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  • Tips for Home Security at Christmas
    December 5, 2018

    Tips for Home Security at Christmas

    During the season of good will to all men, it can be so easy to get caught up in the festive spirit, and forget to take simple precautions against crime. Nobody really wants to be thinking of such things during...

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  • CCTV Scenario – Catch Fingers In The Till
    August 7, 2018

    CCTV Scenario – Catch Fingers In The Till

    I own couple of medium sized off licence shops in a town centre, and for the last few months things have been really tight with the business. Along with increasing rent costs, we have found that shrinkage has increased notably,...

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  • January 20, 2015

    Spycam Scenario: Troubleshooting Wireless Farm CCTV

    I run a medium sized sheep farm, and after struggling for years to stringently monitor my Ewes 24/7 during foaling season, I finally saw the light and purchased one of your wireless 4 camera farm CCTV kits to help me keep an eye on them. It has already been a massive help, letting me monitor one of my sheds from right in the farmhouse, however I appear to have a bad signal on two of the cameras. This is confusing, as the distance to each of the cameras is around the same, it’s just how they’re positioned around the barns that is different. Can you help me figure out what could be causing these wireless problems?

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  • December 12, 2014

    Spy Camera Scenario: Who’s sneaking down my chimney?

    Scenario: I have a security situation that seems to reoccur every year, and I am at my wit’s end to find a way to prevent it. Every year without fail, in the last week of December someone has been breaking into home and leaving things behind- seemingly as a way of taunting me. After the first couple of years I began leaving little traps to see if the doors or windows had been opened, without any success. This leaves only one possibility- that the nefarious intruder has been somehow gaining access through my chimney via the fireplace in my living room. They have even taken to eating mince pies that I had left out for myself in the room. Is it possible to use CCTV or spy cameras to catch this intruder in the act?


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  • August 29, 2014

    CCTV Case Study: Helping catch credit card fraudsters

    These days everyone knows how CCTV is a vital tool in fighting crime, with recordings of incidents being used as evidence in countless cases. Whilst it is often thought of as the first thing to look at for crimes such as theft and assault, what many business owners don’t realise is how it can help protect them against countless other types of crime, that you wouldn’t necessarily expect it could be used for. As an example, we were recently contacted by one of our customers who used their CCTV system to help catch credit card fraudsters. It’s a fantastic example of how footage of seemingly innocuous things can be key to pinning down people committing a whole host of crimes. After all- as a wise TV cop once said- all the pieces matter


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