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Why do you need CCTV?

60% of businesses in the USA are effected by crime each year plus hundreds of thousands of burglaries, and this costs a staggering $5bn, with a staggering 10% of business lost as a consequence of crime.

CCTV is a very powerful tool in the fight against crime. Not only does CCTV provide a fantastic visual deterrent – footage can be used to provide evidence against anti-social behaviour, theft, vandalism and burglary – saving you thousands in the long run.

  • CCTV helps to deter thieves
  • View remote locations, including multiple locations at once
  • Safely monitor premises from a control room
  • Provide CCTV evidence to Police to secure a prosecution
CCTV has had a profound impact on crime prevention and detection, and is never out of the news for long. USA leads the way in the application of CCTV and its use is wide-ranging, encompassing facial-recognition technology, remote video monitoring, video smoke detection, mobile systems and Automatic Number Plate Recognition as well as many other functions.

Significant improvements have been made in recent years in terms of image quality and the sector is moving towards digital and networked systems as technology progresses. The section encourages debate on new developments and concerns, such as digital video evidence and facilitating communication protocols between different manufacturers’ products. In doing so it seeks to ensure that all stakeholder interests are represented including: security companies, users, the Police, inspectorates and insurers. The section also works with Government on these issues.

CCTV must be operated responsibly in order to respect citizens’ rights and maintain public confidence. Laws such as the Data Protection Act have an important role to play in achieving this. Pinnacle Security & Technology, Inc drive best practice in this area and can provide advice on how CCTV users can adhere to the relevant legislation.