360° Perimeter Coverage
Be it a whole house or simply a unit in a building, install enough CCTV cameras at various angles around the building to get whole visibility. In case of an untoward event, it will be helpful to review the CCTV footage to check if there has been anyone directing a recon of the bank, and take appropriate action.
Cover All the Entrances And Exit Point
First make-up may be to cover only the main entrance to the bank. However, threats can arrive even from the corner frame or a back gate. Even if you have CCTV cameras covering the external perimeter, you should have bank surveillance cameras inside the bank facing the entry/exit points. This will help keep a digital eye on who has entered and left the premises.
Make Them Out Of Reach
Breaking the lens of the camera, harmful the wire to cut off the feed, spraying paint over the lens are a few of the ways in which the bank surveillance cameras can be rendered ineffective. To prevent this, place the cameras out of reach of potential miscreants such as above 12 feet or so. This will make it harder for an antisocial section to mess with the cameras. In a bank, if anyone even tries to hint the camera, it will come to the warning of the others and raise an alarm.
Certify Good Lighting
CCTV cameras covering dark alleyways or corridors is futile. Make sure that there is enough lighting in the CCTV cameras’ range of coverage to get visible and logical footage. Or, invest in good quality night vision cameras if you believe that you cannot undeniably be sure about the level of lighting the different areas of the bank will have.
Ensure Multiple Cameras in High Traffic Zones
Cover only the secluded parts of the bank is not sensible. An intentional distraction can be created in the middle of a swarming part of the bank. To get a better sense of what is happening or has ensued and what led to the commotion, ensure that there are multiple CCTV cameras pointed at different angles covering these crowded zones.