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Essex police surveillance op cuts burglaries

Essex police, under Operation Bright Shadow, have been both following and using surveillance cameras to keep an eye on known offenders of burglary and petty theft. The operation is believed to have cut these sorts of crimes in Laindon, Essex by 54% compared to the same period of time last year. Full story.

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CCTV, Surveillance & Spy products – best sellers

Our website automatically generates an online, top 5, best seller list of our CCTV and spy products – as at 23rd April 09 the list consists of : 1. Infrared Trail Camera (all in one unit, long life battery, weatherproof case, infrared, motion detection, stills or video footage, SD card memory) 2. 2.4GHz 7dBi High Gain Antenna (ideal for trying to increase the wireless range between your 2.4GHz wireless camera and your 2.4GHz receiver) 3....

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CCTV – Technical Advancements

CCTV, as most of you would be aware, is a surveillance technique used to monitor a destination remotely by the help of close circuit TV cameras.  It has proved to be a useful technique and is employed extensively to prevent crimes, thefts and burglaries. It has also found application in traffic control, transport safety and in industrial processes where there are certain areas which are harmful for human beings. From the time CCTV technology first...

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CCTV to catch football hooligans in Belfast

CCTV footage is being studied by police in Belfast as they try to pinpoint and catch the football hooligans that marred the recent World Cup Qualifier between Northern Ireland and Poland. Northern Irealnd won the game 3-2 at Windsor Park but trouble erupted between the two sets of fans both before and after the match.  9 people were arrested, however 5 have since been released without charge. There was some damage to local shops, homes...

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CCTV reveals KFC burglar was shop manager!

Workers at a Nottingham branch of Kentucky Fried Chicken were asked to look through CCTV footage in the hope that they may recognise the culprit and it turned out to be the shift manager! Apparently staff recognised his stooping walk and the shape of his head! Nottingham Crown Court heard how Paul Lewis, 25, had made off with £13,000 in takings.  Mr Lewis had lied on his job application form, claiming he had no previous...

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