CCTV Signs

CCTV Signs

Is Your Property or Business Protected?

When it comes to protecting your home or workplace It's a proven fact that CCTV Signs provide that extra measure of protection to be a visual and effective way to deter burglars from your property. CCTV Camera Signs to say that your home is protected by home security alarm or no Trespassing Signs area also known to scare people off. 

A lack of security measures around your property is one of the first thing burglars check for when selecting a target.

Home Burglary in Australia Statistics 2020

  • Between 2018-2019, an estimated 2.4% of Australian households experienced a break-in, totalling 231,000.
  • 20.3% of Australian homes have been burgled at some point.
  • It takes 75% of burglars less than 5 minutes to enter a property.
  • In 2015 Australia had the 5th highest rate of burglaries in the world.


  • 46.6% of people surveyed thought that a “guard dog on duty” sign would deter a burglar from targeting their home. It was predominantly younger people that believed having a “guard dog on duty” sign would deter burglars.

  • CCTV Signs to say that your home is protected by home security alarm (regardless of whether it is or not).

  • No Trespassing Signs area also known to scare people off.

When it comes to deciding what type of security measures you want to take, the first step is assessing your property type and risk of loss. If you are protecting a private property, even a vague sign referencing a security system is usually enough to deter break-ins and burglaries. After all, thieves are looking to get in and out as quickly as possible. 

Some simple ways to use signage to protect your property include:

  • Having yard signs indicating surveillance can be a loud and effective way to deter an impulsive burglar.

  • Strategically placing signs near back entrances and easy-access windows help improve overall safety.

  • Alarm stickers are similarly great for placing on windows and doors, which are usually easy targets.

  • A thief will check for unlocked doors and windows first, trying to avoid breaking glass or making too much noise.

  • Seeing a sticker that indicates an alarm will sound off once opened instils fear and is likely to send the bad guys away.

  • Even a “beware of dog” sign has proven to deter potential threats, regardless of whether a dog is actually present.

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