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Staff members are registered with the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority, PSIRA. 

PSIRA is a statutory regulatory body that sets the industry standards for the registration and training of staff. Standards set are stringent. Active Integrated Security is compliant with PSIRA regulations.


CCTV Application Suggestions

  • Overtly or covertly monitoring areas as a means of loss prevention
  • Observe and record shoplifting activities and dishonest employees; thwart theft
  • Monitor point-of-sale exceptions (cash register voids, over-rings, etc.) reducing cashier theft
  • To compile recorded evidence against bogus accident claims, or theft and the likes
  • Monitor merchandising displays in stores that may be hundreds of miles away
  • Remote viewing
  • Monitor halls, common areas or high-risk areas to ensure public/employee safety
  • Monitor hazardous work areas
  • Ensure the security of parking facilities
  • Remote Observation
    • Check stock on store shelves
    • Monitor production lines
    • Train employees
    • Demonstrate management’s due diligence towards protecting employees, clients and visitors
  • Minimize litigation and negative publicity
    • Monitor sensitive areas where infrequent activities occur (i.e. confidential records, safes, etc.)
    • Walk-a-Beat by programming a moving camera to pan, tilt and zoom within a defined pattern
  • Integrate with access control systems to provide video of persons entering and leaving the premises
  • Network video recording on alarm
  • Network video and audio streaming


Quality remote monitoring we offer here at Active Integrated Security

With high-speed Internet and technological advancements, trained security professionals can now monitor thousands of CCTV cameras remotely.  Working in pleasant and stimulating environments and supported by sophisticated software, these security professionals are experts in remote monitoring.

The era of the lone (and expensive) on-site security guard dozing in front of a bank of flickering screens is over.

How do remote monitoring services work?

Remote CCTV monitoring is simple. Your Internet connection will route the CCTV images from cameras on your site over the web to our servers at the Actives control room.

The connection can be live at all times or – in the most common scenario – automatically switched on at the end of the working day.

Our software then monitors activity. As soon as an alarm via software analytics is activated on your site, the CCTV monitoring software responds by routing the incident to the screen of one of our security professionals.

From there on in we monitor activity manually. We can pan and zoom cameras, switch cameras for a better view, and rerun recent footage. Usually it’s a false alarm…

But if the incident is more serious:

  • We react immediately
  • We dispatch armed response
  • We call you only on a confirmed break in
  • And we communicate with the intruders by loudspeaker where installed

Nine times out of ten our loudspeaker warning is enough to drive the intruders away.

But because we’re describing real events as they take place on the ground, the police will react. If it were a static alarm signal, without any visual verification, they probably wouldn’t bother.

Everything we do is fully transparent. You can log on to our system at any time to see what’s going on at your premises and at our monitoring station. You can rerun the video footage and check our logs to see what we did and when.

Combining the video record with our statistical output also shows you hidden patterns in your security incidents. Are night-shift staff propping open fire doors? Is there a particular time of night favoured by intruders? And what is their preferred route into your site?

Remote CCTV monitoring provides the kind of data that helps you improve the physical security at your premises. The more you know about your site and its weak spots, the better prepared you’ll be.