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How Live Monitoring Could Have Helped Prevent a $10,000 Theft

Posted by Sean Murphy on February 5, 2015

Three and a half weeks after a $10,000 robbery that occurred in December, 2014 in Hillsboro, the police arrested a suspect. The suspect was arrested after closed circuit video footage was released to the public and area police, according to The Oregonian. The materials were…

Protect Your Business: Preventing Copper Theft

Posted by Sean Murphy on January 24, 2015

The US Department of Energy reported that copper theft in America is at an all-time high. Almost $1 billion is pilfered annually. Copper thieves often target apartment complexes, shopping centers and larger office buildings. These properties tend to have lots of material readily…

Organized Crime Ring Targets Copper Theft

Posted by Sean Murphy on December 14, 2012

As the prices of base metals remain high, incidences of copper theft show no signs of slowing in Florida and nationwide. A number of recent thefts have been carried out by a highly organized crime ring. The group, which is believed to be based in Florida, operates under the…

Live Surveillance for Vacant Industrial Properties and Warehouses

Posted by Sean Murphy on December 1, 2012

If you are in charge of a vacant warehouse or other unused industrial property, you should know the importance of properly securing your land against copper thieves, squatters, vagrants, and thieves. Such sites have a propensity to attract unwanted visitors, and they become easy…

Trucking Security: Industry Video Surveillance

Posted by Sean Murphy on February 6, 2011

I recently visited the video monitoring center of Stealth Monitoring to study trucking security. I was curious to see how live video surveillance might be used during in-transit truck or trailer and last mile courier moves. Stealth Monitoring management stated that whether the…