Cities, counties, and other large jurisdictions are difficult to monitor. Local governments rely on their law enforcement agencies, but manpower limitations make it impossible for them to be everywhere. Many agencies are now looking to incorporate citywide surveillance solutions that will allow them monitor areas without wasting precious resources. But because it’s relatively new, many local governments have a lot of questions about citywide surveillance. To help foster a better understanding of this solution, we present the 3 most common citywide surveillance questions and their answers.
It’s often said that small businesses are important to our economy, but they can be difficult to start and maintain, especially if you don’t know where to start. In honor of Small Business Week, J & M Security Solutions’ President Jason Nagy sat down to share some of his advice as a small business owner. Below, he shares 5 important lessons he’s learned from his experiences.
Body cameras are slowly becoming an essential tool in the law enforcement industry. In an earlier post, we outlined why police departments should implement a body camera program, but how do you decide which ones to purchase? Today we share some questions you should consider when you’re looking to purchase body cameras.
Surveillance camera manufacturers are always producing new technology, and it’s human nature to want it. After all, who wouldn’t want a 7K HD Pro camera for a crisp and detailed image of a cityscape or an industrial warehouse? Well, you. Unfortunately, your monitors won’t display that resolution anytime soon, no matter what your new camera specs say (especially since you’d be hard-pressed to find anything better than a 4K monitor at the moment). It turns out the newest surveillance cameras are a bit before their time.
Mounted surveillance cameras are a staple in most security systems. You get a great vantage point, they are often difficult to reach by passersby, and they can be used for a range of purposes. While these tools are an excellent choice for most agencies, they used to be limited in location, mobility, and function—until now. J & M Security Solutions introduces the next stage in mounted surveillance technology—the NOMAD Mobile Camera.