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CCTV Systems

There are now over 60 legal obligations that CCTV systems have to comply with. Many of these should be incorporated into any professionally produced system but there are a number of issues that you will need to be aware of prior to the design of the system.

AFA Fire & Security install only the best CCTV equipment on the market and are fully conversant with the latest legal compliance.

The majority of organisations that have CCTV installed find they have wasted their money when it comes to providing the police with evidence. The police have stated that at least 70% of images they take from crime scenes do not meet the criteria laid down by the Home Office.

If you are looking to have CCTV installed we will be happy to talk to you about the options available. We have a wide range of CCTV products, too many to list here. Each CCTV solution is designed to meet your needs. Technogoly changes daily but we aim to provide you with the very latest CCTV equipment on the market.

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Installation of all our CCTV equipment is carried out by qualified engineers after a full consultation and design to customer specification.AFA Fire and Secuity ensure compliance with the latest legislation in this area of security and intruder protection.

AFA Fire & Security will endeavour that no client's premises will ever be left without security or fire protection due to faults developing in thier systems from equipment that was installed by AFA. Our engineers will attend within 4 hours of notification of fault as this is covered under our fully comprehensive maintenance package, which AFA take pride in being one of the most cost effective in the Fire and Security Industry.

Data Protection Act
The UK has more public and private CCTV systems per person than anywhere else in the world. If you have a very basic CCTV system, its use may not be covered by the Data Protection Act. For example, if you're a small shop keeper with a couple of cameras you can't move remotely and you simply record whatever the system picks up and only give the recorded images to the police as a result of an incident in your shop, then you're not covered by the Act.
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