Apartment Security VideoWatch actual footage captured by Stealth Monitoring live surveillance. Our Control Center proactively monitors over 17,000 cameras each night. When they see suspicious activity our trained operators follow client protocols and current property notes and take action that can include activating speaker warnings, calling police to report an incident in progress, and contacting property staff.
Speaker warning stops kid climbing apartment pool fence
At 2:12pm a kid decides that the fence for apartment protection at the pool is no obstacle for a big boy like him. He starts climbing the gate. He enjoys the view from the top of the fence. What he doesn't see is the Stealth Monitoring camera that's part of apartment pool security. A Stealth Monitor operator watches his climb. The operator activates a speaker warning to deter the impending and unauthorized pool access. The young man safely jumps down and runs away.
Legal claims are a critical concern for condo and apartment complexes and homeowners associations. Property owners are legally held to the highest standard of safety to provide apartment pool and complex security and protect tenants and their guests.
Apartment complexes are regularly and successfully sued for negligence when they didn’t have adequate apartment pool security. Other apartment lawsuits include injuries and deaths from property defects, foreseeable criminal activity, animal attacks, car accidents, and fires. As a result apartments are increasingly improving security like live video cameras and surveillance and pool fences.
Tragedies happen all the time where apartment complexes are successfully sued for negligence when they didn't have sufficient apartment protection. Such cases include injuries and deaths attributed to property defects, foreseeable criminal activity, animal attacks, pool drownings, car accidents, fires, and health hazards like toxic mold. As a result apartments increasingly see the needs for improved security, such as video cameras and surveillance, carefully followed safety regulations, speed bumps, and pool fences.
Want to reduce swimming pool accidents and drownings? Improve your apartment pool security with these tips:
- Put alarms on doors and windows that access pool areas
- Install a phone with programmed emergency numbers
- Have a first aid kit easily accessible
- Invest in poolside rescue equipment
- Use four-sided fencing, a minimum of five feet high, with self-closing and self-latching gates