Video Interface Systems
Security Equipment Company
Helps Protect Customers in a
Varity of Ways
Security Equipment Company since
its inception has been a consistent
leader in security and alarm installations.
It continually applies the newest and
best of available technology to help you
protect your property and assets. From
the very first of fiber optic installations,
to the most discrete of installations, to
your remote viewing of your premises
over the internet, Security Equipment
Company continues improve available
products and services to meet your
Security Equipment Company provides video interfacing systems
that can help stop some of the most common forms of employee theft.
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Sweet Hearting - With an accomplice "sweet heart" who loads up expensive
items for check out, the clerk rings up the items but charges a lower price than
marked. This type of loss shows up later as shrinkage.
Voids - After the customer has left, the cashier voids a sale and pockets the cash.
Substitute Scans - A clerk scans a low-cost item for a more expensive one. This
is either with a "sweet heart" or the employee pockets the cash difference later.
No Sales - The most common suspect transaction. While this may occasionally be
necessary to correct mistakes, it is frequently used when the employee is "sweet
hearting" or removing cash after some bogus transaction.
YOU CAN SEE THE DIFFERENCE
With Video Interface Recording
Without Video Interface Recording
Without the video interface record you cannot easily tell that the cashier has done
a substitute scan. This common theft practice occurs when the cashier scans a
low-cost item in place of a more expensive one. In this case, the cashier scans a
candy bar in place of a bottle of whisky.
Single Camera Dome with Four
High Capacity Cameras
How a video interface connects into your existing camera system.