Advanced Technology Video (ATV) and Next Level Security Systems (NLSS) are actively engaged with house of worship (HOW) security system designs and can provide a layer approach of security solutions ranging from an easy-to-operate video system to a more advanced integrated security system for church and school campuses.
ATV’s basic solution begins with as few as 4-16 cameras with various camera models to fit your unique need and a video recorder which provides the ability to view live video, record and playback video of activities in or around your facility. Operation and programming of this system can be performed locally on-site or remotely using a computer, mobile phone or tablet device.
NLSS’s advanced integrated system can expand the basic system capabilities, use the facility’s existing cameras, or provide a new security solution while offering a comprehensive level of features and capabilities. Along with the video monitoring, the NLSS system additional features include perimeter and interior door access control, intrusion alarm system management and analytics. These analytics include various audio analytics; car alarm, glass break detection, aggressive speech detection and license plate capture and recognition. This layered basic to advanced approach allows the church to begin small and grow its system’s potential with features to support an increasing security requirement.
In both the basic and advanced integrated systems, the cameras ensure video images of possible illegal activities, outdoor incidents or accidents, and unauthorized attempts to gain entry to facilities are recorded. In addition, the cameras may be viewed and document children’s classrooms to alleviate parent and church safety concerns. The NLSS system’s access control provides a peace-of-mind ensuring unauthorized persons will be unable to gain access to the facility or into restricted children and nursery areas. Electronic access control also provides an alternative to key management by eliminating key-distribution and the need to periodically re-key doors. Finally, remote access control (lock and unlock doors) permits the facility’s use for the community and church related functions not typically scheduled. Integration with the intrusion alarm system allows for a coordinated link between the video and access control for central management and reporting of activities.
With regional and national support, ATV & NLSS provide the best customer service and technical support available. So take a good look at all we have to offer your church, daycare, K-12 school, facility or campus. It’s clear that whatever the needs or the application, ATV-NLSS can offer a custom solution to fit your requirements.
ATV CAMERAS HELP IDENTIFY MEMPHIS BURGLARY GANG
STAY SAFE SYSTEMS / RESIDENTIAL SECURITY
Police in Memphis were able to arrest three individuals responsible for multiple auto and home burglaries thanks to surveillance video captured by ATV cameras. Stay Safe Systems installed ATV Camera & NVR Kits after a series of burglaries were reported on Tara Lane and Goodwyn. Within hours the police were handed over clear images of the perpetrators.
OCT. 19, 2015
Memphis police have arrested three people accused of a rash of auto and home burglaries in East Memphis, officials said late Monday.
Jonathan Wilder, 18, and a 17-year-old boy each face numerous counts of aggravated burglary and theft. Wilder is being held on $10,000 bond. Tamisha Parks, 32, faces theft charges.
Police believe the suspects are responsible for at least eight incidents over the past few weeks, primarily on Tara Lane and Goodwyn not far from the Memphis Country Club and the Pink Palace Museum. The suspects broke into cars on the street as well as homes, stealing cash, computers and other items.
Wilder was arrested after police released surveillance video and identified him and the juvenile. Police got a search warrant for Wilder’s residence and found many of the stolen items, officials said.
The news article was posted in The Commercial Appeal – Memphis
MONDAY SECURITY AT UNICO BANK OF POTOSI, MO
MONDAY SECURITY CORPORATION / FINANCIAL SECURITY
Coppell, TX – August 23, 2012 – Monday Security Corporation, a full financial institution security company, headquartered in Cahokia, Illinois enjoys a long history of providing service to the banking industry – actually 92 years - since 1921 (www.mondaycorp.com). Unico Bank who recently celebrated their 110th anniversary is a customer of Monday Security, recently installed a Height-Strip camera beside the exit doors at the branch in Potosi, Missouri. This unique height-strip camera design was installed to enable the facial image capture of suspects as they exited the building. The camera and patented height-strip housing captures images when more typical over the head surveillance cameras are shielded by ball caps or articles of clothing.
After only a few days from the installation date, an incident occurred and Don Marston, President of Monday Security reported the video captured from the bank’s ATV Height-Strip camera provided the images necessary to identify and apprehend two individuals accused of the robbery. “The ATV height strip camera was of very high quality and was a major factor in the identification of the two men who robbed Unico”, says Don. It was reported later that both men were arrested and charged with the robbery.
Monday Security is a customer of ATV and currently purchases product through Security Equipment Supply headquartered in Earth City, Missouri. Monday is supported by Roy Kennedy of R.E. Kennedy Co, Inc., (email@example.com) the ATV regional representative and Ken Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org) ATV’s Mid West Regional Sales Manager.