A charity organisation based in Henley, Oxfordshire is set to receive support from a new closed-circuit television (CCTV) system in reaction to acts of vandalism.
Headway is a charity dedicated to those suffering from brain injuries, and it is based on Greys Road in Brunner Hall. The new system, which is equipped with three CCTV cameras, has been designed to act as a deterrent against the anti-social activities and property damage that the organisation has become a target for.
A report made to the local council listed damage to garden furniture and the hall’s roof, and evidence of drug consumption and broken bottles have become regular occurrences at the premises.
Headway’s manager, Jamie Higgins, commented recently to the Henley Standard:
“I didn’t want to go down the route of us having CCTV. But it’s not nice for staff to come on Monday morning and clear up a load of rubbish and fix things that may be broken.”
Non-profit organisations and commercial enterprises alike requiring a CCTV installation in Chester, Henley and other areas around the UK can depend on certified electricians to fit devices. Able to advise on the most cutting-edge cameras available, from thermographic options that sense skin temperatures to wireless devices with infrared night-vision, professional electrical contractors can complete any installation necessary.
The issue of the new system’s introduction was resolved recently, and a recommendation was made that the cost of the CCTV installation should be funded from the local council’s budget for capital expenditure.