HIDDEN: This is where you will be staying in Sydney for the next six months
You’ve come to a hotel near your home and are waiting for your arrival.
The front desk is busy with people, and you’ve just checked in.
A new challenge?
You might just need to be prepared for the unexpected.
A new type of crisis?
Well, you’re definitely going to need to find out.
For starters, the hotel has a new form of security that you may not have seen before.
In a bid to keep you safe, hotel staff have started placing surveillance cameras at the entrance to the premises.
HIDDEN (a headline from a recent story on the Herald Sun) This is the first time HIDEN staff have ever been filmed by a security camera at a Sydney hotel.
They’re also recording guests at the front desk.
This video was recorded at the Hilton Hotel Sydney on Thursday, May 24.
It’s not clear why the hotel is filming the camera, but it is clear that the staff are monitoring guests as they enter the building.
When you’re at the hotel you may be able to ask your hotel to film you if you’re not using the right ID, like a passport.
But it’s also possible to ask them to record you for a number of reasons.
They can use a mobile device that is in the room with you and is recording.
Or they can use an app that has a recording function.
They may even use a CCTV camera in a bathroom.
They could use it in a restaurant or cafe.
The HIDENS has also started putting security cameras in hotels that are currently under construction or on the verge of completion, like the Harbourfront Hotel in Sydney’s south-east.
The cameras are also being installed at hotels around Australia and will be used to track people who have been booked in.
At the same time, some hotels have started installing CCTV cameras outside their buildings.
In some places, hotel security staff are installing the cameras as part of a security review.
This review process, called an inquiry, involves looking at what happened to people who were at the premises at the time of the incident.
And there are some who feel that there is no evidence of the HIDens being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
“I feel that they were not there at the correct time because of the fact that there were a lot of other people in the hotel and that the CCTV footage didn’t capture them,” said James Jones, who has been an HIDen member for five years.
“There was a lot going on.
There was a large crowd of people that night and I feel like there were other people watching the CCTV cameras.”
But many hotel guests who have seen CCTV footage say that it’s not just the staff that are recording them.
They say it’s the hotel’s security cameras that are making their life difficult.
You can hear the video above.
A hotel in the Sydney suburb of Newtown has installed a CCTV system in its hotel room.
Photo: ABC News.
On the evening of May 24, two of the hotel staff, one male and one female, were filmed entering the building at the Hotel Newtown, a public housing estate in Sydney.
It’s unclear what they were doing when they were filming, but they were then filmed leaving the hotel as the footage continued.
The staff were later seen leaving the building, while police arrived.
Police are now investigating the incident, which was caught on CCTV.
Video of the two women filming outside the hotel can be heard in the video below.
If you have information that could help police identify a suspect or someone else who may have committed a crime, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or text TIP2020 plus your message to 274637.
The HIDS, an initiative of the Australian Crime Commission, is a group of independent organisations that work to improve public safety in the community.
It is supported by the Australian Government through the HIC, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The HIDS are part of the Government’s National Security Advisory Council and are part-funded by the Government through HIC grants.
The group is also supported by a range of other Government agencies and organisations.
Read more:Read more stories from Australia’s capital:HIDEN members: How the HIDs can helpThe HIDs was created to help protect Australian citizens and staff from terrorist attacks and to prevent crime and violence in the city.