Cannabis Security Requirements for Oregon

Cannabis Security Requirements for Oregon
Cannabis Security Requirements for Oregon

Thank you for visiting GeoShepard.  Please contact us to find out how GeoShepard can augment your Cannabis Video Surveillance and Security needs.  For your convenience, here is a list of Cannabis Security Requirements for your Marijuana operation.

Video Surveillance:

  • Cameras must continuously record for 24 hrs I day and record at 10fps in limited access areas.
  • In exterior perimeter and non-limited access area cameras need a minimum resolution of 1280 x 720px and to record at 5 fps, except where coverage overlaps any limited access areas such as entrances or exits and in those overlap areas cameras must record at 10 fps.
  • Cameras must cover all areas with marijuana items on the licensed premise.
  • Cameras must record at a minimum resolution of 1280/720px.
  • Must have minimum of 1 hour of recording time in the event of power outage.
  • Keep all recordings for a minimum of 30 days and be easily accessible for viewing.
  • Surveillance system must have capability to produce a still photo from any camera image.
  • System must immediately notify the licensee of any equipment failure or system outage.
  • Archive video recordings in format that ensures authentication of legitimately­ captured video and guarantees that no alterations of the video has taken place.
  • Required camera coverage:
    • All POS areas.
    • All points of entry to or exit from limited access areas. All points of entry to or exit from the license premises.
    • Must capture clear and certain images of individual & activity occurring within 15 feet both inside & outside of all points of entry to and exit from the licensed premise.
    • Anywhere within secure or limited access areas on licensed premises.

Cannabis Security Requirements:

  • Must have fully operational security alarm system on all entry/exit points, and perimeter windows.
  • Must be able to detect movement within any indoor area.
  • Must be programmed to notify a monitoring center in the event of a breach.
  • Must have at least 2 operational “panic buttons” located inside the facility that are programmed with the alarm system to notify the monitoring center.
*Requirements are based off of the Oregon OLCC Draft Rules for 2015; Requirements are subject to change.