What is Video Verification?
A quicker response is the better response, especially when it comes to intruders. Priority Response is a process adopted by law enforcement and dispatch teams. It means that video-verified alarms are seen as crimes in progress, and police are immediately sent to the scene.
An intruder breaks into a construction site (for example), walks in front of a video device and trips the motion sensor component which instantaneously triggers the built-in camera to then record a short video clip.
The video device then uploads the captured clip to the GeoArm professional 24/7 central monitoring station.
Upon reviewing the video clip and verifying that there is an intruder on site, the GeoArm monitoring operator will initiate an immediate dispatch to law enforcement. If the video shows a raccoon or deer on site, the operator will ignore the alarm event.
Law enforcement treat a video-verified alarm as a crime-in-progress and respond with top priority.
Faster police response means a greater likelihood of arrests and reduced losses.