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CCTV.co.uk’s findings show a rise in missing parcels this Christmas season

Busy couriers are leaving parcels in bins, in gardens and under cars, Christmas 2017 is the year that the Festive Season arrived by mail order. However, in many cases the deliveries aren't quite getting through, and it's driving customers up the wall. That's the findings of a national CCTV installer which has been collecting tales of customer outrage after couriers and postal workers have failed in the final hurdle – trying to find a safe place for a package when there's nobody at home....

Trick or Treat? CCTV.co.uk report shows tricks are more scary than treats for frightened homeowners

The trend for gangs of youths to use Halloween as an excuse to reign terror on neighbourhoods is predicted to rise in 2017. The survey carried out by CCTV.co.uk as part of their Fear of Crime Survey suggests that many people worry about Halloween. Damage to homes and cars Vanessa from Sheffield says: “It’s not all cute kids in fancy dress with buckets asking for sweets round here, some are nasty and we’ve seen eggs and flour being thrown on cars and at house windows especiall...

Should video of public places be made available to the public?

If a video surveillance system is installed using public funds, should the resulting video therefore be accessible to the public? A poll in the United Kingdom suggests the majority of Britons think it should. 64 percent of 1,345 people surveyed believe that British taxpayers, who pay for cameras placed in public places, should have access to the video feeds through live web streaming. The survey was conducted by installer CCTV.co.uk. There could be advantages to providing public access to vide...

CCTV.co.uk calls for mandatory installation of security cameras in all new buildings in the fight against crime

CCTV.co.uk is convinced that installation and maintenance of security cameras is an investment that will pay for itself The installation of CCTV cameras should be mandatory in all new domestic and commercial premises, says a leading British security company. Just like pro-active care initiatives in the NHS – deterring crime before it happens will lead to huge savings for the Police long-term. Fitting CCTV in homes and businesses as standard will virtually pay for itself...

November shaping up to be a record month for CCTV installations in London says CCTV.co.uk

According to CCTV.co.uk, November also sees a surge in past customers having their existing CCTV systems serviced November is shaping up to be a record month for CCTV installations in London, a leading security company says. The clocks going back to winter time, fear of crime and recent statistics suggesting that November is the peak month for burglaries mean that companies and households are giving serious consideration to beefing up their security. UK-based company CCTV.co...