The town of Exmouth, on the Devon coastline, has rolled out a cutting-edge closed-circuit television (CCTV) system to safeguard local businesses and residents in key areas suffering high levels of crime.
Worth £76,000, the innovative equipment features the latest high-definition cameras that are completely wireless, allowing them to be redeployed with ease wherever necessary. Wireless devices can also be ideal for upmarket retail outlets and high-end enterprises in the hospitality industry, as they provide a discreet presence compared to older models that require bulky cabling.
Businesses in the commercial sector planning a CCTV installation in Chester, Devon and other parts of the UK can count on certified electricians to fit equipment. Qualified to fit an extensive array of CCTV equipment, professional electrical contractors can also advise on the most dependable devices available on the current market.
The recently unveiled system boasts a total of 10 CCTV cameras, seven of which are strategically placed around town, while a further three are covering the esplanade.
Speaking to East Devon News, Chairman for the Exmouth CCTV Working Party, Councillor Fred Caygill, commented on the new system:
“I am confident that this system will contribute to continuing to make Exmouth a safe and happy place to work and relax in. The safety of the community is very important for a town such as ours which relies on tourism as a major factor in its local economy.”
Capable of capturing footage in high-definition resolution, the devices will provide strong support to local police, supplying clear evidence to crack crime with successful convictions.