CCTV remains the fastest growing area of the security industry. Over the last few years, developments in technology have increased the opportunity for CCTV to assist in crime prevention and detection.
The use of CCTV in public areas together with legislation to control its use has generally led to public acceptance and has extended its use and liberalised its use in industry. However care should be exercised, there are rules, especially those pertaining to data protection.
THE PREVENTION OF CRIME:
The majority of businesses install CCTV with the objective of preventing crime, in many respects CCTV becomes the front line overt deterrent.
The design and quality of an installation is crucial in terms of crime detection, particularly where evidential quality pictures are required.
Equipment location, type and quantity, together with distribution, recording media and storage of video are of paramount importance. Hard drive digital video recorders are the more commonly used recording device and are more easily managed.
Before committing to installing a CCTV system it is crucial to establish the client's needs and objectives to ensure that the maximum benefit is derived from their investment. Building Compliance Services has a number of years experience and will support the whole of the process, assisting the client to avoid potential pitfalls.
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