When surveillance may be the best course of action

Whether you like it or not, development of surveillance in modern times has helped to keep crime low and protected many people from injury or even death. Surveillance is a great way of keeping your area and the people inside it under close watch, so you have evidence to hand if it is needed for any disciplinary action.

The T-Class Security team at our security company London has seen many instances in which installing surveillance is the best next step, so we thought we would share some with you. If you are in any of these positions, T-Class Security can help with dedicated surveillance methods.

Misuse of a company vehicle

Unfortunately, in some cases, employees think they can get away with a breach of conduct purely because they are under the assumption that they won’t get caught for it. But, if you as a member of management are under suspicion that a company vehicle is being misused on the premises, or have physical evidence to prove this, surveillance could be your best course of action.

Which kind of surveillance you deploy is completely your choice, but we here at T-Class Security, one of the top security services in London are on hand to provide you with the expert advice you may need in order to make the most well informed choice.

The welfare of your loved ones

We all, of course, want to see our loved ones in the best hands possible, and at no risk of being hurt. With this in mind, you may want to invest in some kind of surveillance if you feel like the risk is too great and you feel a need to get involved. This is something we see rarely here at T-Class, but we are still happy to assist, using our expertise to work with you so you can feel comfortable implementing the surveillance method of your choice.

Compliance to COVID guidelines

With COVID-19 taking over our lives in 2020, many businesses have had to change their way of operating, and what to look out for when people, whether this be visitors, customers or staff are on their premises!

One such rule that has been in effect since the initial March lockdown has been social distancing. We’re sure you know what this is already, but it is, if possible, keeping a safe distance of around 2 metres away from anyone else.

Many facilities have combatted this with screens or designated areas, but for some places, this simply isn’t possible, which is where a surveillance camera comes in. This can record who is (or isn’t) complying with the guidelines set out by you as a property owner or the government, so they can be identified and punished in due course.

Recognising abuse in a care setting

As has been unfortunately well documented in recent years, a large section of abuse occurs in the care sector against vulnerable individuals. In some case, relatives are understandably concerned about the quality of care that is being given.

Surveillance can go a long way to reassuring them, by quickly distinguishing if any such abuse is taking place. If this is the case, it can be dealt with effectively and quickly, will all of the required evidence needed to hand for immediate access.

Requesting surveillance in a care home should only be resorted to if other avenues have already been used. It can prove a quite complicated process to implement surveillance in a patient’s private care home setting due to privacy and intrusion legislation and legal processes etc.

Contact us

Would you like some advice on what surveillance method could work best for your situation? The team of experts at T-Class Security can help. With over 20 years of experience as one of the most trusted security companies in London, we can guarantee we will provide you with the most helpful information around.

To contact one of our team, you can get in touch with our office via telephone 24/7! Simply call us on 020 3794 8182 or email us at info@t-class.co.uk and we will respond as soon as we can. You can also fill out our online enquiry form with simple access if this is more convenient for you.

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