CCTV monitoring Bury St Edmunds
To safeguard your property or premises and its most valuable assets with CCTV monitoring, Bury St Edmunds businesses should choose Jag Security. Our years of experience, industry knowledge, and highly trained staff will provide you with a safer and more secure working environment.
As well as CCTV monitoring, we are also on hand to assist with your other security requirements. Jag Security will take a close look at your requirements and develop a custom-made strategy to guarantee the ultimate in commercial protection.
What is CCTV monitoring? Bury St Edmunds businesses can enjoy round-the-clock protection
CCTV monitoring is when an operator will observe the activity of a location through its security system and surveillance cameras. Whether onsite or in a remote monitoring station, the operator will usually be able to move the cameras for even better surveillance.
Should there be any suspicious behaviour or evidence of a break-in, the operator will act without hesitation by contacting the site’s keyholder, further security personnel, or even the authorities.
This kind of round-the-clock surveillance is an invaluable security measure for numerous organisations. There is little to no chance of suffering from loss or damage as the result of a burglary or break-in.
Jag Security’s approach to CCTV monitoring – Bury St Edmunds
CCTV monitoring from Jag Security is carried out by staff who are specifically trained to perform this duty. All of our employees also come from proven security, military, or police backgrounds and are background screened to comply with BS7858:2012.
Every security package we supply is individual, from CCTV monitoring to high profile uniformed officers. Our aim is to provide you with the most appropriate security package for the protection of assets and the safeguarding of staff.
Jag Security is a privately-owned business that will always put you first. This has been the case with our loyal client base, who keep coming back for excellent customer service and great value for money.
Reasons for CCTV monitoring – Bury St Edmunds
Businesses in Bury St Edmunds should seriously consider CCTV monitoring if recent figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) are to be believed. In the 12 months to September 2017, Suffolk Constabulary recorded 2,172 burglaries, compared to 1,362 the previous year.
However, this rise in violent crime, house burglaries as well as instances of stalking and harassment have been explained by police as a “change in crime classifications.”