CCTV or Closed Circuit Television is a video security system that allows you or your security personnel to view or record pictures via the cameras. Previously dedicated to securing banks and casinos, CCTVs now are used as home security systems and for daily surveillance of public areas, cark parks and public facilities. CCTV cameras are unique in the way that they do not transmit their signals openly for all to see; they are transmitted using direct wireless links within the camera itself. They are most commonly used for the prevention of crime within the home and places of business, they are found within many types of businesses including banks, government buildings, hospitals and even convenience stores. No matter how large or small the place of business the installation of CCTV can be a great advantage for the safety and security of the people who occupy them and their belongings. The use of CCTV cameras has seen a huge increase during recent years, which has even come to raise questions from the public regarding the fact that some feel they are under constant surveillance, but the majority have since come to realize that such procedures are in place with their safety in mind. You may consider setting up a security camera at work to keep a check on violence. It could be bullying at work, sexual, physical, verbal and emotional harassment. Surveillance cameras act as monitors and allow you to access any unethical actions at work. CCTV cameras help to control an unpleasant situation. Based on the evidence caught on tape you can seek police help if violence has happened.