Workshop Report - Oversight of Police-Use of Surveillance Technology

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This report documents the main findings of a workshop on the Police-Use of Surveillance Technology hosted by the VUB Chair in Surveillance Studies.
The workshop was split into two sessions. The first session entitled ‘Discussing processes and considerations of surveillant activities: Harmonizing crime control, performance, privacy, and social costs’ was moderated by Bram Visser (PhD Candidate at VUB-LSTS) on October 4th, 2022. The second session entitled ‘Discussing accountability arrangements in multi-actor security provision: exploring the triangular relationship between police departments, oversight bodies, and corporate producers of surveillance technologies’ was moderated by Lander Govaerts (PhD Candidate at VUB-CRiS) on October 5th, 2022.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2023


  • surveillance
  • police
  • technology
  • oversight
  • accountability


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