Noth­ing is more valu­able to you than your home and the secu­ri­ty it rep­re­sents for your loved ones. It’s also crit­i­cal that whether you’re home or not, you’ve got peace of mind about the secu­ri­ty of your home. While you may already have a home secu­ri­ty sys­tem, adding a video sur­veil­lance sys­tem pro­vides an unmatched lev­el of secu­ri­ty and peace of mind. While Toron­to is rel­a­tive­ly safe, crimes hap­pen, and a mul­ti-faceted secu­ri­ty approach is the best way.

An Extra Pair of Eyes

Aside from deter­ring poten­tial break-ins, a video sur­veil­lance sys­tem will act as a sec­ond pair of eyes when you can’t be there to keep watch on your Toron­to prop­er­ty. Maybe you have a recur­ring prop­er­ty crime issue. A video sur­veil­lance sys­tem will tell you if it’s neigh­bour­hood teens or you should involve law enforce­ment. Per­haps you’re away often, on busi­ness, or at a sum­mer cab­in. The video sur­veil­lance is a visu­al log of every­thing that hap­pened around your prop­er­ty while you were away. A visu­al record of any crim­i­nal occur­rence ben­e­fits the police and your insur­ance com­pa­ny. Maybe you want to keep an extra eye on your kids and pets.

A Poten­tial Crime Log

Although crime rates in the Toron­to area have decreased over the past ten years, pet­ty prop­er­ty theft has remained sta­ble, and the police force resources are stretched thin­ner than ever. Should a crime occur on your prop­er­ty, hav­ing a video of it will make it much more like­ly that law enforce­ment will pur­sue the case. They will have evi­dence to go on, and if they catch the crim­i­nal, they will have evi­dence to pros­e­cute.

Most impor­tant­ly, a video sur­veil­lance sys­tem will send a clear sig­nal to any­one intend­ing to break in—the peace of mind you’ll gain is well worth it.

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Allan Baum
Security Industry veteran with over 30+ years in the industry. Founded family owned and operated Protection Plus in 1994 with his wife and has overseen its growth since. In addition to working with his wife and son, Allan has assigned the role of Chief Canine Officer to his trusted dog Waub, who joins him at the office every day.