Stealth’s Farshad Raoufi Receives Distinguished Award from Toronto Police Services Board

Posted by Hugh Wong on April 19, 2022

When the Toronto Police Service Guns and Gangs Unit worked late into the night and early morning hours investigating an incident, Farshad Raoufi, Video Analyst Manager here at Stealth, burned the midnight oil alongside them. The incident in question concerned a shooting…

Early Morning Construction Site Breach Ends in Arrest

Posted by Hugh Wong on April 12, 2022

Materials and equipment theft, trespassing, and damage are all constant threats to construction projects. Not only could the site face losses from the stolen or damaged materials, but also the liability if someone was injured, as well as the time lost while waiting for…

Construction Trespasser Arrested After Trying to Hide from Police

Posted by Hugh Wong on August 20, 2021

In this month’s video, we spotted a trespasser on a Toronto construction site playing a game of hide and seek with police. Guess who won?

No Trespassing Signs Mean Nothing to Determined Intruders

Posted by Hugh Wong on November 16, 2020

In this month’s video, two people blew right past the “No Trespassing” sign on the fence surrounding a construction site. The sign didn’t stop them, but we did.

Construction Security: Trespasser Caught by Stealth and Arrested

Posted by Hugh Wong on July 22, 2019

Construction sites are popular targets for people looking to steal equipment, vandalize property, or just hang out. Loss, damage and liability can all wreak havoc with your timeline and budget.

This Is What You Need to Do to Reduce Metal Theft

Posted by Hugh Wong on May 3, 2019

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration states the U.S. processes 56 million tons of iron and steel and 1.5 million tons of copper every year. Not only does scrap metal recycling protect the environment, it is also more cost-effective than mining raw materials. This…

Two Things You Need to Know About Scrap Metal Recycling

Posted by Hugh Wong on March 22, 2019

Scrap metal recycling is a massive industry in North America. Companies process several million tons every year. The purpose is to recover and process scrap metal from end-of-life products, structures, or manufacturing scrap. Scrap metal recycling also prevents the need to mine…