We provide services for several industries throughout the southern New Jersey area including:

  • Corporate Offices
  • Government Buildings
  • Casino Resorts, Hotels & Motels
  • Restaurants and Retail Outlets
  • Healthcare Facilities and Schools

Video surveillance in the workplace protects both your company and employees. Through deterrence as well as protecting assets from frivolous claims, video camera installation systems have the ability to save your company thousands of dollars in damages and litigation.

The cost of our 10-camera system is about $7,500. Our prices are considerably less than the $13,000 average price tag charged by most alarm companies as identified by Security Sales and Integration website. The cost-effective protection these systems provide can easily outweigh the damages associated with criminal activity or negligible allegations at your worksite.

Protect the Company

Video surveillance systems can reduce the headaches of theft and vandalism by preventing it from happening in the first place.
With research showing video cameras to be an effective deterrent to crime, business owners can save themselves a lot of time and aggravation from making repairs to their facilities and spending hours on the phone with insurance adjusters and vendors.

Interior and exterior video surveillance systems are effective tools in battling employee theft as well helping police conduct investigations on other criminal activity.

Having these systems in place, particularly during the off season here at the Jersey shore, provides that extra layer of protection if the building is closed for any length of time.

Protect the Employees

Video surveillance systems protect employees both directly and indirectly. From monitoring after-hour parking lots to protecting staff from unwanted visitors, video surveillance captures real-time images providing a safer environment for your employees to thrive.

If established, a video system will record instances of employee abuse or harassment towards other employees, which can be used as evidence against the antagonist. By alerting you to potentially damaging behavior you can avoid costly personnel issues with proper intervention.


Managers and supervisors can use video surveillance to monitor employee productivity, determine job performance areas where the employee needs improvement and insure that employees follow company safety rules.

Maintenance employees can use video surveillance cameras to detect equipment that needs repair and equipment that is operating in an unsafe manner.

Because employees, managers and supervisors cannot be everywhere at once, a video surveillance system monitors productivity without hiring additional personnel.

Customer Activity

Retail establishments have the ability to use video surveillance to monitor illicit customer behavior. For example, if a customer claims to have fallen due to a reported hazard, you can review surveillance footage to track the events that may have led to that claim.

Video surveillance can clarify exchanges between clients and your employees. If the customer is looking for financial compensation because she claims your employee offended them in some way, and the video footage depicts otherwise, you can present evidence to support your employeeĆ­s case.





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