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Video Surveillance Systems For CourthousesMore courthouses are installing the latest technology in CCTV
For obvious reasons, courthouses must maintain a high level of security and having a system that can utilize state-of-the-art features can raise the level of security to an incalculable degree. Video surveillance systems can augment any already-existing security measures in place, such as metal detectors, guards and bailiffs to comprise a security arsenal that is invaluable to the safety of courtroom employees and visitors.
The security camera systems are providing city building officials with a level of surveillance and monitoring that cannot be duplicated with a VHS system. Most security measures that are met in a courthouse focus on the inside of the building, but with a video surveillance system, the outside of the building can be monitored simultaneously with the inside. All this can be remotely viewed and controlled from on or off-site locations.
All recordings are automatically stored digitally with no VHS Tapes!
Video is available to all computers on the network. Video files can be easily duplicated by anyone on the network. There even is a CD-Rom device that can put evidence on a CD-Rom. The files can be played back on any windows computer.
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Our Security Consultants Recommend placing cameras in the following areas of courthouses:
- All corners of the building outside
- All hallways inside
- All elevators
- The basement
- The boiler room
- The courtroom
- The jail (if there is one in city hall)
- The parking garage attached to the building (if there is one affiliated with city hall)
- Any other areas the city or township deems appropriate or necessary