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Community Safety with Arlington Police and Stealth Monitoring

Posted by Amy Hite on August 7, 2018

On Saturday August 4, first responders and auxiliary organizations participated in a community safety event at the Las Lomas Apartment community in Arlington, Texas. At the event, which was the first in a series dedicated to community safety in at-risk neighborhoods, residents…

Types of HD Video Surveillance with Night Vision Security Camera Systems

Posted by Amy Hite on August 6, 2018

Every effective security system needs reliable cameras. A lower resolution camera may be fine for daytime surveillance but may not be able to adequately protect areas from crime at night. There are a variety of night vision security camera systems on the market. They come in…

A Makeshift Fireworks Show Sparks Flames

Posted by Amy Hite on July 31, 2018

Construction sites can be dangerous places to work. Accidents have the potential to be life threatening. Watch the Video: A Makeshift Fireworks Show Sparks Flames Around 9:40 p.m. on a Sunday night, a trained UCIT security operator was watching a construction site as a group…

Do You Have Wireless Security Cameras on Your Property? We Can Watch Them

Posted by Amy Hite on July 25, 2018

Many property managers and business owners use security cameras to protect their self-storage, shopping centers, and other types of commercial property. However, just the presence of cameras on their own isn’t always enough to deter or prevent criminal activity. For this reason,…

What to Consider in a Video Surveillance Service

Posted by Amy Hite on July 24, 2018

Loss of materials and delays in schedules are serious concerns for any construction site manager. Setting up video surveillance at the site is a proactive way to deter criminal activity like property damage and theft and protect your investment in materials and manpower. Here…

Flood Safety and Security for Commercial Properties

Posted by Amy Hite on July 16, 2018

Heavy rains recently pounded south Texas, causing disastrous flooding and damage. As a result, Governor Greg Abbott issued a federal disaster declaration for Hidalgo and Cameron counties which include the cities of McAllen, Harlingen, Weslaco, Brownsville and Sharyland. Many…

Do You Have a Hurricane Safety Plan in Place?

Posted by Amy Hite on July 12, 2018

It’s hurricane season in North America. Is your multifamily residential community ready? The 2017 hurricane season broke multiple records with 17 tropical storms, six category three hurricanes and two category five hurricanes. Nearly 150 people died in the United States as a…

Experts Predict Boom in Medical Marijuana in Canada

Posted by Amy Hite on July 9, 2018

The United States’ medical marijuana industry is growing at an accelerated rate. It's not surprising this same trend is on the rise in Canada. In fact, it’s growing so fast that experts predict its value will exceed $1.3 billion by 2024. Given that information, it’s also not…