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Surveillance

Are surveillance cameras illegal?

You can record activities in your home, as long it is not for illicit or illegal future use, without consent of those being recorded.  Parents do have the right to know that their children are not being mistreated by a babysitter, or that service providers that work in your home are not stealing from you.  In the workplace, employers may legally record employees in the public areas of the business, as long as the employer makes the employees aware of the surveillance.

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Where do I install surveillance cameras at home?

1.The front door – believe or not at least a third of burglars enter through the front door.
2.Ground floor windows – the second most used entry point for burglars is ground floor windows because of easy access. 
3.The back door – this is a popular choice if the front door is easily seen by neighbors.
4.The garage door – popular with thieves because garages are not generally occupied.  Garages are also a good place for them to slip in unnoticed when use the remote to open the door at night.
5.A camera on the back & front of the house can help deter anyone from even trying to break into your home.

Do surveillance cameras help prevent crime?

Just seeing the camera should make most possible wrong-doers from do anything for fear of being caught.  Those that are dumb enough to go ahead with their plans, at least with an operational surveillance camera, the police have a much better chance at catching the criminal.  One downfall is that when criminals see a surveillance camera at a home or shop, they just move on to another place that does not have a camera.  So, it is better to have a camera than not to have one.

Do surveillance cameras invade privacy?

Many feel that these cameras do invade personal privacy.  But, the camera is really doing nothing more than watching as another person might.  These cameras are effective for investigating reported crimes, and sometimes the cameras may be used to help locate lost children.  Surveillance cameras are in place for the welfare of everyone. Violent crimes have increased and these cameras are just another tool in law enforcements’ arsenal to help tract down the offenders.  If you have nothing to hide when you are in public, you should not be worried about being recorded in public.