Arrest Video: Remote Surveillance Camera Catches Sleeper

Posted by Rick Charney on January 3, 2018

At 1:43am a live monitored remote surveillance camera showed a man walking on a California shopping center street near the entrance. He proceeds to walk onto the wet grass, remove a coat, and lie down to sleep. The Stealth operator watching the video activated a warning speaker. The individual did not leave.

WATCH THE VIDEO: Remote Surveillance Camera Catches Sleeper - Shopping Center Security

The Stealth monitor called the Fairfield, California police. Two police cars arrived. Police officers spoke with the man and took him into custody.

Remote surveillance camera monitoring is part of $85 billion global security guard and monitoring service market, according to the Security Magazine article How Remote Monitoring Can Combine Services and Surveillance. Live surveillance takes advantage of high definition video cameras and Internet connectivity.

Additionally remote surveillance camera manufacturers and service providers like Stealth Monitoring provide intelligence through video analytics and automated monitoring and alerting. This technology improves the detection of motion in the remote video field and service of remote camera and network equipment. These video efficiencies bring down overall security costs for enterprise security managers and shopping center and commercial property owners. Remote video surveillance cameras with live video monitoring can reduce live on-site security guards and other personnel, as well as related expenses like benefits, uniforms, vehicles, and office space.

According to the article, "when you combine remote video surveillance concepts with basic guarding and monitoring, service costs can be dramatically reduced without lowering the service quality. Some examples of basic guarding operations that can be replaced with remote video surveillance services are: remote identification and verification, remote tours, remote escorts and remote customer service via kiosk-like systems."

Fairfield is located between San Francisco and Sacramento in northern California. Fairfield was founded in 1856 by ship captain Robert Waterman. It was named after his former hometown of Fairfield, Connecticut. Fairfield is the home of Travis Air Force Base and Jelly Belly jelly beans.

Stealth Monitoring is a leader in proactive live surveillance with over 9,000 video cameras watched nationwide. A monitored remote surveillance camera can detect and deter trespassers, theft, and crime, while reducing security guard and other expenses. A Stealth operator can see unusual activity like this loiterer, activate a speaker warning, and call the local police.

Please contact Stealth today for more information on remote surveillance camera security solutions to protect your shopping center. Visit our web site to see actual videos of criminals being apprehended at shopping centers, malls, office buildings, warehouses, and other commercial businesses.

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