5 Hilarious Moments Caught on Home Video Surveillance
Thanks in part to the affordability of modern technology, video surveillance isn’t only being used on campuses.
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For all types of campuses, video surveillance continues to play a key role in keeping people safe.
In this year’s Campus Safety Video Surveillance Survey, 94% of K-12, higher education and healthcare respondents reported having one or more video surveillance solutions installed on their campuses.
Another 82% of campuses reported using those systems on a daily basis. More than half (57%) said their security cameras frequently provide evidence for investigations, and another 33% said video surveillance systems sometimes provide evidence. Drilling down further, hospital respondents said their security cameras frequently (75%) or sometimes (25%) provide evidence in investigations.
Additionally, nearly one in three respondents (31%) said their video surveillance systems frequently prevent crime and another 47% say their cameras sometimes prevent crime.
While video surveillance has proved helpful in making many campuses safer, it can also provide pure entertainment when hilarious moments are captured. And thanks to the fact that 38% of Americans also own home security products, the internet is filled with funny video surveillance footage.
We’ve compiled a handful of these videos captured on peoples’ home video surveillance systems.
Here are some additional helpful resources on the importance of video surveillance in keeping campuses safe:
- How Video Surveillance Systems Can Mitigate Campus Risk During COVID-19
- 5 Video Security Challenges to Address Before Returning to Campus
- Using Video Management Systems for a Safe Reopening During the Coronavirus Pandemic
- 5 Considerations When Choosing Campus Security Cameras
- Nearly 4 in 10 Security Cameras Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks
- Making the Case for Video Surveillance Upgrades
- 2019 Video Surveillance Survey: Campus Cameras More Popular Than Ever
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