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CCTV In The Public Sector

By September 21, 2022No Comments

CCTV In The Public Sector

Our CCTV engineers are very experienced in providing cutting-edge CCTV cameras and security surveillance systems to public sector premises. These include places like schools, libraries and council offices As well as government buildings, healthcare facilities and more. We install, monitor and maintain CCTV cameras in public sector premises. This is done to deter potential criminals. If a crime does take place, we ensure that the CCTV cameras give you the footage needed to record the crime and catch the criminal.

CCTV cameras have come a long way in recent years. If you had a CCTV surveillance system installed in your public sector building even 5 years ago, it is now outdated. CCTV cameras now use the latest cutting-edge technology. This is done to protect public sector premises from theft and vandalism.

A CCTV camera is no longer just a deterrent for potential criminals. It is like a window into your property so you can see what is going on, even when you’re not there. You can check what is going on via the remote access from home, the office or when you’re on holiday.

Alerts will be triggered if there is any suspicious activity. This means that the cameras will not need to be watched 24 hours a day. If any suspicious activity is noticed or an attempted break in to your building, the person of your choice will be contacted. The security system will alert the emergency services too. This will help reduce the risk of serious damage and burglary.

Our CCTV engineers are experienced at installing CCTV surveillance systems in public sector spaces. If you need a few cameras in your small library, we can help. Or maybe a complex surveillance system of cameras for a school or hospital – we can help with that too.

If you have existing security solutions and CCTV cameras, we can work with these to integrate them in a more effective security solution for your public sector building. Our friendly CCTV experts will discuss your property and potential security threats. CCTV cameras can then be installed in these areas to better protect the space.

Contact our CCTV surveillance team to find out more.