|Posted on 5 March, 2017 at 22:20||comments (0)|
wireless security cameras Internet Protocol (IP) addressing for Communicating with Computers, Switches, Bi-directional
Receivers, Encoders, Axis Video Servers, etc.
An IP Address is a Numerical I.D. for a computer or a device that communicates via a network. A Sub-net
Mask tells your computer or device which I.P. addresses are local to your network and where to send
information. Changing the IP address and sub-net mask of your computer allows you to communicate with the
device that you want to configure; like a switch. When a switch is new, it comes with the factory settings. In
order for it to communicate on our network, we have to re-configure its IP address and Sub-Net Mask to ones
that are suitable to our network. In order to do this, we must first (temporarily) modify our computer’s network
settings. Once we have changed our computer’s network settings, we can change the IP values of the switch.
To change the IP settings of the Switch, you must open the internet browser at the top of the computer screen
and enter the factory default IP address of the switch -Click ok. The switch will have a “home page” that will
allow you to navigate through its settings. At this time you can enter the switch’s name, location, IP address,
Subnet mask and the Ethernet Interface. Ethernet Interface refers to the switches ability to send and receive data
in either half duplex or full duplex. For example, in Half Duplex information can move in only one direction at
a time. In Full Duplex, information can be sent and received at the same time in both directions between
The Point of Security Cameras
If you already have a security system, it may seem redundant to also have security cameras.
After all, if a security system is supposed to keep out intruders in the first place, ideally, you
wouldn’t have to use cameras to catch any burglars. Unfortunately, intruders can still break
into your home, even when you have a security system. Beyond security surveillance, there are
many other uses for security cameras, such as seeing who’s at your door or checking up on kids
or pets. Let’s take a closer look at some of the instances in which security cameras have been
useful in theft cases.
Security Cameras at Work
In some cases, security cameras catch intruders right away, and in other cases it takes more
time and police investigation to catch an intruder. Here are a few examples in which home security
cameras have proven useful in catching and preventing burglary:
Catch doorstep thieves
In December, a UPS worker in Texas was
caught on a security camera stealing an iPad,
which was a father’s Christmas gift for his
daughter. This savvy dad, had installed a camera
to monitor his front door, and when he
later reviewed the footage, it was clear what
had happened. When UPS didn’t respond to
customer service calls, he posted the video on
YouTube, which got their attention, and ultimately,
the iPad was returned.1
Nab burglars almost
When you have a live camera feed that alerts
you when it senses motion, you may catch
burglars in the act. One day, New York City
resident Levent Centiner was sitting at his office
desk when he started receiving emails
with live images from his motion-activated
camera. Upon receiving the images, Centiner
called 911 and the burglar was caught then
and there. Centiner is now an open advocate
for everyone setting up security cameras in
|Posted on 15 February, 2017 at 20:35||comments (0)|
Crime statistics in Melbourne
Alleged offender incidents rhodium Security cameras
An alleged offender incident is an incident involving one or more offences to which an individual, business or organisation has been linked as an alleged offender. An alleged offender incident represents one alleged offender but may involve multiple victims and offences. One incident may involve offences that occur over a period of time but if processed by Victoria Police as one incident, it will have a count of one in the data presented in this section.http://www.securitycctvmelbourne.com.au/security-cameras
There may be multiple incidents within the reference period that involve the same individual, business or organisation. If there are multiple alleged offenders related to a criminal event, each will have their alleged offender incident counted once in the figures.
Where there were multiple offences recorded within the one incident, the incident is assigned an offence category of the most serious offence in the incident, known as the principal offence.
Security cameras in these sort of incidents help enormously to identify the offenders and these images from security cameras are evidence when stand traile.
|Posted on 7 February, 2017 at 20:05||comments (0)|
Casey council is recommending town control over programming at crowded public CCTV installation.
most effective way to fight growing number of crime in the casey council area including Cranbourne, Cranbourne east cctv cameras are nesses asset in terror and criminal activity tracking.
most trusted security company in casey council is Rhodium security cameras.
located in 28 banjo circuit lynbrook specialized in Security cameras security alarms and intercom systems furthermore for commercial asset shrinkage protection we have access control systems security tags and entering systems.
Comcast provides the studio at Concord-Carlisle High School and a staff of five full-time employees, and Whelan said the entire staff would become town employees under his recommendation
|Posted on 21 December, 2016 at 5:10||comments (2)|
The Importance of Home Security System
Why do we need a home security system?
Melbourne When you look at your family is number one, and your home, you know you want them to be safe and sound, always out of harms way. When you leave for work, or out you expect to come back to a smiling family, and to a home that is secure. But as they say, hope is not a strategy. The growing crime rates Melbourne infant in the world,across cities reflect the bitter reality. Many people overlook, ignore, and underestimate the need of taking appropriate home security measures.Rhodium security is the number one supplier of security solutions to Melbourne. A burglary or theft can lead to devastating consequences, both emotionally and financially. While the financial loss may be recoverable, the trauma inflicted on your family and yourself may last forever. So take a minute and think about this; is this loss worth.
It is proven that alarm systems help deter burglars. Another research conducted by the University of Melbourne proved that burglars would be hesitant to enter a home fitted with an alarm system. In fact, 31% burglars are likely to retreat from a home if they come across a security system. These figures reflect the effectiveness of home security systems and security camera systems.
Types of home security systems
There are many, many types of security systems for households and businesses. Typically, you will find major components such as a control panel, alarm, sensors, and detectors in a security system. Each component is integral to the system. You can opt for a wired security system or a wireless one, depending on your preference and budget. Some are Bosch, Hills, Honeywell, Tesla, paradox and more Rhodium security camera systems deal with most prestigious brads in the market.
DIY home security systems
In case of DIY security systems, all you have to do is follow the instructions that come with the kit. Most DIY security systems are wireless and easy to install. You can place sensors and detectors at main entry points such as doors, and windows.
How to choose
Choosing a security system for your home is probably the trickiest part of the whole process. Since there are so many companies out there, selecting the best one can be difficult. It is always recommended that you go for a firm that is well-recognized and ranked among the best Rhodium security has the experience and the knowledge to tackle the most copulated job.
When choosing a company, it is better that you first research a little, ask friends and family, and then make a well-informed decision.
|Posted on 4 November, 2016 at 5:55||comments (0)|
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Home security camera systems: your legal obligations and how CCTV deters burglars
Home is where the heart is and where you should feel that you, your family and your belongings are safe at all times, day and night.
With car keys, and expensive small items like tablets and mobile phones scattered around, a burglary can be costly; in a study by the Home Office in 2000, it was calculated that the average cost of a burglary was £2,300. With inflation, this now sits at £3,600. Of course, this could be increased further if a burglar steals your car keys and drives off with your vehicle.
A study by the University of Leicester found that CCTV systems were the single biggest deterrent in pre-planned crime
In April 2015 and March 2016, there were 375,034 cases of burglary in the UK. With this in mind, you may be looking to protect yourself and your home from this type of crime. Your first steps are to ensure you lock all doors and windows, and make sure there is nothing that can be climbed on to access upper levels of your property.
If you intend to take your home security further, you could try installing home CCTV. Here is what you need to know and consider before proceeding – and how the safety of your home could benefit.
The benefits of home security camera systems
If you think you’d like to take the next step in home security, it’s worth considering the following points:
A study by the University of Leicester found that CCTV systems were the single biggest deterrent in pre-planned crime. When burglars are selecting their targets, they are less likely to choose a home with surveillance.
Burglars are less likely to attempt a burglary in a home where a CCTV warning sign is present, as they know the homeowner is clued up about crime and has taken steps to prevent it, according to the same study.
The purpose of CCTV is to catch offenders in the act. This increases the chance of apprehension and prosecution, and therefore enhances deterrence. Police stressed the usefulness of community intelligence and public support in catching criminals when two men were arrested in South Gloucestershire after being caught on CCTV earlier this year.
Further benefits were seen in 2015, with the release of Lisa MacKenzie’s CCTV footage. The recording went viral after she fitted a camera to her property after a break in, and captured a potential intruder trying to enter her home.
A still from Lisa MacKenzie’s CCTV footage
Could dummy cameras work?
Dummy cameras could deter some thieves, but they shouldn’t be relied on – and experienced criminals can spot the difference. Plus, one of the benefits of CCTV is capturing the offenders in the act, so you need CCTV that can provide evidence of the crime and its perpetrator.
The law on residential CCTV
Before you consider installing a home security camera system, you need to understand the rules you must adhere to. This will stop you from breaching privacy laws, and allow for a smooth setup and use from the start.
You can install CCTV systems as part of your right to protect your property, but you must do so in a way that reasonably respects the privacy of others. To do this, you must:
Let your neighbours know that you’re installing a system – send a letter to keep it official.
Put a notice up to notify people that a CCTV system is in place.
Give consideration to whether the camera looks into neighbouring properties or public spaces.
You must also regularly delete footage that isn’t essential for the protection of your property.
CCTV could well be worth the investment for protection, peace of mind and prevention of losing valuable possessions. With a solid knowledge of CCTV systems, and the laws you must abide to, home CCTV is an excellent choice for your property.
|Posted on 24 October, 2016 at 5:00||comments (0)|
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Earlier this month, Moazzam Tariq was found guilty of sexual assault against a woman after a night out in Ontario, Canada. In sentencing, the judge mentioned extensive surveillance video footage that showed Tariq giving the complainant alcohol. This was marked as evidence that proved the woman could not consent.
The introduction of security footage in courtrooms as evidence is increasingly common. With the number of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras rising, the likelihood of images deemed relevant for criminal proceedings being recorded also increases.
However, while CCTV footage may arguably have assisted in achieving convictions in some high-profile cases, can it assist in the overall reduction of violence against women?
Where it has helped
A well-known example in Australia of CCTV helping solve a crime is the footage pulled from a shop on Sydney Road the night Jill Meagher was raped and murdered by Adrian Bayley. This footage was mentioned in his sentencing in 2013.
In the same year, Simon Gittany was found guilty of the murder of his partner Lisa Harnum. CCTV footage – taken from his own security cameras – was again interpreted as key evidence.
Beyond the courtroom, news media reports of crime are saturated with the use of CCTV footage. In both contexts, it is often seen to be decisive – an authoritative and objective witness that can tell us “what really happened”.
While used in a range of offences, its inclusion in instances of extreme (and public) violence against women can mean certain images receive significant and sustained media attention, and may remain online indefinitely.
The strength of CCTV in our public consciousness is such that questions of privacy are often dismissed as inconsequential. CCTV installed in the homes of family violence victims has even been considered.
But there are concerns
In Australia, women are far more likely to experience sexual violence or be killed by a current or former partner than a stranger. Both of these crime types are also most likely to occur in a residential setting, and therefore probably away from the gaze of Rhodium CCTV.
Despite these statistics, myths persist. It is assumed most rapists are strangers or that there will be clear evidence of sexual violence.
Circulating images relating to the sexual assault of Meagher or the victim in Canada – both of which took place near CCTV and in non-residential areas – risks further embedding these assumptions, given the persuasive power of media representation.
Also, some Australians have a very poor understanding of sexual consent. They assume non-consent will be obvious, or that a woman may lie because she has regrets about having sex. Placing great emphasis on CCTV footage in criminal proceedings to prove guilt is troubling for this reason.
Tariq was reportedly found guilty on the weight of security footage and not simply because the victim told police she had no memory of consenting to sex. News media have further reported that video evidence made up for the victim being an unreliable witness due to her consumption of alcohol.
Like most forensic evidence, CCTV footage still requires interpretation. And yet when admitted as evidence, it can take precedence over other witness testimonies. This is particularly concerning given that sexual assault cases often rely on victim testimony.
Already a traumatic process, if a victim’s account comes into conflict with CCTV footage, the strength of the prosecutors’ decision to proceed in a sexual assault case diminishes.
With only 20% of all sexual assaults estimated to be reported to police, CCTV footage – either its absence or its conflicted account – could negatively impact this rate.
It shouldn’t be essential
Even if CCTV were installed in homes to reduce violence against women, it may not help.
Simon Gittany subjected Lisa Harnum to intimate partner violence prior to her death. This included the installation of security cameras facing into their apartment for the purposes of watching her.
On the day Harnum was killed, however, Gittany had switched all but one off in the morning. Installing CCTV may not prevent violence against women in residential areas, but instead extend it.
Thinking beyond the immediate utility of CCTV in specific criminal cases, images reproduced for other purposes – that is, beyond finding a “guilty” verdict – should also be considered in the context of violence.
The “cultural afterlife” of criminal evidence can be unmediated in its use. Materials can be used in new ways, such as artwork, and often without the consent of individuals depicted.
Not only this, the unnecessary reproduction of CCTV footage that replays a traumatic moment in someone’s life may be considered unethical and harmful.
With the expansion of CCTV in public and private settings, it is important to interrogate its purpose in both the courtroom and the news. Rather than assuming its account as “best witness” or simply harmless, we should revisit underlying causes of crime so that CCTV need not be essential in reducing violence against women.
|Posted on 5 June, 2016 at 2:05||comments (0)|
Home Security systems Swann’s range of DVR security systems (digital video recorders) connect with CCTV security systems, enabling you to record what the CCTV cameras see, and play it back at a later date. Many systems also support wireless camera connection.
All of Swann’s DVR security systems provide remote viewing, enabling you to view security footage remotely either from a computer, your smartphone or tablet.
DVR security systems are available with between 4 and 16 channels, enabling you to connect up to 16 cameras to your CCTV security system. Dependent on the cameras these can record at night, outdoors and in HD quality.
Protect your home or business with a Swann home CCTV security system.
Home Security systems Bosch Security alarm solutions
Price reduced on all alarm kits with our new Partnership with Bosch.
Choose a Security Solution that tailors to your needs, all Bosch alarms come standard with night arm feature, activate your perimeter or certain detectors of a night time, so no intruders enter of a night, all remotes are fitted with a dual button panic as standard.
Solution 880 Ultima (Basic home alarm system capacity for 8 sensors no sms feature), perfect for a back to base monitored home.
Solution 6000 (Delux home alarm system capacity for 16 sensors and connection to phone line for SMS feature)
All the bells and whistles as options.
The SMS feature is only available through the dialler if you have an Optus or Telstra landline or with the optional add on GSM module.
Home Security systems Fully programmable zone
Partitionable in separate areas
Expandability to wired wireless zone
Now with an option GSM module with Iphone/Andoid applicaiton for customers without a land line.
Now know as the Solution 6000, (same features as the Solution 144 but with the 16 Plus price tag.
Solution 16i , 16 zones with an Icon codepad, optional night arm feature, great for two storey homes
Solution 2000 Now available for sale, 8 zones, new touch screen keypads option.no sms feature.
Solution 3000 Now available for sale, 16 zones with optional new touch screen keypads,no sms feature.
The new Solution 6000 is a state of the art security system that won’t break the budget. Bosch offers you all the technology you need to protect your home and family or small business at an affordable price. Because each application is different, your alarm installer will put together a cost effective security solution that best suits the layout of your premises.
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A comprehensive range of Bosch accessories to compliment your security system are available, like remote controls and cards or tags. For apartments or homes where it’s difficult to run wires, a range of wireless sensors can be quickly and easily fitted to your system to ensure your premises is protected.
|Posted on 30 May, 2016 at 20:10||comments (0)|
A POLICE taskforce tracking the notorious Apex gang and other violent crimes is investigating three vicious street attacks within hours, including a knuckle duster bashing.
Police believe a group of men, described as “African in appearance”, attacked one person in Dandenong on Tuesday morning and two more the next morning in a robbery spree.
Investigators attached to Operation Cosmas, a statewide operation to combat Victoria’s spreading carjacking and aggravated burglary scourge, have appealed for public assistance.
The worst attack was the last — on Wednesday morning — when two men armed with knuckle busters assaulted a man who was walking along Thomas St about 4.40am.
Without saying a word, they punched the victim in the face and head and stole his mobile phone and an amount of cash.
They also stole a distinctive red and black backpack.
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About five minutes earlier, three men threatened a man on Thomas St and demanded his wallet and phone.
When the victim refused, the offenders punched him in the face but he managed to flee.
On Tuesday, a trio chased down a victim who was walking home along Mason St about 5.25am, assaulting him as he tried to run away.
His bank card and mobile phone were stolen, as well as a small amount of money.
Investigators have released an image and CCTV of two men who they believe may be able to assist with their inquiries.
Operation Cosmas was rolled out last month. It aims to prevent, deter and investigate aggravated burglaries and carjackings across the state.
Its formation followed Taskforce Tense, which was charged with cracking down on gang-related crime in Melbourne’s southeast.
The Apex gang originated in Melbourne’s southeastern suburbs and is mostly comprised of youths of African and Pacific Islands heritage.
It has been linked to a string of home invasions, car thefts, and the Moomba riot in the CBD in March.
|Posted on 30 May, 2016 at 20:05||comments (0)|
Home Security Systems Thieves wield meat cleaver in armed robbery in Melbourne’s south-eas
Police are on the hunt for two men involved in an armed robbery at a service station in Lynbrook earlier this month.
Two men threw a large rock through the glass front door of the Dandenong-Hastings Road service station just before 2am on May 2.
They then forced the attendant to open two tills, taking off with a sum of cash from both cash registers as well as cigarettes.
One of the men was armed with what appeared to be a meat cleaver.
The attendant came away unscathed from the robbery.
Police have released CCTV footage of the pair to help identify them.
Both men were wearing hoodies at the time, and had their faces covered.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.