Improving the school security

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Improving the school security

After hours there aren't many people on our school site, which can make it a popular place for teenagers and the homeless to hang out. We've had some issues recently with vandalism on the weekend and it seemed like it might be useful to improve some our security around the school. Once we installed some CCTV cameras, upgraded our security systems and increased the number of patrols around the school after hours, the vandalism problem plummeted, so we've actually saved a lot of money through those investments. This blog is all about improving school security systems to manage vandalism and other issues.

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Commercial Security Systems: Top Features to Have In Your Surveillance Cameras

28 February 2017
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Whether you have a small business or a large corporation, security is paramount. Luckily, your security system can be as simple or as complicated as you would like, as there are a multitude of features that you could choose to incorporate into it. One of the main features that tends to be a staple for most commercial security systems is surveillance cameras. Nevertheless, simply purchasing surveillance cameras and mounting them will not ensure that you have beefed up the security of your premises. Read More …

What Should You Know about Self Install Home Security Systems?

4 October 2016
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Having a home security system is something most homeowners think about, but few move forward with installation. The reason for this is partially due to the high cost of solid and legitimate security systems. In recent years, there have been a number of companies to debut self install options to help lower the cost for homeowners, while still adding a layer of security. Before you begin a self install, there are a few things you should know. Read More …

CCTV Home Security Systems: A Guide

29 September 2016
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If you are considering beefing up your home security, you may be considering installing a CCTV system. CCTV allows you to both actively monitor who is at the door of your property and passively record images and video which may be useful to the police if someone does attempt to break into your property. Below is a guide to CCTV. Standard and remote monitoring Before you begin installation of CCTV, you should decide how you wish to monitor the system. Read More …

Business Security Systems | 3 Nifty Guidelines To Tackle ‘Time Thieving’ Employees Surfing The Internet During Work Hours

9 September 2016
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While business security systems are usually set up to catch or deter hard criminals from stealing important resources from your office, every so often, they throw new light on the way your employees behave at work with the right office and Internet surveillance features. Knowing how employees spend time can help you take steps to prevent staff unproductivity. A Griffith University study revealed that nearly 50 percent of Internet usage in Australian offices is personal. Read More …

Home security systems for the deaf

6 June 2016
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Deafness is a condition that can lead to a number of problems. One of those is that it may place you in danger if you fail to notice an emergency or take the necessary steps in that emergency. Unfortunately, some alarm systems only use sound as the major communicating channel. That's why you need to ensure you get a more suitable system if you're deaf. Alarming systems can be the line between life and death. Read More …