Video Surveillance to Reduce Loitering in Long Island

Loitering is a reality in all parts of New York, including the four counties that make up Long Island. While the legal definition of loitering in New York may not apply to the loitering-like incidents that Long Island business owners endure on a regular basis, there are still ways to discourage these activities. By having cameras monitoring the premises, you can fight loitering-like behaviors on your property before they begin to cost you business — or, before they lead to violent crime. 

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3 Lessons on the Value of Video Surveillance

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The current crime wave sweeping New York City has taught business owners many lessons. One of the most critical is this: Don’t be caught without cameras installed, both inside and out. In addition, the crime epidemic has shed light on the value of video surveillance with these important lessons. 

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