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Restaurant Security

Some of the places considered safest to visit are restaurants. But are they? There are many crimes in restaurants that prove without a doubt, every restaurant needs security cameras.

Restaurants have a history of crimes ranging from simple crimes to just plain weird, with customers and employees getting into vicious arguments over seemingly insignificant things like receiving a poorly made milkshake or picking up the wrong drive-through order. Customers have attacked employees, thrown chairs, and damaged restaurant property.

Both guests and employees have committed crimes against each other.

The best and most effective way to prevent crime and secure your restaurant is to install security cameras to deter crimes and protect your guests and staff.

Restaurant Security Cameras

Multiple Locations Of Your Restaurant

There are many locations at every restaurant where crimes could potentially take place. These areas need protection. Securing large restaurants may require many security cameras. Some restaurants prefer to protect all areas during the initial installation. Other restaurants select one primary area at a time and add cameras in phases.

The important thing is to take action and start a plan to secure your church one step at a time.

Entries and Exits

Entry and exit doors are the main place where people flow in and out of a restaurant. All entrances should have security cameras to protect them. Not only do security cameras protect your guests and staff, but security cameras can record any illegal activity coming into a restaurant.

Offices

Not surprisingly, theft occurs among restaurant staff. Restaurant staff may be tempted to take what does not belong to them. Trusting staff may leave valuables at their desk or work area. Sometimes employees leave purses accessible. These unexpected situations are easy to deter with the installation of video cameras.

Restrooms

While it may not be possible to place security cameras inside a bathroom, it is important to place cameras at restroom entrances. This deters crimes from taking place in private locations.

Wireless or Wired Cameras

There are 2 ways to connect security cameras. The two ways to connect security cameras are wired cameras and wireless cameras. Wired security cameras are more cost effective and better for most restaurant installations.

Wireless Cameras

Wireless cameras transmit video wirelessly over your WiFi network. For locations where it may not be reasonable to run cables, wireless cameras may be good a good choice.

Wired Cameras

Wired security cameras usually cost much less to purchase. These cameras send video through CAT5 or CAT6 cables. Most camera installations at churches use wired cameras.

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Dome Cameras Or Bullet Cameras

There are basically two types of surveillance cameras to choose from when selecting video surveillance cameras for your church. The two types of cameras are dome cameras and bullet cameras.

Dome security cameras are a better choice for several reasons. For more information about dome security cameras, read our article Reasons To Choose Dome Cameras.

Restaurant Security Cameras Remote Access

Security camera systems may optionally provide remote access to surveillance video. This can be beneficial for management, staff and security personnel who can easily and conveniently watch locations on their smart devices. This requires installation of an app on your smartphone.

Restaurant Security Cameras Recording

Restaurant security cameras can record video on DVRs. This provides evidence for unplanned situations if needed. DVRs can record multiple streams from multiple cameras. Recorded video may assist authorities with identifying people involved in crimes.

Quality

When selecting security cameras for your restaurant, choose good quality cameras that will last, especially when installing security cameras outside. Witness Security provides a 2 year quality guarantee on security video cameras and professional installation.

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More About Restaurants

Restaurant are the most delicious locations in any city or town. Restaurants serve a variety of meals from fast food burgers to formal dinners. Some restaurants serve only desserts. Let’s not forget Dunken Donuts or Krispy Creme. Even convenient stores are becoming restaurants serving food from inside diners.

Restaurant Stats

More than 1 million restaurants in the United States serve food to hungry customers.

More than 15 million restaurant industry employees work at restaurants in the United States.

Americans spend more than 6% of their earnings at restaurants.

Over half of the country orders food for delivery or takeout once a week or more.

The average length of employment of a restaurant worker is less than 2 months.

The U.S. restaurant industry earns nearly $800 billion in revenue each year.

9 out of 10 restaurant managers started their careers in entry-level positions.

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Restaurant Crimes

Cheeseburgers

A customer was arrested after getting upset when a McDonald’s restaurant would not make him 30 double cheeseburgers.

Milkshake

A man didn’t like the way his milkshake was made so he attacked the employee who made the shake. Security footage obtained by KTVT-TV showed the man tossing a milkshake toward her. He then threw a chair over the counter before chasing her to the back of the restaurant. There he punched her and threatened to kill her.

Burrito

A Taco Bell employee allegedly assaulted his manager with a hot burrito because he was upset over having to work the morning shift.

Bacon Biscuit

A customer who ordered a bacon biscuit mistakenly received a sausage biscuit. She shoved an employee into a french fry station. The customer received her order at the drive through window. She got out of her car, walked into the restaurant, wentt behind the counter, and attacked a teen employee by shoving her into the french fry station, according to WISN 12 News.

Chicken Nuggets

A woman punched through a drive-thru window after an employee refused to sell her chicken nuggets.

Frappe

After a restaurant employee told a customer that the frappe machine wasn’t working, the customer shot her in the face with a paintball gun. The employee suffered a wound to her face just inches from her eye.

Miscellaneous Acts Of Violence

A woman wearing a bikini created a scene after complaining about her food order. She threw objects at employees before jumping up on the counter and throwing more items at people. The incident was caught on video. She was charged with misdemeanor battery, criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct.

An abused woman attempted to pass her 2-year-old daughter to a McDonald’s worker through a drive-thru window as she was being beaten by her boyfriend. Video caught the dramatic moment when the mother tried to give her daughter to the fast food employee.

Protect Your Restaurant

The effects restaurants have on society, our culture and families is scrumptious.

Protect those who dine at your restaurant. Secure your restaurant with high quality security cameras.