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WHY DO I NEED CCTV AT MY BUSINESS?

By 31st May 2017June 3rd, 2019No Comments

ALTHOUGH YOU MIGHT THINK IT’S AN OBVIOUS SECURITY SOLUTION, THERE ARE MANY BUSINESS PREMISES OUT THERE THAT ARE NOT AWARE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF CCTV SYSTEMS.

Cranberg Limited are more than aware of how important CCTV systems are at any business property and have put together some useful insight into why your business property needs CCTV installations as soon as possible.

No matter how many manned guards you may have, you could be missing a crucial element of security without your site being monitored 24/7.

ASSESSING YOUR SITE

The first step to take in the security process is to assess your site and the most vulnerable areas that could be targeted from thieves and intruders. By physically monitoring your premises you need to take notes of:

  • Problem areas
  • Blind spots
  • Any areas that need extra protection e.g. valuables, safes, secure rooms
  • Other security measures you have on site

Once you have realised where you may need security and CCTV you can call Cranberg Limited to get the professional advice you need. Making sure that your site is secure 24/7, all year round, we advise on the best security solutions for your business property and ensure that you are never left unprotected again.

With various news articles linking to accredited CCTV footage, why would you not want the chance to catch criminals in the act? Example – Norwich Evening News relating to CCTV footage of a robbery.

CCTV SYSTEM INSTALLATION

Cranberg Limited provide a wide range of CCTV system installations on levels that meet your budget requirements. Taking care of both interior and exterior levels of security, CCTV brings with it a sense of security, peace of mind and protection that you can’t get from other sources of security.

The sheer value of having visual evidence of vandals, criminals and intruders can mean so much more than actually having the security in the first place. As well as holding evidence, the presence of CCTV can act as a visual deterrent to many intruders, who will think twice about entering your property in the fear of being caught on camera.

When joined to an integrated system with intruder alarms, the police can be alerted within seconds of an intruder, adding a higher level of security to your property.

CCTV BENEFITS

If the points we have made already not sold you on the idea of CCTV on your property, then surely these other benefits are bound to change your mind. The many benefits of CCTV include:

  • Act as a visual deterrent
  • Provide interactive security
  • Monitored on site and off site
  • Linkable to local police forces
  • Create recordings and saved evidence
  • Deal with anti-social behaviour quickly

Prevent Crime – You no longer have to be worried about crime at your property as CCTV not only deters criminals but can also catch them in the act.

Prevent Employee Theft – make sure that employees are also monitored internally with cameras near stock rooms and cash registers.

Protect Your Staff – As well as watch your staff you are able to protect they safety and well-being with active CCTV cameras.

Information is taken from LinkedIn article.

TAILORED TO YOUR SITE

All CCTV systems are installed and tailored to your business premises specifically so that you can get the finest level of security needed. With modern systems incorporating all levels of security from intruder alarms to fire alarm systems, all of your measures can be easily linked to work in partnership at the switch of a button.

Although there may be an initial outlet of payment to get the systems you need, CCTV is actually one of the most affordable security measures to make for your business premises. After all, what cost is the security of your property anyway?

Check out our previous blog post about knowing what security is right for your business.

GET IN TOUCH

Call Cranberg Limited today to find out more by calling us on 01322 314 790. We provide business premises with CCTVFire Alarms, Integrated Systems and Intruder Alarms so what are you waiting for?