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CCTV

DiCAN offers a wide range of CCTV products - too many options to list on our site.  For application and environment specific hardware recommendations and pricing, please fill out the 'Request a Quote' option on this page and we'll be happy to contact you with more details.

Request A Quote

DiCAN offers a wide range of CCTV products - too many options to list on our site.  For application and environment specific hardware recommendations and pricing, please fill out the 'Request a Quote' option on this page and we'll be happy to contact you with more details.

Some primary considerations for implementing a CCTV solution include:

Preventing Crime:

If you're worried about crime, cameras can not only catch criminals in the act, but the very presence of CCTV systems can make a would-be criminal think twice about any wrong-doing. Think about it, if you planned rob or vandalize a store or office, would you want to do it if you knew you were being recorded?

Protect and train your staff:

CCTV can help protect your staff against false accusations (from colleagues or customers) as well as from workplace hazards.  Hazardous conditions can potentially be seen by management from remote software viewing and addressed before someone is injured.  Should an incident happen, training measures can then be taken using incident footage to ensure a repeat does not occur.

Prevent employee theft:

If you suspects one of your employees of wrong-doing but don't know where to begin to try to get to the bottom of things, a camera can be a very helpful tool. Cameras posted near temptation zones not only can show you if an employee is stealing, but may even deter an employee from committing a crime if they know you're watching.

Produce evidence:

If a crime is committed in or around your business and the person accused of committing the crime was caught on camera, you've got an extra piece of evidence for a court case. Jurors and judges can watch footage or view photos from your security cameras and establish that the person on trial did indeed commit the crime. Not only will you be preventing the same person from causing you more trouble in the future, you'll be helping out your entire community.

Help law enforcement solve crime:

When someone commits a crime and is caught on camera, police and other law enforcement officials can use the footage to release video or photos to the public via various media outlets. Having a picture of the suspect can make a world of difference when it comes to making an arrest and getting dangerous criminal off the street.