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Improving Security In Your School

By January 1, 2020February 3rd, 2020No Comments

Improving Security In Your School

School security and student safety should always be at the top of the list for school administrators. There are so many security challenges that schools now face when it comes to the safety of their students.

In this blog post we look at how CCTV surveillance cameras can help with improving security in schools.

Camera Installation in Vulnerable Areas

The best way to find the vulnerable areas in your school is to do a walk though with one of our CCTV specialists. We will ensure that your main entrances and exits are covered. The perimeters of your building will be looked at too, to ensure there are no coverage gaps.

The top locations, apart from the above, for CCTV surveillance cameras in schools tend to be in hallways, cafeterias, libraries, computer rooms, playgrounds, car parks and playing fields. These locations are known as high-traffic and high-risk locations. CCTV surveillance cameras in these areas can enhance student and teacher safety and reduce liabilities. These CCTV cameras will also work to deter theft, vandalism and property damage.

Video Surveillance in Schools

Using high resolution CCTV cameras throughout your school buildings will enable you to capture and view activity in areas of the school where there is lots of traffic. Good quality video surveillance means you can keep an eye on the exterior and interior of your school 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The high quality footage gained from our CCTV cameras is court-admissible video evidence that can be used to successful indentify and convict criminals causing damage to, or breaking into your school.

Interested in Improving Security in Your School?

If you would like to improve security in your school with CCTV cameras then speak to our CCTV security experts. We will complete a security assessment on your school and recommend the best locations for CCTV cameras or areas where additional CCTV cameras may be required.