I refer to our email of 20 Jul 2006.
Any agreement is between the person and the owners of the building, whose
security guards act as their agents. As it is a private premises, they can
impose conditions, which have to be complied. Taking photographs of a
private building outside the private premises is not a criminal offence.
However, buildings which are gazetted as Prohibited or Protected have
restrictions on photography.
Thank you and best regards.
for Quality Service Manager
Singapore Police Force