Home Security: Catch Vandals At Your Home-Two Ways
Home vandalism is a rite of passage for many gang members. It’s sort of an initiation into that lifestyle. But vandalism to city-owned property is epidemic in parts of many cities in the United States. Additionally, car vandalism and automobile theft, at least in some areas of the country, are at an all-time high.
In this article we will take a look at vandalism and show you the best two ways to catch vandals doing damage to your home and/or your car.
Ask any police officer and he will tell you that next to a barking dog one of the best ways to improve your home security and prevent home vandalism or automobile theft is with security cameras. Typically when burglars see security cameras, they tend to choose another target which is exactly what you want. Police will tell you that if they have video evidence of burglary, that chances increase by over 50% of catching the bad guys.
But in the event that they aren’t smart enough to figure that out, these Wireless Security Cameras can capture their images with great clarity. The cameras have a range of approximately 300 feet. They contain infrared sensors which enables you to capture images in total darkness. And they are weatherproof so they can be used either indoors or outdoors. The wireless 2.4 GHz transmission can be streamed remotely which gives you the ability to see what’s going on in your house from anywhere you can get an Internet connection. These cameras come with a perfectly matched 2.4 GHz wireless receiver and built-in USB adapter and everything you need to hook it up including camera stand and installation screw sets. It also includes a driver CD.
If you wish to be more covert, you need a hidden spy camera that can catch vandalism in the act. Unfortunately, most home vandals operate so discreetly that it’s very difficult to catch them. And law enforcement authorities don’t have the resources to do any investigating for you. But if you have video evidence from a hidden security camera, you have a much better chance of catching the bad guys.
This Stone Spy Camera is meant to be outdoors and can operate up to one year in standby mode on a single battery charge. It is ideal for remote locations that don’t have power. A wireless remote control device can set up three different recording modes: standard, motion activated or overwrite. It can record up to 20 continuous hours of video in standard mode. Most homeowners would set this up using motion activated recording. A M100 test Monitor, which is not included, can help you set up the perfect viewing angle. All video is stamped with a frame counter for easy retrieval. Video is recorded to a 2 GB SD card, but the camera has the ability to handle a 16 GB card for larger data storage.