Britain is watched by an estimated 5.9 million closed-circuit television cameras. CCTV can offer a unique insight into human nature at its best and - often - at its worst. But who are the people who keep watch of this footage around the clock? And how has CCTV technology advanced to help public authorities protect citizens on the streets? This series meets the surveillance operators who keep an eye on our public spaces and - in some cases - our private homes, and hears their frank insights into what they observe.

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-06-09

CCTV: Caught on Camera - Swastika Mukherjee - Netflix

Swastika Mukherjee (born 13 December 1980) is an Indian actress. She is the daughter of actor Santu Mukherjee. Mukherjee first appeared on screens in the TV serial Devdasi and made her film debut in 2001 in Hemanter Pakhi. Her first lead role came with Mastan (2004).

CCTV: Caught on Camera - Controversies - Netflix

On May 2014, Mukherjee was hospitalized after an alleged suicide attempt. Under strong local protest, Kolkata police detained Mukherjee's boyfriend Sumon Mukhopadhyay. On 4 November 2014, she was caught on CCTV cameras tucking in a gold earring worth $255 (Rs.12,139) in her handbag at a jewellery showroom in a posh mall in Singapore. The shop owner filed a complaint against Mukherjee to the organizer of the film festival, but no police complaint was lodged against her. Mukherjee denied the charge and claimed that it might have happened “accidentally”.

CCTV: Caught on Camera - References - Netflix