We offer a range of security cameras equipped with the latest technology, including high-definition video, night vision capabilities, and remote viewing capabilities. This allows you to keep an eye on your property from anywhere, at any time, using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
At Nepean Regional Security (NRS) we know that nothing is more important than the safety and security of your property, your loved ones, and your business. That’s why we offer the best and most advanced security camera systems in the industry.
Whether you’re looking to monitor your property remotely, deter potential threats, or capture footage of a breach, our security cameras are designed to deliver the results you need.
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We, Nepean Regional Security(NRS), provide professional services including installation, monitoring, and maintenance of security cameras for residential, commercial, or public properties.
Installing security cameras provides several benefits:
There are several types of security cameras available in the market, including wired cameras, wireless cameras, dome cameras, bullet cameras, and PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) cameras and more. Learn More.
The storage capacity of the cameras depends on the type of camera and the storage capacity of the DVR or NVR used to record the footage. Most cameras come with a built-in storage capacity of up to 1TB, which can store several days or weeks of footage.
Yes, security cameras are effective in deterring crime as they provide a visible deterrent to potential criminals and also provide evidence that can be used to prosecute offenders.
Yes, if you are installing CCTV cameras at your home in Sydney, Australia, it is generally required by law to post a visible warning sign to inform individuals that they are being monitored. The sign should be easily visible and clearly state that CCTV cameras are in use. It should also include information about the purpose of the cameras and contact details for the person or organization responsible for the monitoring.
Sharing CCTV camera footage on social media is generally not recommended as it may infringe on the privacy rights of the individuals who appear in the footage. If you have installed CCTV cameras for security purposes, the footage captured should only be used for that specific purpose and should not be shared publicly without a valid reason.
The law in each state and territory of Australia may differ slightly, but generally, if the footage is relevant to a police investigation, you are obligated to provide it. Failure to comply with a request for CCTV footage from the police can result in legal consequences.
The laws and regulations regarding the installation of security cameras in Australia vary depending on the state or territory where you live. In general, you do not need a specific permit to install security cameras on your private property, such as your home or business. However, it is important to ensure that you comply with relevant laws and regulations, including privacy laws and laws governing the use of surveillance devices.