CCTV can be set up at various blind spots around your home that you can’t see from your windows so that if you hear an unusual noise or would like some extra peace of mind, you can check the perimeter of your property without having to leave your home. This is particularly useful for vulnerable individuals such as the elderly. Moreover, It allows remote monitoring on a computer, tablet or mobile phone via a secure connection over the internet. You can login remotely from anywhere in the world and check your CCTV cameras for activity.
Criminals are dissuaded from breaking into your home and stealing from you or committing other crimes such as vandalism and anti-social behaviour. Most criminals like the easy option and will pursue properties that are not protected by CCTV. To make the most of your CCTV, clearly advertise its presence on your property to ensure that unwanted guests stay well away.
CCTV is not just a preventative system, it can also help bring criminals to justice. If the worst was to happen and your property was robbed, damaged or vandalised, or if another criminal event took place in the vicinity of your cameras then your CCTV footage can be given to the police to help find and identify the culprits, bringing about some much needed justice and helping keep the streets safer for everyone.