Most people buy a security device as either a deterrent or for evidence purposes; a deterrent is something that will make an intruder think twice about entering your property or stealing your possessions. Evidence is really for use after the event, so when a burglary or intrusion takes place, you have photo or video evidence which can be shown to the authorities to help in catching the criminal. So there is a clear difference between deterrent and evidence and for most homes a deterrent is a better option, to discourage unwanted intruders and moving them on elsewhere. Of course, this doesn’t mean the evidence isn’t useful, which is why NightWatcher has a range of security devices which offer both from a simple PIR light to a robotic light with a camera to a high-resolution CCTV system.
Sometimes people just won’t take “no” for an answer, which can lead to frightening situations where people don’t feel safe in their own home. In order to stop stalking an evidence solution is essential, so a camera solution will provide vital evidence.
Install the security solution which best meets your needs
Lock all windows and doors and leave a light on.
Close curtains and blinds.
Never leave valuables in sight.