Pembrokeshire, Wales (May 31, 2010) - CCTV4U, industry leaders in providing CCTV security solutions across Europe, have recently upgraded security measures and systems for sites owned and operated by holiday provider Bourne Leisure. Bourne Leisure are the proprietor of several holiday parks in the West Wales area such as Kiln Park Tenby, Penally and Lydstep. They have sadly noticed an increase in crime and vandalism from holiday-goers during the last couple of seasons, mostly from revelers who feel empowered being away from their home environment that take their actions too far. Bourne Leisure already had an excellent professional relationship with CCTV4U, who proposed a variety of solutions to combat the problem. Came barriers with Paxton access control were integrated at all sites for the benefit of park residents, whilst Kiln Park especially chose to upgrade their CCTV systems in the show bar area to Bosch Dinion cameras to provide better Hi-Res images in low light conditions to single out perpetrators and hooligans. "West Wales is a very popular tourist attraction and it's a shame that people who don't abide by the rules set out to ruin everybody's holiday," states a spokesperson for CCTV4U. "As flocks started to increase, so did the need for extra security measures to nip any potential problems in the bud before they occurred. We're good friends with Bourne Leisure and have been helping them with their security for years. We also provide to other companies within the leisure industry and are open to anybody who wishes to safeguard their properties with effective, affordable security methods." To find out more about CCTV4U please call 0845 226 3191 or visit: www.cctv4u.co.uk.