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The University is committed to the free exchange of ideas and freedom of action that should be found at any institution of higher learning.

The utilization of installed video equipment on the university campus shall be to meet one or more of the following objectives: 1.

Enhance public safety and security, while reducing the costs incurred by the University in promotion of campus security, and promote compliance with any federal and state statutes related to security.2.

Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, it is unlawful for a person to engage in any kind of surreptitious electronic surveillance on a campus of the System without the knowledge of the person being observed. Subsection 1 does not apply to any electronic surveillance: (a) Authorized by a court order issued to a public officer, based upon a showing of probable cause to believe that criminal activity is occurring on the property under surveillance;(b) By a law enforcement agency pursuant to a criminal investigation;(c) Which is necessary as part of a system of security used to protect and ensure the safety of persons on the campus; or(d) Of a class or laboratory when authorized by the teacher of the class or laboratory.

"Electronic surveillance" includes video, audio/video, and audio-only recordings made via installed or portable recording devices, such as a handheld recorder, cellphone, smartphone, tablet, or other electronic device.

Thus, the use of audio or video equipment on campus shall be conducted so as to minimize the intrusion on the privacy of faculty, staff, students and visitors in their personal and professional activities. Scope This policy applies to all personnel, schools, and departments of the University in the use of video cameras and/or audio recording equipment on university owned, leased, or controlled properties.

Uses of audio and video technology in the execution of academic research projects are excluded from this policy.

This policy further covers the use of video cameras, including, but not limited to, closed-circuit television (CCTV), networked cameras, and related imaging technologies installed in public places, either indoors or outdoors.

It also includes all installed audio recording and remote audio monitoring equipment. Surreptitious Recording Prohibited; Exception The use of covert electronic surveillance cameras, defined below, on the university campus is governed by Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) 396.970, "Surreptitious electronic surveillance on campus; exceptions," which states: 1.

Therefore, under NRS 396.970, unless one of the stated exceptions applies, individuals are precluded from recording in-person conversations on the university campus without the knowledge of each individual being recorded.

The Board of Regents Handbook, Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 21, "Covert Video Surveillance," also provides explicit guidelines for the use of video surveillance equipment, stating: The use of covert video surveillance for anything other than a criminal investigation on the campuses of the Nevada System of Higher Education is prohibited.

The utilization of installed audio-only surveillance equipment shall be confined to objective #3 above.