Revader Security has supplied its Transit mobile CCTV cameras to Argoed Community Council in Flintshire, North Wales. The cameras are operated on a daily basis by the local police, primarily for the purposes of tackling antisocial behaviour and street crime.
The Transit range of mobile cameras are ruggedised outdoor surveillance solutions which have been proven over many years to deter crime and secure the vital video evidence necessary for prosecution.
Local police forces are actively using the fleet of mobile cameras in the Argoed and surrounding area to combat long-running issues of antisocial behaviour and criminality in the community.
Police are able to regularly reposition each camera around the locality to respond to the movement of crime hotspots, and only minimal planning is required prior to deployment, since the units can be installed in virtually any location within minutes.
Rhodri Hampson-Jones, Clerk to the Council, said, “The mobile CCTV cameras supplied by Revader Security have proven to be highly effective. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to CCTV operators seeking to combat antisocial behaviour and criminality in the community.”
Following successful results in the local area, Argoed Council placed repeat orders to increase their stock of mobile cameras. The council is fully supported by Revader Security’s technical team throughout the life cycle of the products.