Law on the Change of TV surveillance law
(Extension of access to television surveillance for housing organisations and so on and sports systems)
We, by God's grace, the Queen of the Danes, do our thing.
The parliament has adopted the following law, and we know that the following law has been approved by Parliament's consent :
In the act of law on television, cf. Law Order no. 1190 of 11. In October 2007, the following changes are made :
1. I § 2 pasted as paragraph 2 and 3 :
" Stop. 2. The Commissioner may, irrespective of the provision in section 1 (1). 1, from application to the housing organisations and associations, etc., representing the houses of housing, authorisation to carry out television surveillance of the area in question and on land which is directly related to it, when : The monitoring is essential for combating crime. A permit may be granted for a maximum of five years at a time.
Paragraph 3. The Commissioner may, irrespective of the provision in section 1 (1). 1, by application, in accordance with the application of the establishment of the system for the surveillance of the entries, facades, etings, etings, etc. and areas which are directly related to it when monitoring is essential for the purposes of surveillance ; The fight against crime. A permit may be granted for a maximum of five years at a time. `
The law shall enter into force on 1. July, 2010.
Paragraph 1. The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
Paragraph 2. The law can, by means of a royal device, be put into force for Greenland, with the deviations from which Greenland's conditions are worded.
Givet at Christiansborg Castle, the 25th. June 2010
Under Our Royal Hand and Segl
/ Lars Barfoed