British government needs to investment in far superior quality CCTV Cameras. Evidence in support of this is quite shocking.

By on December 19th, 2018

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The government spends a lot of public money on installing CCTV Camera systems. More than 500 million has been spent on protecting the city of London and more is being invested across Britain. The tax payer also pays for the court’s time and for the judicial machineray to help put the bad guys behind bars. It is a real shame that most of the technology that the government is spending on is not the most advanced. CCTV Camera London wants to ask the government what is the point of having CCTV cameras that take pixelated or grainy pictures? Night cameras that provide pictures that look like an untidy canvas of oil painting. Our iPhones and latest cameras have high mega pixels and can capture near to real pictures, which if you zoom in provides you a good detailed view. Our courts will save so much time and our police will be able to get clues and evidence without wasting months to find the wrong doers if the CCTV cameras installed are of a high quality. Case in point, are the latest two crimes which could have been solved very quickly if the video footage captured was of a high quality.

1) CCTV images released of Suffolk digger bank raid
Police have released CCTV images of a digger being used to rip out a cash machine from a bank in Suffolk.Thieves targeted a Lloyds TSB branch, in Hadleigh, at about 03:30 BST on Wednesday. The digger had been taken from a nearby building site. A small dark hatchback car was spotted being driven away from the scene. The Lloyds Banking Group is offering a £25,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-17700118)

2) Ashley Finlay death: CCTV appeal for witnesses
CCTV images of five people who may have witnessed a fatal attack in Derby have been released by police. Ashley Finlay, 24, of Spondon, died soon after being found near the The Old Bell Hotel in Sadler Gate, Derby, at 03:30 BST on 9 April. Police said a couple and three men who used the nearby Lloyds TSB cash machine may have important information. 29-year-old man has been charged with murder while a 45-year-old man is on police bail. The man in the couple was described as having dark hair and was wearing a dark, long-sleeved top and dark jeans. He had facial hair and appeared to be smoking.The woman was described as white with shoulder-length blonde hair. She wore a dress or skirt underneath a pale mid-thigh-length coat. She also wore high heeled shoes and carried a pale bag over her shoulder.The group of three men were all white and wore dark trousers. Two wore white long-sleeved shirts and one wore a dark long-sleeved top. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-17712803)

You can see for yourself that the lives of investigators would have become so easy if the cameras were of a superior quality. What is the use of having CCTV camera systems that are old and weary? This is a very big issue and we want the British public to voice its opinion on and have themselves heard. We want Britain to be protected by the latest CCTV equipment, not old and tired piece of technology. If you would like to know what is the latest CCTV technology that you can install at your office or home then please feel free to drop us a line. You can contact us directly on -020 7627 4402 or email us on [email protected]

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