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CCTV - closed circuit television - has become an accepted tool to help reduce crime, protect public spaces, businesses, and organisations. In town and city centres and other potential crime hot-spots, the effects of CCTV are clear from the falling crime statistics.
With their use established in the public sector, the case for installing CCTV security systems for commercial and other organisations has become clear.
Benefits of CCTV
CCTV can provide instant alerts when trouble occurs, ensuring that crime against people, theft and vandalism are all substantially reduced. And when crime does occur, CCTV incident recording can provide valuable evidence, improving the likelihood of a conviction.
CCTV technology can be used in both internal and external environments to watch over and protect people, property, vehicles and valuables. CCTV is considered to be the most effective method of reducing crime (“British Chambers of Commerce Business Crime Survey”)
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Everyone will be comfortable with the idea of CCTV cameras appearing at Accident and Emergency wards in a bid to cut violence against NHS staff. But the problem is so bad – and such a damning indictment of our society – that radical moves are that this is one of them.
Hopefully the cameras will deter those who might otherwise attack nurses or doctors, and help prosecute those who do.
For too long NHS staff have had to suffer while little was done to protect them from the worst elements of our society. CCTV won’t solve the problem overnight, but at least it shows we’re serious about tackling it.