Vandalism is one for the most common and challenging problems for parks throughout the United States. Maintaining a park includes unpredictable vandalism occurrences and the costs these criminal acts incur. It is no easy task.
Unfortunately installing traditional cameras and surveillance systems do not stop the problem. Vandalism usually occurs in dark areas where adequate lighting is not provided. In addition, it occurs in remote areas where electricity and internet connection are not available or costly to install.
There is a big difference between surveillance and deterrence. Surveillance is needed for live action video where a police officer or security guard can be immediately deployed. But surveillance video does not stop a crime from occurring, and it is hard to get prosecutable images, especially in the dark. And then the park is left with the task and cost of repairing park equipment or worse closing the park.
Whereas deterrence does just that. It deters the incident of vandalism or graffiti before it happens. Therefore, no costs are incurred to repair equipment because it was saved from the criminal intent. Park Vandalism Cameras are especially designed to stop vandals before they strike, and they capture high resolution images that can be used to identify suspects even in complete darkness in remote areas where there is no electricity or lights.
When your park is closed, you should know your park equipment is safe from the hands of vandals. Your job of maintaining a park should not be made more difficult.
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