Standards, Codes, and Guidelines
ASIAL has prepared a draft guidance document for the ethical use of AFR technologies.
Comment is sought from interested parties on the draft principles by 30 September 2023.
Codes and guidelines for best practice Electronic Home Security, AML/CTF compliance and the Care and Use of Security Dogs.
Standards also apply to guarding and patrol services, smoke detectors and risk management.
Standards applying to the use of Electronic Security including alarm systems, monitoring centres, CCTV, and cabling wiring rules.
This national guideline is designed to align police classification, requirements and response to alarms and alarm activations. The National Police Alarm Response Guideline was implemented on 1 July 2018.
Code of ethics for the use and installation of CCTV equipment
The ASIAL Mobile Patrols Code of Practice relates to the broad operation and delivery of a security service by mobile security patrols. Effective from 1 Jan 2020.
A Code of Practice to assist with managing security risks associated with Cash In Transit (CIT), developed by ASIAL.
The objective of this Code of Practice on managing subcontracting arrangements in the private security
sector, is to provide security operators with guidance on the lawful use of subcontractors for legitimate