A draft regulation for marijuana dispensaries the Massachusetts Department of Public Health put together has some pretty interesting requirements in it.
Under cultivation requirements:
All phases of the cultivation of marijuana shall take place in designated, locked, limited access areas that are monitored by a surveillance camera system (page 20).
The outside perimeter of the facility sufficiently lit to facilitate surveillance (page 32).
"A failure notification system that provides an audible, text, or visual notification of any failure in the surveillance system. The failure notification system shall provide an alert to the MMTC within five minutes after the failure, either by telephone, email, or text message (page 33)."
"Video cameras in all areas that may contain marijuana, at all points of entry and exit, and in any parking lot, which shall be appropriate for the normal lighting conditions of the area under surveillance. The cameras shall be directed at all safes, vaults, sales areas, and areas where marijuana or MIPs are harvested, processed, prepared, stored, handled, or dispensed. Cameras shall be angled so as to allow for the capture of clear and certain identification of any person entering or exiting the MMTC or area (page 33)."
"The ability to immediately produce a clear, color, still photo that is a minimum of 9600 dpi from any camera image (live or recorded) (page 34)."
I'm working on finding out the status of this draft regulation now.