Video verification for your business means you won’t have to deal with the police or fire department during a false alarm. It’s an added step that keeps you from getting fined or blocked by the authorities.
Businesses need to add video verification to their security system for many reasons. About 94% of all alarm calls are false and police officers end up responding to about 38 million false alarms every single year, according got the International Association of Chief of Police.
In addition, the fire department receives another 2.3 million false alarms, which cost taxpayers about $1.5 billion every year.
While the ...