Using hidden CCTV cameras in the workplace
Disclaimer: The following is not legal advice, it is our opinion, formed over many years in the electronic surveillance business and having consulted various legal professionals for advice along the way.
Customers sometimes ask why they should use our covert camera systems when they can buy a cheap spy camera from a flea market or from an online seller for much less than what we charge for our systems.
The executive summary is this:
- Apples and oranges. We’re talking about totally different types of equipment.
- The cheap stuff doesn’t work; our stuff does.
- Put another way, it’s the difference between using what’s meant to be a toy for personal entertainment versus using professional equipment.
In more detail:
We go to a lot of trouble to keep our eye on the international surveillance equipment market to stay on top of the latest equipment releases. When we find something new that looks interesting we’ll import a few samples for rigorous testing.
Very often we find that the equipment simply doesn’t measure up and it goes into the junk box.
When we find equipment that passes our extensive testing process, we know that it’s good for us to use and to offer to our clients. This takes a lot of time, money and effort. We do it to make sure that we find and use only equipment that works dependably and gives the desired results so that you get the best and aren’t let down by poor equipment. We’ve been doing this for over thirty years and we know what’s what. As suppliers and installers of covert camera systems, we’ve been exposed to a multitude of challenges over the years and we’ve had to develop ways of resolving these so that you don’t have to. We know what works and what doesn’t and how to solve the inevitable challenges that crop up along the way.
When you’re faced with a problem in your business that’s costing you a fortune, or perhaps you risk expensive blow-back from dismissing an employee, you don’t want to be messing around with toys just to save a fraction of what you stand to lose.
Go to the pros.