Do You Have Loiterers on Your Commercial Property?

Posted by Rick Charney on September 13, 2019

There’s loitering and then there’s drunk loitering.

Stealth Monitoring Makes The Growth 500 List For The 11th Straight year!

Posted by Blake Mitchell on September 12, 2019

Canadian Business unveils annual list of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies Toronto, ON (September 12, 2019) Canadian Business and Maclean’s today ranked Stealth Monitoring No. 296 on the annual Growth 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Produced…

Awesome Apartment Amenities: The Problems and the Solutions

Posted by Pearson Brock on September 6, 2019

Multi-family residential tenants love amenities. When they shop for the ideal apartment, they compare apartment amenities. The more amenities available, the better. However, as a multi-family residential property manager or owner, the challenge is ensuring the security of those…

Here Are the Best Tips for Cannabis Dispensary Security

Posted by Scott Cook on September 4, 2019

Don't let your business be like a cannabis dispensary that had to close due to security and other violations. Noncompliance is expensive. Add a shut-down to that and it is a miracle that a business can keep operating. No doubt, your cannabis security program must contend with…

Roof Security Is More Critical Than You Think

Posted by Rick Charney on September 3, 2019

As a property manager or owner, you often think about securing the building, common areas, storefronts, alleys and parking areas. There is one area that many overlook and it can be an expensive problem. What is it? Roof security. The roof is where your expensive HVAC system and…

Live Video Monitoring Is More Than A Crime Deterrent

Posted by Pearson Brock on August 30, 2019

You know there are plenty of issues at your apartment community that warrant an effective security solution. Theft, vandalism, loitering, and dumpster diving are all challenges for apartment managers and owners. Live video monitoring is a cost-effective solution that can help…

What Can You Do About Vandalism on Commercial Property?

Posted by Rick Charney on August 29, 2019

"The high rate of vandalism in Europe and the United States has produced negative effects such as immense financial losses, destruction of priceless art works, reduced public services, and growth of general mistrust," writes Stanley Cohen in "Psychological Analysis of…

Construction Security: Trespassers Can Run, But They Can’t Hide from Stealth.

Posted on August 20, 2019

Trespassing can be a gateway to vandalism, theft, and loitering. Construction sites sometimes end up with crane climbers. A trespasser who gets hurt on your property could sue your company and hold you liable. In this month’s video, two construction site trespassers tried to…