Do you have shopping mall video surveillance so you know who is on your commercial property late at night? Trespassers are a common problem for shopping malls and centers and any open property like apartment buildings and office parks with parking lots. No business wants a reputation for undesirable visitors, whether they’re sleeping trespassers, homeless, drug users, or other transient traffic.
VIDEO: Watch Shopping Mall Surveillance Watches Criminals
Stealth provides live remote shopping mall video surveillance when your stores are closed and your staff has left. This video shows just a few of the many trespassing incidents that resulted in Stealth operators protecting our clients by activating speaker alarms and calling police.
Shopping mall video surveillance is a comfort to tenants and shoppers alike. Criminals tend to avoid properties with known video camera systems. But many retail properties don't have video cameras and very few provide live monitoring.
Loiterers can cause a range of problems for shopping mall and center owners and property management. They are a legal liability risk. Cars and trucks drag race and do donuts that break down the parking lot. Individuals can deface, litter, and vandalize landscaping, dumpsters, and buildings. They can use and distribute illegal drugs. And you have to clean up the mess and restore the mall to pristine condition, which costs you time and money and impacts your image.
When trespassers see that you lack shopping mall video surveillance, they can become regular visitors and be followed by criminals. Thieves can break into retail stores and offices through doors, storefronts, and the roof. Continued theft and physical damage can make it harder to sign tenants and raise rents, impacting property profitability.
Stealth Monitoring is a leader in proactive live shopping mall video surveillance with over 9,000 video cameras watched nationwide. Real-time video monitoring can detect and deter crime while reducing security guard and other expenses. A Stealth operator can see unusual activity, activate a speaker warning to deter trespassers, thieves, and criminals, and call the local police.