There's conventional Town Centre CCTV ...
Throughout the United Kingdom, conventional Town Centre (TC) Closed Circuit Television schemes have increasingly developed along the lines of active systems.
Safety Net© provides an alternative framework for adopting community based CCTV schemes, that are often far better suited to the areas crime reduction requirements.
With a Safety Net© approach, the network of fixed cameras provides an exceptional degree of 'optimised' camera coverage, coupled with effective passive Evidential Quality Recording.
So what are the major benefits of a Safety Net © CCTV scheme?
Well if you consider the average cost for installing a conventional camera scheme in a small town, there wouldnt be too much change out of £ 250,000 (Euros or US $ 350- 450,000).
So what is the major difference between a conventional active approach to CCTV system design, and the much lower cost passive Safety Net© concept.Put simply, the active systems rely heavily on an operators ability to spot or predict an incident using a remote control CCTV camera Which in general terms is not a particularly efficient approach to tackling crime; a Safety Net© strategy is very, very different.
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