CCTV Monitoring Kings Lynn

Need to increase the safety and security of your workplace with CCTV monitoring? Kings Lynn businesses should employ the services of Jag Security. Our forty years of hands-on experience, breadth of industry expertise, and highly trained operators can deliver the utmost commercial protection.

With all of our CCTV monitoring packages, we will listen to your requirements carefully before putting together a tailor-made security solution, backed by the highest standards of service.

For more information about CCTV monitoring, Kings Lynn businesses should contact Jag Security today – call 0844 247 3655 or fill out our online enquiry form.

 

What you need to know about CCTV monitoring – Kings Lynn

CCTV monitoring is when a trained operator will observe the activity of a property or premises through strategically placed surveillance cameras. Footage from these cameras are then sent to a control centre or remote monitoring station.

Any suspicious or illegal activity will be noted by the operator, who can then take appropriate action such as delivering an audible warning, sending in security personnel to investigate or contacting the authorities.

Some of the benefits of CCTV monitoring include:

  • Prevention of crime – The visual presence of CCTV cameras and remote monitoring signs will deter criminal activity
  • Round-the-clock protection – No matter whether its day or night, CCTV monitoring can provide 24/7 protection
  • Immediate response to crime – Even if you are the victim of a burglary or break-in, CCTV operators can take action straightaway
  • Cost-effective solution – Although a lot depends on your circumstances, CCTV monitoring often provides better value for money than manned guarding
  • Real-time security – As opposed to reviewing footage after a crime has taken place, CCTV monitoring offers real-time security

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 screened to comply with BS7858:2012.

 

Why CCTV monitoring? Kings Lynn crime news

Recorded crime in West Norfolk increased by 11 per cent in the past year according to an article published by Lynn News, which cites data from the Office for National Statistics.

The figures show there were 9,421 reported offences in the borough during 2018, compared with 8,499 in 2017.

In response, Norfolk Police’s deputy chief constable Paul Sanford said: ““We are committed to working with our partners and communities to prevent these crimes from occurring.”