CCTV Security Systems

CCTV security cameras have traditionally been a strong visual deterrent to criminals as part of business security systems, but if an incident does occur, the footage provides clear evidence of what happened where, when, and who was involved. Modern systems also now provide a range of Artifical Intelligence led uses. The two main types of cameras are ‘fixed’, with a static field of view, and ‘pan / tilt / zoom’ which can rotate horizontally and vertically to be able to view a wider area.

We design, install, service, maintain and repair CCTV systems across a wide range of commercial premises.

CCTV Security System Applications

Office commercial lobby

Office buildings

Hospitality lobby

Hospitality and Leisure

Leisure gym

Sport and Recreation

Building and construction site security systems

Construction sites

Hi-tec facility security solutions

Technology centres

Logistics and warehouse security

Warehousing and Storage

Bespoke residential security solutions

Residential and Estates

Healthcare hospital

Healthcare

Security services for schools safeguarding pupils

Schools and Colleges

Why choose Securus (UK) Ltd for your CCTV Security System?

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Customer Testimonials

  • Right from the outset I realised that Securus were large enough to skilfully spec, design and install our security systems, but small enough to care about me and treat us brilliantly. I suspect that is what most small business owners want.

    They were super flexible always friendly and happy to adapt to our last-minute requests. 

    (Watch the video as Matt talks about his experience dealing with Securus.)

    Matt Turner

    MD, Clownfish Events

  • You have worked with us for the past 9 years during which time you designed, installed, expanded, and maintained our Paxton door and external gate security system. Securus has also installed and maintained our CCTV.

    As a school we continue to appreciate and rely on your understanding of the safeguarding challenges, your expertise, responsive approach and customer focus. We we will be happy to provide a more detailed reference if required by a prospective client.

    Carole Dickie

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are CCTV cameras static or can they be moved to view things?

    Are CCTV cameras static or can they be moved to view things?

    There are generally two types of CCTV camera – static and ‘pan, tilt & zoom’ (PTZ). A static CCTV camera gives you a fixed view of an area you wish to monitor or protect; however a PTZ camera can be controlled by a either an operator using a joystick, artificial intelligence software, or linked to detectors or motion sensors to control the movement of the camera. The advantage of a PTZ camera is that you can change the view to cover a larger area where required.

    There are generally two types of CCTV camera – static and ‘pan, tilt & zoom’ (PTZ). A static CCTV camera gives you a fixed view of an area you wish to monitor or protect; however a PTZ camera can be controlled by a either an operator using a joystick, artificial intelligence software, or linked to detectors or motion sensors to control the movement of the camera. The advantage of a PTZ camera is that you can change the view to cover a larger area where required.

  • How long will recorded images be stored on my CCTV system?

    How long will recorded images be stored on my CCTV system?

    This can depend on several factors – number of CCTV cameras; size of the hard drive in the NVR (Network Video Recorder) or DVR (Digital Video Recorder); record resolution settings; and activity on site. However we would consider all those factors when recommending a system and the aim would be to retain images for 20-28 days. We can also help you address any data protection considerations.

    This can depend on several factors – number of CCTV cameras; size of the hard drive in the NVR (Network Video Recorder) or DVR (Digital Video Recorder); record resolution settings; and activity on site. However we would consider all those factors when recommending a system and the aim would be to retain images for 20-28 days. We can also help you address any data protection considerations.

  • What is the difference between an IP and an analogue CCTV system?

    What is the difference between an IP and an analogue CCTV system?

    An analogue system uses CCTV cameras that are hard wired to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR), whereas an IP system uses a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and can connect to CCTV cameras on your network. This can potentially negate the need for excessive cabling, although cameras can be wired to the NVR where possible. As a general rule IP cameras can have a higher frame rate at higher definition meaning better images are captured. If you would like to know more about the differences, or have any questions about the image quality you might need for your system, please call us to discuss your requirements.

    You might also be interested in this article: Upgrading Your Analogue CCTV System

    An analogue system uses CCTV cameras that are hard wired to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR), whereas an IP system uses a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and can connect to CCTV cameras on your network. This can potentially negate the need for excessive cabling, although cameras can be wired to the NVR where possible. As a general rule IP cameras can have a higher frame rate at higher definition meaning better images are captured. If you would like to know more about the differences, or have any questions about the image quality you might need for your system, please call us to discuss your requirements.

    You might also be interested in this article: Upgrading Your Analogue CCTV System

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