Public spaces like office buildings can be prime targets for burglars and thieves. In many cases, thieves have access to the office building and the offices, and are free to come and go as they please. Many of them time their entrance into the building for regular breaks, lunches, at the very early part of the day, or very late right before everybody goes home. Thieves can slip into the cubicles, and go directly for the correct drawer to find purses, wallets, and other valuable items. More brazen thieves might try to take computers and computer accessories. Anybody can be a victim to this sort of crime, and the guilty party isn’t always an outsider. Sometimes, employees can be guilty of theft as well.Security cameras, either regular cameras or wireless, can be one of the best defenses against possible theft. Well-placed cameras can act as deterrents for would-be thieves, as many of them do not want to risk getting caught. Cameras can also provide crucial evidence if something is stolen. An entire security system would be a great idea, but you can just install cameras to help solve a current problem, or stop a problem before it starts.If you install cameras in a work environment, always remember privacy issues. Cameras should never be installed in an area that has a reasonable expectation of privacy. Cameras should be kept out of restrooms, offices, cubicles, or break areas. If there are any concerns about privacy or employees’ rights, speak to human resources.