CCTV Monitoring Lowestoft
Looking to increase the safety and security of your property or premises with CCTV monitoring? Lowestoft businesses should enlist the help of Jag Security. Our forty years of hands-on experience, in-depth industry expertise, and fully trained operators can help you achieve the ultimate in commercial protection.
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 a safe and secure business.
The lowdown on CCTV monitoring – Lowestoft
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.
Any suspicious behaviour or criminal activity will prompt the operator to act without hesitation by contacting the site’s keyholder, further security personnel, or even the authorities.
The 24/7 nature of CCTV monitoring means that your business can benefit from a round-the-clock security solution. You can also rest assured that any threats to your property or premises will be dealt with swiftly.
Jag Security’s CCTV Monitoring – Lowestoft
For CCTV monitoring and every other security solution Jag Security has available, we aim to recognise and mitigate threats before they have a chance to develop into something more serious. We are also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience.
Every security package we supply is individual, from CCTV monitoring to high profile uniformed officers. We’ll provide you with the most appropriate security package for the protection of valuable 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.
CCTV monitoring – Lowestoft crime shows the need for better security
According to a report in the Lowestoft Journal, robberies soared by more than a third in Suffolk in 2018, as new figures revealed an overall increase in recorded crime across the county.
Police recorded a 37% increase in robbery to 436 recorded between September 2017 and 2018, according to the latest annual figures released by the Office for National Statistics. Overall crime increased by 5.8% in Suffolk – against an 8% rise across England and Wales.