CCTV systems (security camera systems) are the most common form of security in public places. CCTV systems can be a controversial subject as not everyone supports the need for security camera surveillance in public places due the fear of personal privacy being invaded. In this regard, do you believe that having a CCTV in public places will help prevent or lessen crimes? www.eclipsesecurity.com.au/commercial-industrial-security/public-places/
With a wireless burglar alarm system such as SimpliSafe (simplisafe.com), you just "peel and stick" the motion detectors, door-opening sensors, and keypads into position, and they'll sync wirelessly. You can also get smoke and carbon monoxide alarms—and operate the system remotely from a smartphone app. A cellular connection transmits a signal to a call center for 24/7 monitoring, all for about $15 a month. | Photo: SimpliSafe.com | thisoldhouse.com
Laser Tripwire: This security device takes snapshots of the intruder and upload it to the internet once the laser wires are triggered. In addition, it will also set off an alarm confusing the thief; thus, they are unaware that their picture is being uploaded on social networking websites. With that said, even if he escapes, the picture taken will help the police authorities with their investigation.