May 24th, 2013
Hardly a day goes by without hearing the words, “Caught on Camera.” News stories from around the world report on surveillance and hidden cameras capturing lightweight crooks and dangerous criminals. Maybe the perpetrator you catch on camera won’t make national news, but the security and peace of mind provided by your personal surveillance equipment is equally if not more important to you.
Proper surveillance should allow you to install it, trust it, and forget about it. That’s why powerful long life batteries and no visible wires come standard inXtreme Life devices. Seconds count when capturing criminals in the act. Make sure your covert devices are equipped with a state-of-the-art PIR sensor. This lightning speed sensor kicks in to action the moment body heat is detected and therefore extends the life of the batteries. Read the rest of this entry »
May 23rd, 2013
Jackson police are looking for a pair of men who held up a wireless store. The Jackson Police Department is looking for two men officers say are shown on surveillance video robbing a T-Mobile store at gunpoint.
Police said Monday, just before 7 p.m., two men walked into the T-Mobile store on Interstate 55 in Jackson and robbed the business at gunpoint.
Surveillance images show one of the men pointing what appears to be a gun at two employees as they were made to lay face down on the floor. Police said the employees were then bound with duct tape.
The men got away in a black vehicle with about 68 iPhones and Galaxy phones, police said.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 601-355-Tips.
May 20th, 2013
Security camera footage captures the chilling moment a bank robber held his finger to his lips to try to silence a terrified bank teller.
In a note handed to the Bank of America employee in New York City, the well-dressed thief threatened to kill everyone unless the clerk handed over the money.
His plan backfired however, when the woman who is in her 20s, started yelling Oh, my God!’ as she read the note that was scrawled in black marker pen.
As the worker screamed, the robber held his finger up to his lips, telling her: ‘Shhhh.’
But the teller continued to scream and ran for cover under a desk at the other end of the bank on Third Avenue.
‘She was legitimately scared,” a law-enforcement official told the New York Post. ‘The guy caught her off guard, and she freaked out.’ Read the rest of this entry »
May 17th, 2013
The U.S. Army says it has punished four Nashville-area recruiters.
It all stems from our exclusive NewsChannel 5 investigation of the recruiters and their Dishonorable Deceptions.
The Army’s announcement came in a news release, headlined ”Army recruiters punished.”
Those recruiters were caught on hidden camera, urging a prospective recruit to lie about his mental health history.
“There’s ways around the system,” one recruiter told our undercover producer. “You’ve probably seen TV reports and all that. More or less, me and you are the only ones that know it.” Read the rest of this entry »
May 16th, 2013
Mamura Nasirova pleaded guilty to two counts of endangering the welfare of a child after the Staten Island nanny was caught on camera slapping and shaking a baby.
The nightmare nanny caught on camera slapping and shaking a 5-month-old Staten Island girl has admitted abusing the baby and now faces up to 10 months behind bars, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Mamura Nasirova, 52, pleaded guilty to two counts of endangering the welfare of a child Monday for the horrible Jan. 28 attack captured on a hidden camera installed by the tot’s parents, officials from Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan’s office said. Read the rest of this entry »
May 16th, 2013
The Minister of Corrections is requesting a review of GPS tracking of offenders.
Officials will be asked to look into whether current legislation can be extended to include the tracking of high-risk domestic violence offenders.
It follows the revelation that Christchurch woman Alexsis Tovizi was murdered by Nikki Roper, despite holding a protection order against him.
Minister Anne Tolley says GPS tracking has already proved to be a valuable tool with a number of offenders identified and dealt with for straying near banned areas. Read the rest of this entry »
May 14th, 2013
Suffolk County Council is currently trialing an initiative with a group of around 20 dementia patients which sees them wear a device fitted with a GPS system so that if they get lost they can be easily traced.
A number of councils across the country also provide this technology, which has received a mixed reaction.
Annie Topping, chief executive of Healthwatch Suffolk, an independent watchdog for health and social care, said: “With two thirds of dementia patients living in their own homes, any development that gives more support and enhances the independence of those with dementia must be good news for people in Suffolk. Read the rest of this entry »
May 10th, 2013
In the world of the Internet, you need to be careful where you buy. GeoVision has a great product which often times leads to counterfeit products. Due to the issue, GeoVision has created a page on their website that will help customers find the places where to buy products safely. GeoVision will not honor warranties for any products purchased on unauthorized websites such as:
- Any auction websites
- Securitybestbuy dot com
- DinoDirect (Customer Reported Counterfeit cards!)
- Allgeovision dot com
- Allmilestonesystems dot com
- Allsecurityelectronics dot net
- Gvdvrcard dot com
- Surveillent dot net
- Salestores dot com
- supplyCCTV dot com
Buyers beware when purchasing GeoVision or any other products that may be counterfeit or otherwise not covered under the GeoVision warrantee. Read the rest of this entry »
April 24th, 2013
Enfield Borough Council will spend almost £1million on installing new CCTV cameras throughout the borough to make it easier to catch criminals red-handed.
The authority announced its latest spending plans this morning, which will see £958,000 spent on CCTV cameras in 24 undisclosed locations in the borough.
The council believes the move will provide police with information about criminals more easily while reducing fear of crime in the community.
The cameras will add to the 259 cameras already filming in the borough, which provided images leading to 1,000 arrests between April and December last year. Read the rest of this entry »
April 23rd, 2013
This is the shocking moment a sneak thief snatched an iPhone out of a commuter’s hand then dashed off the train.
The CCTV shows Narinder Singh, who was jailed for 14 months this week, loitering behind the victim before snatching the smartphone.
As he jumps off the train with her phone, his surprised victim struggles to get to her feet to give chase and bumps into a pole.
Singh trips and hits his head on a stair banister as he makes his getaway, before regaining his balance and exiting the station. Read the rest of this entry »