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WCCTV Site Security Cameras Prevent 38 Thefts in February

During February, WCCTV's managed Site Security Cameras helped catch or prevent 38 attempted break-ins to our clients' construction and critical national infrastructure sites. 

As the UK's leading supplier of rapid deployment CCTV Towers for site security, WCCTV prides itself on supplying our own manufactured electronic security systems backed by a comprehensive managed service that includes installation, alarm monitoring, ongoing maintenance, technical support and reporting.  

WCCTV's rapid deployment CCTV Towers, backed by our NSI Gold Alarm receiving centre, delivers a proactive site security solution that is up to 86% cheaper than man guards with zero compromises on quality or effectiveness.

Below is our Catch of the Month video for February, which demonstrates our site security offering's effectiveness.

A WCCTV Site Tower automatically detects activity on-site. This activity is verified by our monitoring station who issue an audio warning to the trespassers. The trespassers quickly depart without any damage or loss of property caused. 

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WCCTV - Managed CCTV and Security Services for Construction Sites

WCCTV is the UK's leading provider of fully managed construction site security services.

Whether you're looking for site security for temporary construction or demolition projects, time lapse video production, onsite communications, remote access to project manage a site or review health and safety, or the complete package, WCCTV can supply you with a bespoke solution on a sale or rental basis.

Our site security services' quality, reliability, and competitive pricing are the reason we have more active systems nationwide with leading construction and demolition companies than any other supplier.

To learn more about how we can protect your sites contact us today on 0800 470 4630 or email sales@wcctv.com.

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