Arlington Police Recognize Stealth Monitoring’s Services for Continued Support in Catching Criminals and Deterring Crime

Posted by Chris O' Rourke on May 25, 2018

Three teenagers were breaking into cars at an Arlington, Texas apartment complex and didn’t think anyone was watching. They were wrong.

Lisa Cantu, a trained Stealth Monitoring security operator, was watching the property on April 20 when she spotted the thieves jiggling door handles and entering a vehicle. She quickly alerted Arlington police and led them directly to the scene. Take a look at the video and see how Stealth Monitoring makes a difference every night for businesses and communities across North America.

Police Spokesperson Karen Standback said, "We were able to quickly get there, and she was able to provide a vehicle description. And when officers arrived, we were able to stop the vehicle and they were actually in a stolen car." The Arlington Police department showed their gratitude by recognizing Lisa with the Citizen’s Certificate Award for her quick actions.

This is all in a night’s work for Lisa and the other trained operators at Stealth Monitoring. For more than a decade, Stealth has been deterring crime at commercial properties by watching surveillance cameras in real time. We specialize in proactive and intelligent video monitoring that can significantly improve threat detection and police response. When trained operators like Lisa see unusual activity, they can immediately contact and partner with local police, providing them an opportunity to arrive while criminals are still on-site. Stealth operators can stay on the phone and share valuable information on suspects, weapons, vehicles, and other relevant details, even directing officers to where the incident is occurring, or the suspect is fleeing.

With more than 18,000 cameras across North America, Stealth will be watching. To learn how Stealth Monitoring can make a positive impact on criminal activity near your business at a faction of the cost of traditional security guards contact us today for a free on-site evaluation and quote.

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