Federal, State and Local Government agencies and facilities must take added measures to keep their personnel and citizens safe both in their buildings and across their communities.
Security for Federal, State and Local Governments
The U.S. General Services Administration owns and leases over 375 million square feet of space in nearly 10,000 buildings in more than 2,200 communities across the country. These buildings house federal, state and local governments and municipal services that must be secured to ensure the safety of personnel, contractors and visitors.
Integrated security, access control, automation and remote monitoring services from Twenty20 Solutions are the most effective way to secure government buildings, keeping them free from vandalism inside and out and deterring theft of valuable assets like computer equipment or sensitive documents.
In addition to protecting government property, Twenty20 offers a variety of video surveillance solutions that support local law enforcement to help keep public spaces and local events safe for its citizens. Law enforcement agencies across the country constantly need more resources to keep up with the demands placed on them to protect their communities. Integrating advanced video surveillance technology with data analytics gives law enforcement valuable tools to deter crime before it happens.
Twenty20’s mobile video surveillance solutions can be deployed quickly for short-term use in high-crime areas to supplement law enforcement presence. These portable security units are manned with surveillance cameras and other optional equipment, allowing remote users to monitor the activity in the area and even interact with potential security threats via sirens, voice down commands, lighting and more to deter criminal activity. Activity from these units can be viewed online via the Twenty20 customer platform on any computer, tablet or smartphone.
Video surveillance units from Twenty20 allow law enforcement to monitor the footage and triggered events from anywhere at any time. In addition, if your team needs supplemental support to remotely monitor the surveillance units, Twenty20’s Manned Monitoring Center (MMC) offers off-hours or 24/7 support, giving your team more bandwidth to keep your communities secure.
Benefits of Video Surveillance & Monitoring for Government & Law Enforcement
View Sites Remotely
Twenty20 Solutions provides real-time access and visibility to what is happening on your site via our web-based platform. Available from any location and device, you can see your locations in real time or access events to keep track of activity, even when you are not on site.
Twenty20 Solutions offers a variety of security and access control systems that can help protect any area, including government buildings, local events, public parking lots and high traffic areas. Proactive security measures help to minimize the manpower needed on-site while increasing the overall bandwidth to secure your local communities.
Increase Surveillance Area
Mobile video surveillance systems allow local law enforcement to expand its footprint by securing areas without on-site personnel needed. This not only increases the reach that law enforcement can protect, but also gives the perception of an increased security presence, especially in high-crime areas.
With built-in Artificial Intelligence and video analytics, Twenty20's technology like facial recognition can assist in documenting repeat offenders. The data collected with our technology gives you the information you need to make informed decisions that will ultimately allow for more effective use of law enforcement resources.
Solutions for Government
Featured Case Study
Large utility companies require security to protect their high-value facilities and substations, reduce theft and minimize power outage risks from domestic terror threats as part of the Homeland Security Critical Infrastructure list. Specifically, the utility provider had identified a trend of increased theft during construction and expansion projects, when additional materials and equipment were on location at power stations. In response, the company implemented a new policy that required additional security at vulnerable substations, especially during construction projects.