Remote CCTV Monitoring

Author - Emily Weekes |
Publish Date - October 8, 2020

As part of our comprehensive service offering, Churches Fire & Security provides peace of mind for our customers with monitoring for your CCTV System.

WHAT IS REMOTE CCTV MONITORING?

With CCTV installed on the premises, you can utilise the functionality of the system with 24/7 remote monitoring from Churches Fire & Security. The sight of CCTV cameras alone often acts as a deterrent to trespassers. With the addition of monitoring, you add a new layer of protection to your business.

Static CameraThis means that alarms on site can be activated when certain indicators are met, i.e. suspicious activity on the premises after working hours. When this detector is activated, a CCTV operator located remotely can initiate a police response as necessary.

If a CCTV System has speakers installed, the operator can engage with the persons on the premises, warning them of their presence being detected. This can act as a second deterrent to potential criminal activity.

The CCTV operator is located at an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) off-site. This secure location is manned 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This additional level of security means your business premises and surrounding areas, such as car parks and loading bays, are constantly monitored.

SSAIBChurches Fire & Security hold certification for the design, installation and maintenance of CCTV Systems in compliance with the requiremetns of the SSAIB Code of Practice SS2003.

This Certification of Registration is subject to ongoing surveillance audtis to ensure our work meets the required standards.

 

Trust Churches Fire & Security with the maintenance of your CCTV and the monitoring of your system to protect your business premises from the threat of theft.

To discuss CCTV monitoring for your business, please contact Churches Fire & Security.

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