iC2 CCTV has installed a complete 96 camera CCTV with digital recording solution together with PAC access control and a Bosch digital public address system at Kingsford Community School in the London borough of Newham. The contract was undertaken on behalf of Johnson’s Workplace Management (JWML) – a PFI company.
The school is one of the largest mixed comprehensives in London (1700 pupils) and is situated in Beckton in East London.
iC2 has installed a school security system which monitors 96 cameras covering all of the schools corridors, washrooms communal areas and playgrounds. The high spec Panasonic day - night cameras have been programmed to use auto focus when switching from colour to black and white. There are also five MIC -1 fully functional pan, tilt and zoom cameras with twin IR (infra red) lamps fitted with Redwall motion detection system. All cameras can be accessed remotely via broadband.
The control system can be programmed to restrict access, lockdown designated areas and track and time the movements of visitors and staff. iC2 also installed a high quality public address system which is used to signal breaks and lesson changes and can broadcast a range of musical themes.
Commenting for Johnson’s Workplace Management, Paul Dewberry said:”iC2 are an excellent strategic partner. They have once again delivered a quality solution on time and on budget. In two years I have yet to highlight any issues. System, performance and response are second to none. iC2 continues to deliver.”