“In order to request footage, applicants must first file a police report at the district police station where the incident took place. Then, include the camera number, the requested film’s date and time, a copy of your ID card, the police report, and all other relevant information in the request form. Before it is taken down, the video is available for download for seven days. As part of their attempt to improve public safety, the BMA introduced internet channels, which made it easier to request CCTV footage in Bangkok. Make sure you have all the required information and documents, including a police report, a copy of your ID, the ID camera number, the date and time of the incident, and a police report, available when you submit your online application. More than three hours of footage are still available, but you’ll need to contact one of the 13 BMA CCTV centers. Information on the BMA CCTV centers may be found on the CCTV Bangkok webpage. A maximum of six cameras’ worth of footage from a maximum of three hours each may be requested simultaneously. The video is made accessible a little less than a day after the occurrence. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration announced yesterday that obtaining CCTV footage from the city is now easier than ever. Requests for CCTV video can now be made through the CCTV Bangkok website and the Line account @CCTVBANGKOK. If you are a victim of a crime in Bangkok or are hurt in an accident, you have the right to request public CCTV footage and you may want to do so. Applicants will be notified through email or Line as soon as the footage is made available for download from the CCTV Bangkok website. Yesterday, Wissanu Sapsompol, the deputy governor of Bangkok, explained the process.

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