Jackson Fire and Security talks surveillance systems

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This is a management franchise. Part of your role will be to recruit and manage a team of qualified fire and security engineers. You will also be responsible for developing commercial relationships and new business in your territory. No previous industry experience is required, you just need to have a strong sales background and the drive to grow a client base of repeat business service contracts. Full technical, marketing and accounting support is provided by the Franchisor.

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The franchise recently shared a blog on the Jackson Fire and Security website detailing everything that readers thinking about installing security cameras need to consider.

Jackson Fire and Security is a network packed full of experience and expertise regarding all things fire and property safety, and in its most recent blog, the security franchise demonstrated this property safety knowledge, discussing surveillance systems and cameras. In the words of Jackson Fire and Security, “Surveillance systems can help protect your business from criminal activity, such as theft, vandalism and violence.”

Sometimes, explained the franchise, “the presence of cameras and the associated signage can be enough to deter” people from committing crimes. Other times, CCTV cameras can allow for “anyone acting suspiciously” to be identified “before any criminal activity takes place”. Plus, these systems can “proactively support a real-time response if a crime’s being carried out, with the live images helping to reduce the likelihood of loss and harm while increasing the chances of apprehending the perpetrator”. And, if a crime does occur, “the cameras can also capture images that could go on to become vital evidence in prosecutions”.

For anyone considering installing a system of this type, Jackson Fire and Security recommends that you: Identify your requirements clearly, then consider how the system will be monitored, then consider the camera locations carefully, and then ensure you’re complying with data protection requirements and regulations.

If connecting with a franchise network full of security expertise appeals, you could become a Jackson Fire and Security franchisee for a minimum initial investment of £39,500, with a total investment cost of £69,500. In return for your investment, you’d be fully trained and supported by your franchisor, assisted every step of the way. Find out more about Jackson Fire and Security via its profile page on Point Franchise, which you’ll discover linked above.

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