation of violence and threats, for example, a certain bus route, the application process prevents. So there are aspects to streamline and reduce the bureaucracy that we see as important, " says Mattias Andersson."

"But it would likely not be many more cameras."

"– It is an expensive investment, cameras. I do not think that there will be a general jätteökning, but will focus on the priority areas where you see that there is a need and where you might previously have not been given permission, " says Anders Larsson at Västtrafik."

"Ola Brunnström at Seko still think there is a point that the company must seek permission to put up cameras."

" I see no reason to lighten it. I'm for it, there are authorities who keep track of who's filming. It is also the public spaces where everyone should be able to stay, then it is important that you agree on the privacy issues, " says Ola Brunnström."

"No one knows today how many licences for the surveillance cameras that exist in Sweden. According to the data Inspection board, it's probably tens of thousands. Each condition can include between 1 and 45 cameras. However, it is unclear how many of the permits that are current."

"A new kamerabevakningslag came into effect on 1 August 2018. It means that fewer need to seek permission to kameraövervaka."

"Private business no longer need a permit to kamerabevaka. For example: banks, shops, car park, hunters who want the carrion cameras, individuals."

"the Authorities and others who perform tasks of general interest, however, need permission if they kamerabevakar a place to which the public have access. For example: authorities, private schools, private health care, kollektivtrafiksbolag, rail traffic, air traffic."

"the Metro and the metro stations are exempt from the rule."

"Soon will kamerabevakningsutredningen with the answer on the other."

"Source: the Swedish data Inspection board, kamerabevakningsutredningen"

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