The original version released October 2014 can be found here, on page 9.

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WAC 314-55-083 What are the security requirements for a marijua­na licensee? The security requirements for a marijuana licensee are as follows:

(3) Surveillance system. At a minimum, a licensed premises must have a complete video surveillance system with minimum camera resolu­tion of 640×470 ((pixel and)) pixels or pixel equivalent for analog. The surveillance system storage device and/or the cameras must be in­ternet protocol (IP) compatible ((and recording system for controlled areas within the licensed premises and entire perimeter fencing and gates enclosing an outdoor grow operation, to ensure control of the area. The requirements include image acquisition, video recording, management and monitoring hardware and support systems)). All cameras must be fixed and placement shall allow for the clear and certain identification of any person and activities in controlled areas of the licensed premises. All entrances and exits to an indoor facility shall be recorded from both indoor and outdoor, or ingress and egress vant­ age points. All cameras must record continuously twenty-four hours per day and at a minimum of ten frames per second. The surveillance system storage device must be secured on the licensed premises in a lockbox, cabinet, closet, or secured in another manner to protect from employee tampering or criminal theft. All surveillance recordings must be kept for a minimum of forty-five days on the licensee’s recording device. All videos are subject to inspection by any liquor control board em­ ployee or law enforcement officer, and must be copied and provided to the liquor control board or law enforcement officer upon request. All recorded images must clearly and accurately display the time and date.

Time is to be measured in accordance with the U.S. National Institute Standards and Technology standards.

(a) ((All controlled access areas, security rooms/areas and all points of ingress/egress to limited access areas, all points of in­ gress/egress to the exterior of the licensed premises, and all point- of-sale (POS) areas must have fixed camera coverage capable of identi­ fying activity occurring within a minimum of twenty feet of all entry and exit points.

(b) Camera placement shall allow for the clear and certain iden­ tification of any individual on the licensed premises.

(c) All entrances and exits to the facility shall be recorded from both indoor and outdoor vantage points, and capable of clearly identifying any activities occurring within the facility or within the grow rooms in low light conditions. The surveillance system storage device must be secured on-site in a lock box, cabinet, closet, or se­ cured in another manner to protect from employee tampering or criminal theft.

(d) All perimeter fencing and gates enclosing an outdoor grow op­ eration must have full video surveillance capable of clearly identify­ ing any activities occurring within twenty feet of the exterior of the perimeter. Any gate or other entry point that is part of the enclosure for an outdoor growing operation must have fixed camera coverage capa­ ble of identifying activity occurring within a minimum of twenty feet of the exterior, twenty-four hours a day. A motion detection lighting system may be employed to illuminate the gate area in low light condi­ tions.

(e) Areas where marijuana is grown, cured or manufactured includ­ ing destroying waste, shall have a camera placement in the room facing the primary entry door, and in adequate fixed positions, at a height which will provide a clear, unobstructed view of the regular activity without a sight blockage from lighting hoods, fixtures, or other equipment, allowing for the clear and certain identification of per­ sons and activities at all times.

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Controlled areas include:

  • (i) Any area within an indoor, greenhouse or outdoor room or area

where marijuana is grown, or marijuana or marijuana waste is beingmoved within, processed, stored, or destroyed. Rooms or areas wheremarijuana or marijuana waste is never present are not considered con­trol areas and do not require camera coverage.

  • (ii) All point-of-sale (POS) areas.
  • (iii) Twenty feet of the exterior of the perimeter of all re­

quired fencing and gates enclosing an outdoor grow operation. Any gateor other entry point that is part of the required enclosure for anoutdoor growing operation must be lighted in low-light conditions. Amotion detection lighting system may be employed to light the gatearea in low-light conditions.

 

  • (iv) Any room or area storing a surveillance system storage de­ vice.

(b) All marijuana, marijuana concentrates, or marijuana-infused products that are intended to be removed or transported ((from mari­ juana producer to marijuana processor and/or marijuana processor to marijuana retailer)) between two licensed premises shall be staged in an area known as the “quarantine” location for a minimum of twenty- four hours. Transport manifest with product information and weights must be affixed to the product. At no time during the quarantine peri­od can the product be handled or moved under any circumstances and is subject to auditing by the liquor control board or designees.

(((g) All camera recordings must be continuously recorded twenty- four hours a day. All surveillance recordings must be kept for a mini­ mum of forty-five days on the licensee’s recording device. All videos are subject to inspection by any liquor control board employee or law enforcement officer, and must be copied and provided to the board or

law enforcement officer upon request.))

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