Cameras - think now and act... preventing loss of vital evidence
CCTV has become an accepted tool to help reduce crime, protect public spaces, businesses, and organisations. In town and city centres and other potential crime hot-spots, the effects of CCTV are clear from the falling crime statistics. Instant alerts when trouble occurs ensures that crime against people, theft and vandalism are all substantially reduced. So when crime does occur, CCTV incident recording can provide valuable evidence, improving the likelihood of a conviction.
In addition to superb 24-hour image quality, today’s cameras are so clever they can detect movement within the scene, changes in colour, unusual behaviour and external attempts at interference.
Empower your security staff
Today there is no need to view or replay hours of tape to search for an incident. CCTV footage can be searched by simply entering a date and time or applying a mouse pointer to a timeline on a monitor screen. Vidionics has been at the forefront of this revolution in technology by installing some of the UK’s most sophisticated recording and archiving facilities.
Today CCTV is very much in the public eye and has become the number one tool people turn to in the event of incidents. However, what remains the most challenging is incorporating all this technology power to the best use. At Vidionics, we never lose sight of what security is for or the way it is used and that its primary purpose is to protect people and property.
“ CCTV is considered to be the most effective method of reducing crime ”
(British Chambers of Commerce Business Crime Survey)