For many property owners, whether private or commercial, CCTV is now a necessary installation to maintain safety and security. Acting as both a deterrent to crime and an assistant in solving it where it occurs, these security systems come in many different forms and many different price ranges so that almost anybody who wishes to use one has an option to suit them. But in an age when everybody has access to these recording devices, what happens to the privacy of the subjects of those recordings?
The danger posed by terrorist bombs planted at public events seems to grow every year, and recent events have shown that music festivals, concerts and other musical events are prime targets for the more deranged sections of society. As such, protecting your events against smuggled explosive devices is more important than ever, and a variety of methods are used by event organisers to guard against this hidden danger.
Bomb detection dogs may be one of the oldest bomb detection methods used, but that hasn't dulled the effectiveness of these hairy protectors.