Should we have more Public Security Cameras?The United Kingdom has more security cameras per capita, especially in places like London, than anywhere else. Is it an intrusion on your privacy or do they meet a real need? Living in the Gold Coast we experience loutish behavior, especially in Surfers Paradise. Each year there is an influx of school leavers, and during the peak school holidays plenty of families choose the Gold Coast for their ho
Australian Security Survey for Householders Footprint Security is a member of Australian Security Industry Association (ASIAL) who have suggested the following information and tips for householders in Australia.Their recent security survey has revealed some interesting facts and risks that many householders take with their valuables.
Security Concerns on the rise in Australia and WorldwideSafety concerns both at home and in the community continue to rise. Each time we watch the news there is another assault, home invasion or murder. With unrest throughout the world by religious factions such as ISIS, and general unease with the movement of such groups, people want to feel more secure.
How effective is CCTV in Solving Crimes?I found an interesting article about the use of surveillance cameras to solve crimes. On average, Scotland Yard solves 65 murder cases out of 90 each year, purely by identifying the perpetrators on film or by tracking them from location to location.It’s well known that the United Kingdom has a high percentage of public CCTV cameras, and Australia is fast catching up. Although some complain about lo