CCTV is not just for security!

by / Tuesday, 30 March 2021 / Published in brisbane, CCTV, residential security

CCTV camera systems are an effective way to increase security for both home and business and CCTV is a proven and effective way to assist in lowering the risk of crime. However, it has other beneficial uses to provide you with the ability to check your home and loved ones when you are not there.

Keep an eye out on your fur babies and their mischief when you are not at home. This is a classic example of how CCTV cameras can provide you with the information you need to keep your loved ones safe and sound.

Harvey, a loved fur baby, had an accident whilst his owner was at work, which resulted in a serious injury to his rear paw, requiring major surgery and rehabilitation. The problem was, when the owner got home from work, they could not work out how the accident happened as Harvey was inside after another family member had arrived home earlier and did not notice the injury.

A quick playback of the CCTV System revealed the moment the accident occurred and provided the owner with important information to provide to the veterinary surgeon. Using an app on their phone, the owner was able to quickly and easily access live view and playback footage.

A screen shot of the footage shows Harvey pulling the cat stand on top of himself, causing the injury.


CCTV is not only a deterrent to reduce crime, but also a useful tool to monitor activity at your home or office.

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Mick Randall

Mick Randall

Service Coordinator at Network Locksmiths and Security
Mick Randall is Service Coordinator at Network Locksmiths and Security and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Locksmith and Electronic Security Industry. A qualified Master Locksmith and over 8 years experience, Mick has implemented security projects on a national scale with some of Australia's largest companies.
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