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Security measures
§ 75-c. Security measures. Every banking institution shall maintain
the following security measures with respect to each of the automated
teller machine facilities within its dominion and control:

1. A surveillance camera or cameras, which shall view and record all
persons entering an automated teller machine facility located within the
interior of a building, or which shall view and record all activity
occurring within a minimum of three feet in front of an automated teller
machine located outside a building and open to the outdoor air. Such
camera or cameras need not record banking transactions made at the
automated teller machines. The recordings made by such cameras shall be
preserved by the banking institution for at least forty-five days.

2. Adequate lighting.

3. With respect to an indoor automated teller machine facility: (a)
entry doors equipped with locking devices which permit entry to such
facility only to persons using a magnetic-strip plastic card or similar
access device.

(b) To the extent practicable, as determined by an expert with
competence in such matters and as permitted by local building codes, at
least one exterior wall which provides an unobstructed view of the
interior of the automated teller machine facility.

(c) A reflective mirror or mirrors, as necessary, placed in such a
manner as to permit a person entering an indoor automated teller machine
facility to view areas within such facility that are otherwise concealed
to plain view.

(d) A clearly visible sign which, at a minimum, provides the following

(1) the activity of the automated teller machine facility is being
recorded by a surveillance camera or cameras;

(2) customers should close the entry door completely upon entering and

(3) customers should not permit any unknown persons to enter after
regular banking hours;

(4) customers should place withdrawn cash securely upon their person
before exiting the automated teller machine facility;

(5) complaints concerning security in the automated teller machine
facility should be directed to the banking institution's security
department or the department of financial services, together with
telephone numbers for such complaints, and that the nearest available
public telephone should be used to call the police if emergency
assistance is needed.