Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) is installed to deter and record criminal behavior and unwanted intruders. The presence of CCTV security systems acts as a remarkable deterrent for to criminal behavior and allows increased potential for identification if a crime is committed. TV shows such as The World's Dumbest Criminals use CCTV camera footage to catch criminals in the act and have raised a general belief in the value of monitoring public behavior.
Closed Circuit Televisions, or CCTV, are used in both homes and businesses to monitor and protect from a remote location, or on-site. For a business, a CCTV system could not only help to monitor burglaries and employee theft—it can help when negotiating lower insurance rates, recording ‘slip-and-fall’ accidents, observing employee work practices, and monitoring your business from the comfort of your home.
For a home owner, a CCTV is a priceless investment. It allows for many improvements to your quality of life. It lets you to see who’s at the door, monitor the nanny, or check on a toddler in the next room—the possibilities are virtually endless. With the CCTV camera connected to your TV, you can monitor your whole house from the couch, or from a remote location.