Arrest Video: Remote Security Camera Catches Serial Office Thief

Posted by David Charney on March 7, 2016

An office complex burglar learns not to return where there is a remote security camera in this Catch of the Month video. Stealth Monitoring operators recognized this van from past burglaries and called the police.

WATCH THE VIDEO: Now Hosted on Stealth - Remote Security Camera Catches Serial Office Thief

A remote security camera watches two men park in this office parking lot. The suspected serial thieves carry tools and look at office units at the back of the office building. The police arrive and the men flee. One suspect is arrested.

The Police Chief magazine calls itself "The Professional Voice of Law Enforcement." It's supported by the International Association of Chiefs of Police. A Police Chief article on technology to better secure U.S. borders focuses on the importance of the remote security camera in their Remote Video Surveillance System. Video cameras are critical for effective security to watch remote areas where companies and government agencies don't have staff.

Multiple remote security cameras can be strategically placed to watch for suspicious activity. Video cameras can be installed to overlap for full coverage during both night and daytime. Cameras can focus in different directions and on specific access points. A movable remote security camera like a PTZ video camera can follow activity across its field of view.

The U.S. Customs Remote Video Surveillance System is so remote that some remote security camera sites are powered by solar energy and generators. The technology enables the U.S. agency to watch prime crossing points for illegal traffickers and deploy their security guards where needed.

U.S. Customs has trained staff to monitor their Remote Video Surveillance System and take action. What about your auto dealership, shopping center, warehouse, apartment complex, self storage business, or office building? If you have theft, crime, or high value assets, who's watching your cameras? Stealth can install and watch a remote security camera at locations throughout your property, such as the entrance in the Stealth video, as well as gates, fences, parking lots, storefronts, buildings, and rooftops.

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

Please contact Stealth today for more information on our remote security camera and solutions to help protect your office buildings. Visit our web site to see actual videos of criminals being apprehended at offices complexes and other businesses.

A remote security camera watches two men park in this office parking lot. The suspected serial thieves carry tools and look at office units at the back of the office building. The police arrive and the men flee. One suspect is arrested.

The Police Chief magazine calls itself "The Professional Voice of Law Enforcement." It's supported by the International Association of Chiefs of Police. A Police Chief article on technology to better secure U.S. borders focuses on the importance of the remote security camera in their Remote Video Surveillance System. Video cameras are critical for effective security to watch remote areas where companies and government agencies don't have staff.

Multiple remote security cameras can be strategically placed to watch for suspicious activity. Video cameras can be installed to overlap for full coverage during both night and daytime. Cameras can focus in different directions and on specific access points. A movable remote security camera like a PTZ video camera can follow activity across its field of view.

The U.S. Customs Remote Video Surveillance System is so remote that some remote security camera sites are powered by solar energy and generators. The technology enables the U.S. agency to watch prime crossing points for illegal traffickers and deploy their security guards where needed.

U.S. Customs has trained staff to monitor their Remote Video Surveillance System and take action. What about your auto dealership, shopping center, warehouse, apartment complex, self storage business, or office building? If you have theft, crime, or high value assets, who's watching your cameras? Stealth can install and watch a remote security camera at locations throughout your property, such as the entrance in the Stealth video, as well as gates, fences, parking lots, storefronts, buildings, and rooftops.

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

Please contact Stealth today for more information on our remote security camera and solutions to help protect your office buildings. Visit our web site to see actual videos of criminals being apprehended at offices complexes and other businesses.

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