The Company Everyday you see at least one news story of how video surveillance cameras played a role in identifying or apprehending a criminal in the act of committing a crime. Video surveillance is proving to be the most effective and affordable way to deter and curb crime, as well as manage a business when you can’t be there. Its use is exploding around the world as a result. Now you can afford this new tool as well.
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With increasing crime in schools at the forefront of national news, video surveillance is considered to be an affordable way to better monitor activities in halls and classrooms. Until now these systems were closed circuit systems, and only allowed officials and law enforcement to view from the principal’s or security officer’s office onsite. The ability to view remotely or after hours was not possible.

Chances are the outcome at Columbine High School or Virginia Tech would have been drastically improved had the police been able to view the situation unfolding inside those buildings from outside of the school.

Omni-Watch Systems has developed a cost effective system that can be viewed over our website with a secure login and password by as many officials as necessary, 24 hours a day - seven days a week. In the event of a situation police and administrators have the ability to observe in real time, or retrieve recorded video history from the secure archives for use in evacuation planning, apprehension, and prosecution.

Nursing homes and hospitals can also benefit from this system for staff and patient management. Let us show you how.

For more information, contact us today! Toll free (866) 511-4800 or email info@omni-watch.com.

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