A Smashed Window and a Car Chase End in Arrest

Posted by Rick Charney on March 23, 2020

In this month’s video, three suspects smash a window and break into a storefront.

How Did Live Video Monitoring Help One Shopping Center Reduce Crime and Save Money?

Posted by Rick Charney on February 26, 2020

A Dallas shopping center was having an issue with crime at their property. Semi-trucks were parking in their lot overnight. Drug dealers, homeless people and other vagrants were making themselves at home. Of the eight shopping centers owned by Green Earth Realty, this one retail…

Why You Need Video Surveillance to Help Fight Organized Retail Crime

Posted by Rick Charney on January 13, 2020

A retail theft ring operated for almost a year before the Wilmette, Illinois police department finally captured the thieves per an ABC7 Chicago report. The police recovered an estimated $2 million worth of stolen products. It turns out the thieves would remove retailer…

An Attempted Break-In, A Smashed Window and an Arrest.

Posted by Rick Charney on December 17, 2019

With no one around to prevent damage and theft, properties that are not monitored can be vulnerable to after-hours break-ins.

Late-Night Loiterer's Plans Go up in Flames

Posted by Rick Charney on November 19, 2019

In this month’s video, a late-night loiterer ignites trouble at a California shopping center.

6 Crime Prevention Tips That Can Help Secure Your Businesses

Posted by Rick Charney on November 7, 2019

The numbers say it all. Businesses are not doing enough in terms of crime prevention. For starters, CNBC says workplace crime costs U.S. companies $50 billion per year. It turns out that one-third of businesses fail because of workplace theft. Employee theft is also a problem as…

Retail Security: Trespasser Tackled by Police

Posted by Rick Charney on October 22, 2019

In this month’s video, an inebriated trespasser gets tackled by police.

An Effective Shopping Center Security Solution

Posted by Rick Charney on October 16, 2019

Drug deals happen everywhere, even in public, right under our cameras.