It is essential for a Cannabusiness to have high-quality video surveillance and record daily footage. Our cameras come in a wide selection varying from grainy analog cameras to Ultra high definition 4K cameras. Equally crucial to the quality of the camera system is the capability of the individual installing the system. A costly high-quality CCTV Camera system poorly installed in a Cannabis Cultivation can easily malfunction when exposed to the humid climate that plants grow in. It is important to use companies that are licensed to install CCTV Systems in your state.

 

Cannabis is a potential target for crime from the moment it’s harvested. Securing the product from theft needs to happen at all levels of the supply chain. iView Security is a one-stop-shop for all of your surveillance and access control needs. We design each system to suit our clients’ operations, you’ll get a custom solution that’s ideal for your dispensary, one that can scale as you grow.

BENEFITS OF CANNABUSINESS SURVEILLANCE

  • Guard vulnerable buildings from the risk of fire

  • Minimize loss should a fire occur

  • Alarms for dispensary – secure your site toward potential trespassers and break-ins

  • Identify when trespassers

All of our security camera installations are backed with the same customer satisfaction guarantee that we extend to local clients, regardless of where you're located. With service representatives at the ready to answer any question or handle any problem, we put the customer first, every time.

For a Cannabusiness security camera estimate, we require a site visit, which typically requires a fee. However, we offer free onsite estimates for government facilities local to us.

Cannabis Security Regulations by State

Florida:

Medical cannabis legal as of 2016 – Not yet operational

Recreational cannabis illegal

 

Florida Statutes, Public Health: General Provisions – 381.986 Medical Use of Marijuana

 

(f) To ensure the safety and security of premises where the cultivation, processing, storing, or dispensing of marijuana occurs, and to maintain adequate controls against the diversion, theft, and loss of marijuana or marijuana delivery devices, a medical marijuana treatment center shall:

1.a. Maintain a fully operational security alarm system that secures all entry points and perimeter windows and is equipped with motion detectors; pressure switches; and duress, panic, and hold-up alarms; and

b. Maintain a video surveillance system that records continuously 24 hours a day and meets the following criteria:

(I) Cameras are fixed in a place that allows for the clear identification of persons and activities in controlled areas of the premises. Controlled areas include grow rooms, processing rooms, storage rooms, disposal rooms or areas, and point-of-sale rooms.

(II) Cameras are fixed in entrances and exits to the premises, which shall record from both indoor and outdoor, or ingress and egress, vantage points.

(III) Recorded images must clearly and accurately display the time and date.

(IV) Retain video surveillance recordings for at least 45 days or longer upon the request of a law enforcement agency.

 

(d) To ensure the safety and security of its premises and any off-site storage facilities, and to maintain adequate controls against the diversion, theft, and loss of low-THC cannabis, medical cannabis, or cannabis delivery devices, a dispensing organization shall:

1.a. Maintain a fully operational security alarm system that secures all entry points and perimeter windows and is equipped with motion detectors; pressure switches; and duress, panic, and hold-up alarms; or

b. Maintain a video surveillance system that records continuously 24 hours each day and meets at least one of the following criteria:

(I) Cameras are fixed in a place that allows for the clear identification of persons and activities in controlled areas of the premises. Controlled areas include grow rooms, processing rooms, storage rooms, disposal rooms or areas, and point-of-sale rooms;

(II) Cameras are fixed in entrances and exits to the premises, which shall record from both indoor and outdoor, or ingress and egress, vantage points;

(III) Recorded images must clearly and accurately display the time and date; or

(IV) Retain video surveillance recordings for a minimum of 45 days or longer upon the request of a law enforcement agency.

 

* Requirements are subject to change.

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