Video Surveillance CCTV

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CCTV

There is a CCTV Security Solution for every type of property - Business, Commercial or Residential..

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), also known as Video Surveillance, relies on the strategic placement of specific digital or analogue cameras to observe parts of an area. These cameras are normally connected to a series of active equipment such as Monitors, Digital Video Recorders, Network Video Recorders, Video Management Servers, and can record continuously or set up to record when motion is detected.

CCTV is one of the easiest ways for business owners to monitor employees and visitors to their sites and deter crimes and capture incidents in their establishments. Whether the place of business is a restaurant, office, bank or retail store, cameras placed in money-handling areas, back offices, storage rooms and sales floors can not only monitor employee and visitor access to these areas, but also help prevent theft, vandalism, and other forms of misconduct.

Business surveillance is equally as important out of trading hours as it is during business hours. Anything can happen overnight in an unoccupied facility. Security cameras not only provide evidence of theft, vandalism, accidents, etc, but also help owners and managers keep tabs on overnight cleaning and maintenance crews, to ensure that all required tasks are being carried out.

It is also becoming common place for homeowners to install security cameras around their homes and property to protect against trespassing, burglaries and vandalism. Whilst the cameras themselves can’t do anything to physically prevent crimes from occurring in and around the home, they’ve become very effective deterrents – a well monitored home is far less appealing to criminals than one with no security measures in place.

CCTV cameras seem to be everywhere these days – so why is CCTV required and used today, here are some reasons why:

  • To Prevent Crime
  • Provide Evidence
  • Help law enforcement solve crime
  • Monitoring Care Facilities such as Hospitals, and Correctional Facilities
  • Monitoring high-risk areas
  • Increase customer’s confidence
  • Insurance Premium Requirement

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