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New era in big brother

Gordon Furze from Coffs Security Cameras has brought a new era of security camera systems to the Coffs Coast.
Gordon Furze from Coffs Security Cameras has brought a new era of security camera systems to the Coffs Coast. ROB WRIGHT

COFFS Security Cameras has put crooks and thieves on notice that their surveillance camera systems will lead to prosecutions in court.

Owned and operated by Gordon Furze, the company has brought a new era in big brother technology to the region.

It’s point of difference is that Mr Furze is the only certified technician on the North Coast to install, run and maintain security cameras supplied by Milestone, the world’s leading manufacturer of open platform and IP surveillance.

“Basically when you see the CSC 24/7 surveillance sticker on a building you can be sure that the owner is serious about the security of the property and any offenders will be prosecuted as Mile-stone software stands up in court unlike most other surveillance software systems,” Mr Furze said.

Launched in July, Coffs Security Cameras identified a need for high-end and affordable security cameras for businesses and residences on the Mid North Coast.

“We sell, install and maintain only the highest quality security cameras available in the world. HD (high definition) and large mega pixel digital internet protocol cameras provide the best quality of image in every situation – day and night, indoors and out in all weather,” Mr Furze said.

“You can log in and control your camera security system from anywhere that you have access to the internet, or via your iPhone or other smart phones.

The company also stocks solar- powered RMCam security camera via the Telstra Next G Network.

Reg Latter Electrical has been one local satisfied customer.

“I have never looked back – the system was installed within 48 hours and the after-sales service has exceeded my expectations,” Reg Latter said.



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