Video security technology has allowed us to go beyond merely recording video and reporting any alarms: as soon as an alarm is triggered, we are able to review a video clip to see who triggered the alarm and how.
This technological progress provides several benefits. With motion-activated security in place, you and/or law enforcement will be able to instantly see a short video clip allowing you to easily see if it’s a viable threat.
If it is a serious threat, then police will have instant visual information about the person or people in question, and that can help in making a quick capture. If it isn’t a threat, it can be easily dismissed — preventing the need for police to become involved at all.
Video verified security is all about immediate response: it puts the video in front of you and law enforcement so you can act quickly to keep your property secure. Faster response time can lead to more arrests, a lower amount of direct losses and a reduced need to rely on insurance companies to file claims and collect back losses.