Digital camera recording triggered by motion detectors or movement at a property
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CCTV technology is being enlisted to help catch callous thieves who stole charity boxes. A man was captured on surveillance coverage taking one at Bicester on November 9. Police have released a CCTV image of this incident, one of the three-ft (90cm) high dog-shaped boxes being taken. PC Gary Archer of British Transport Police said: “This is a sad case that has seen charity boxes taken from a public space.” Two of the boxes have since been recovered empty.
Digital Camera and Recording Systems from CCTV Surveillance multiply the methods available to monitor movement and access within a specific area. CCTV footage generated by your camera network is recorded on a dedicated digital video recorder, which can be located either onsite or offsite. Triggered by motion detectors or movement on a CCTV camera, the DVR only records footage of activity so no ‘dead time’ is unnecessarily stored. Sophisticated buffering means that the DVR also records events of up to five minutes previous to the ‘trigger’.