AlertSystems Responds to CCTV Aiding in Capture of Vandal

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Leading business security provider, AlertSystems, has responded to a news story detailing how CCTV helped in the capture of a vandal.

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Vandalism can be a persistent problem for a variety of businesses ranging from office buildings to retail premises.

A 35 year old man who damaged two shop windows has been charged with criminal damage after he was caught on CCTV, reports the Bury Free Press in 'Window Smasher Caught on CCTV' published May 28.

According to the newspaper, the man damaged two windows in Bury St Edmunds at 3.30am on Saturday morning, smashing the windows of Clinton Cards and Shoe Zone in Buttermarket. He was captured after his actions were recorded by a local CCTV surveillance system.

AlertSystems stress the benefits of having an effective security system to protect business premises. Vandalism in particular is a common problem for all types of commercial premises, resulting in significant disruption to the business and thousands of pounds worth of damage.

A spokesperson from AlertSystems said:

“Vandalism can be a persistent problem for a variety of businesses ranging from office buildings to retail premises. These incidents usually happen in the middle of the night or at times when a building is unmanned and it can be difficult to catch and identify perpetrators. By installing a CCTV security system and an External Deterrent System you significantly increase the opportunity to prevent an incident from taking place.”

AlertSystems manage and maintain over 5000 security installations throughout the UK and are specialists in providing business security solutions. Offering professional service and a complete range of security services such as monitored alarm systems, Automatic Number Plate Recognition and Avigilon CCTV security systems. AlertSystems offers effective and reliable solutions to security problems.

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