This month’s focus: The Benefits of Proactive Video Monitoring
As the owner or manager of a commercial property, at some point, you will consider a security system to help protect your tenants, staff and property. Video surveillance systems can be divided into two categories: proactive and reactive. The difference can mean deterring a crime before it happens and minimizing damage, or simply reacting to a situation after it occurs, which could have costly consequences. Which one is right for your property?
Q: How else can proactive video monitoring benefit my business?
A: One way remote video monitoring can help is by improving your business processes. Our trained operators can see whether doors have been closed properly, lights are off, entryways are clean and clear, and if there are any potential dangers that could harm an individual on your property. They will then provide you with timely reporting and video evidence if necessary.
Property Damage Liability
Proactive video monitoring can help you prove liability. During monitoring hours, a trained video surveillance operator can watch apartment complexes, parking garages, office buildings or any other type of commercial property in real-time to spot any unusual activity. If an incident takes place during non-monitoring hours, the recorded footage can be analyzed by a video review team and used as evidence in property damage liability cases. >> Read more