Surveillance plays a huge part in today’s society, and with cameras lives are experiencing higher levels of security each day. Closed-circuit television (CCTV) which is also called video surveillance is an electronic system for the capture of images, and their transmission to another location for viewing and recording. CCTV cameras or surveillance cameras are video cameras used for the purpose of observing an area that may need monitoring such as banks, stores, and other areas where security is needed. There is a variety of different types of CCTV camera, a more advanced form of CCTV utilize digital video recorders (DVRs). Digital video recorder (DVR) which is an electronic device designed for recording video in a digital format within a mass storage device such as hard disk drive or any other storage device, but the storage capacity of the hard disk drive (HDD) is limited, when this capacity is full the oldest video files will be overwritten automatically. So videos of each camera are stored separately for a relatively short period of time. A Centralized storage is required, so as to obtain information scattered on more than one video and avail the videos for future investigation and research. This research is aimed to transfer videos, which are captured using closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras, existing in digital video recorders (DVRs) devices and store it in a central database, then design a management system for managing, organizing and retrieving of videos. Data collection is based mainly on samples of video taken from Albaraka Sudanese bank. The results shows that designing a management system facilitate retrieval of videos after a long period of time to detect and identifying any abnormal behavior or activity in the enterprise.