CCTV System Solutions

CCTV System Solutions

With retail theft on the increase and retailers becoming more concerned with violent attacks on staff it has never been more important to help deter these events from happening. Bad behaviour is contagious and once a store gets a reputation for being an easier target, things can quickly escalate. One of the best methods of reducing retail theft and anti-social behaviour is to install the latest technology in CCTV systems. The company employs a team of qualified and experienced engineers for CCTV installations. We strive to offer peace of mind to our customers and provide the latest innovations in CCTV security systems with remote monitoring through our 'Free Apps' for both Smartphone's and Tablets as well as our iVMS viewing software.

Our customers have chosen us for projects for a number of different reasons:

  • Protection against false entry, burglary and unwanted intruders.
  • Protecting employees from false claims and physical violence.
  • Protection against till fraud and internal collusion amongst staff
  • Protection against vandalism to property
Our customers have chosen us for projects for a number of different reasons:
Benefits of Installing CCTV

Benefits of Installing CCTV

  • Deterrent - CCTV systems are proven to deter even the most determined thieves
  • Promotes a safer working environment for staff and customers
  • Significantly reduces external theft and also internal fraudulent behaviour
  • The presence of CCTV also records an event which later can be used as evidence to gain convictions
  • Can be utilised for other things like Retail analytics and customer behaviour patterns.
  • Systems can be accessed remotely for external monitoring services

CCTV systems for Retail premises are common place today and are used to monitor peoples movements, activity inside and outside the store. They are generally accepted now as a necessity to protect both staff and business premises and to act as a major deterrent to would be thieves.

Our CCTV systems can be designed to meet even the most demanding and complex requirements including areas where it is impossible to run cables. We are experts in wireless cameras and are fully qualified in designing remote systems using wireless bridge technology.

Our Camera Range includes the following:

  • Vandal resistant dome cameras
  • High quality bullet cameras
  • Pan, Tilt and Zoom cameras
  • Patrolling cameras
  • Number plate recognition cameras
  • Wireless Bridge technology
  • People Counting
  • Crowd Estimation
  • Heat Mapping
  • Loss Prevention Integration
Our Camera Range includes the following:

Tagmax's team of experienced security personnel will advise you on important matters such as:

  • The type of cameras and their locations
  • Lens specification
  • Correct type of recorder and storage calculations
  • Lighting
  • Remote access via Apps, and Viewing Software
  • Operator Training

If you have a project you would like to discuss, please contact our team on 0800 044 3160, we work with clients directly or through M&E consultants, Architects, Project Managers and Designers.

Frequently Asked Questions

CCTV systems offer several benefits, including:

  • Crime prevention and deterrence
  • Surveillance and monitoring
  • Evidence collection
  • Employee and public safety
  • Remote access and management
  • Operational monitoring

Choosing the right CCTV system involves considering several factors:

  • Purpose: Determine the specific objectives and requirements for the CCTV system, such as the area to be monitored, the level of detail required, and the desired functionality (e.g., facial recognition, license plate recognition).
  • Camera types
  • Resolution
  • Storage capacity
  • Scalability: Consider whether the system should be expandable in the future to accommodate additional cameras or features.
  • Integration: Determine if you need to integrate the CCTV system with other security or building management systems.
  • Budget

Yes, there are legal considerations when installing retail CCTV security systems. It is essential to comply with privacy laws and regulations to protect the rights of employees and customers. Some key points to consider include:

  • Disclosure
  • Privacy protection
  • Retention and access
  • Data security
  • Consultation with legal professionals
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