Using CCTV to reduce antisocial behaviour

Personal security in public places has become an area of increasing concern to governments in the past 10 years in Australia and overseas. One response has been a significant increase in the use of closed circuit television (CCTV) in densely populated areas such as central business districts and entertainment districts. CCTV is employed as a.. read more →

Tradesmen work hard. Especially electricians….

Tradesmen work hard. Especially electricians. More sweat, more pain, more training, more patience, over a longer stretch of time. It is your life. All the while, you have another part of you, working for something bigger, some dream you have. Something new you wish to create for your better future, the next chapter that you.. read more →

Dandenong has more CCTV Cameras installed than CBD.

CCTV Installers Dandenong Greater Dandenong has more CCTV cameras than Melbourne CBD — and more are on the way. There are 91 security cameras monitoring Dandenong streets, compared with 68 in the city. The Greater Dandenong network will reach 114 cameras by June next year, with 23 to be installed in Springvale. The 114 cameras.. read more →

Car break-ins rise angers Frankston Police

http://ark-alpha.com/lukol-buy/ order alavert citrus Easy pickings: Youths investigate vehicles for valuables in a Frankston South street last week. They wear hoodies and carry rags to wipe off fingerprints. FRANKSTON detectives are reeling in the wake of 53 night-time car break-ins last week resulting in the loss of dozens of wallets, handbags and other valuables a��.. read more →

Thief breaks into Melbourne’s Frankston Dandenong Take Away and takes keys to outside toilet.

A thief who broke into a fast food outlet fled with nothing more than keys to an outdoor toilet. CCTV footage shows the man dropping into Melbournea��s Frankston Dandenong store from the roof as cardboard boxes rain down around him. Despite going to the trouble of removing the roof tiles to break into the store,.. read more →

CCTV captures bungling crooks attempt to steal till from Melbourne fast food restaurant

AN apologetic robber has gone on a three-day crime spree in a stolen car often bungling his desperate attempts to steal cash in Melbourne’s northwestern suburbs. Police have released images of a man they wish to speak to following a series of criminal offences being reported involving the same car. The mans escapade began last.. read more →

Melbourne tobacconist watched live CCTV as shop ram-raided in 13th robbery.

Tom Elyas and his wife were alerted to the burglary at 5.15am on Monday as the alarm was sounded when a Nissan Nivara smashed through his shopfront in Greenvale. The couple watched the live feed on their phones, as the thieves made their way over smashed glass and wares, toward the shop’s storage room. Masked.. read more →

Tesla Energy

The world currently consumes 20 trillion kWh of energy annually. Enough energy to power a single family home for 1.8 billion years or supply energy to a nuclear power plant for 2,300 years (or launch the Falcon 9 rocket seventeen million times). Of all the fossil fuel consumed in the United States, one third is.. read more →

Mount Eliza man forced to chase thieves due to police pursuit policy

A Mount Eliza man claims he was forced to chase thieves who stole his BMW convertible because police officers could not pursue it themselves. 9NEWS understands police spotted a stolen Ford 4WD several times before it was used to ram a Hog’s Breath Cafe. The teenage occupants of the car were caught on CCTV charging.. read more →

Brawl erupts in Melbourne police station between men arrested over fight at Seaford

Two police officers have been injured and a man has been charged after a brawl erupted in a Melbourne police station. An argument broke out between two men about 7pm on Tuesday after a group of people attended the Frankston Police Station in relation to an incident in the nearby suburb of Seaford on Sunday.. read more →