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What Happened to This Storage Facility Can Happen to You

Posted by David Charney on April 19, 2019

The Dallas Morning News reports on a storage facility incident in which the owner ended up with a huge bill. After the customer stopped paying for a storage unit, the owner discovered a mess. One that could lead to legal trouble. The Surprising Contents Found in the Storage…

How Can You Increase Security, Reduce Guard Expenses and Protect Your Bottom Line?

Posted by Norm Charney on April 18, 2019

Find Out In Your Complete Guide to Securing Your Car Dealership According to Google/Comscore, 95 percent of vehicle shoppers begin their research online. So, getting consumers to their lots is a big issue for auto dealerships. Add that to the challenge of protecting valuable…

Are You Making These Office Building Security Mistakes?

Posted by David Charney on April 17, 2019

You're only as strong as your weakest link. This is especially true in building security, an industry that is people-driven. We all know people make mistakes, but not all errors that affect your security management program have a human factor. Here are the five common office…

See What Happens to Valuable Copper on This Construction Site

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on April 16, 2019

With the Department of Energy reporting the amount of stolen copper exceeding $1 billion every year, it makes the metal attractive to thieves. Criminals know they can find it at construction sites even if the property has a fence around the perimeter. They know it can be sold…

Car Thief Arrested at Auto Dealership

Posted by Norm Charney on April 16, 2019

Car lots can make ideal backdrops for criminal mischief, providing ample spots for thieves to hide. A Stealth Monitoring security operator spotted an individual moving between cars and searching through a vehicle at a Beaumont, Texas automobile complex around 1:00 in the…

Arrest of Suspect at Seattle Construction Site

Posted by Steve Mansell on April 16, 2019

Construction sites can be easy targets for criminals, mainly because many of them lack proper security. Around 2:40 a.m., an individual was seen entering a Seattle construction site by squeezing through an opening in the fence. Our security operator contacted police and gave the…

Apartment Security: Parking Lot Shenanigans

Posted by Eric Nauta on April 16, 2019

Parking lots and parking garages can be dangerous places, especially at night. In this video, our Stealth Monitoring security operators observed a vehicle enter the parking lot of a Florida apartment complex just after 2 a.m. Multiple people entered and exited the car. At one…

Is Your Dealership Missing Out on Inventory Opportunities?

Posted by Norm Charney on April 15, 2019

A Harvard Business Review article refers to data that reveals the average U.S. vehicle shopper spends 11 hours online in searching for their next vehicle. They only spend 3.5 hours offline, which includes the trip to the dealership. It goes on to say most purchases occur in…