Crime Prevention

How to Meet Strict Canadian Cannabis Security Requirements

Posted by Mark Mariotti on April 23, 2019

Two things make the cannabis industry different from everyone else. One is that it's a cash-heavy business making it ripe for robbery. As a result, Health Canada and the Access to Cannabis for Medicinal Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) created detailed Cannabis laws and regulations.…

How Can You Increase Security, Reduce Guard Expenses and Protect Your Bottom Line?

Posted by Norm Charney on April 18, 2019

Find Out In Your Complete Guide to Securing Your Car Dealership According to Google/Comscore, 95 percent of vehicle shoppers begin their research online. So, getting consumers to their lots is a big issue for auto dealerships. Add that to the challenge of protecting valuable…

Are You Making These Office Building Security Mistakes?

Posted by David Charney on April 17, 2019

You're only as strong as your weakest link. This is especially true in building security, an industry that is people-driven. We all know people make mistakes, but not all errors that affect your security management program have a human factor. Here are the five common office…

See What Happens to Valuable Copper on This Construction Site

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on April 16, 2019

With the Department of Energy reporting the amount of stolen copper exceeding $1 billion every year, it makes the metal attractive to thieves. Criminals know they can find it at construction sites even if the property has a fence around the perimeter. They know it can be sold…

3 Things You Need to Know About Climate Change and the Construction Industry

Posted by Ryan Cox on April 8, 2019

The extreme changes in weather happen frequently and affect the construction industry in many ways. It's no longer simply about ensuring construction workers are dressing appropriately for the temperatures and safety. There’s much more to it. Here are three reasons why the…

The One Apartment Amenity You Want to Offer Tenants

Posted by Pearson Brock on April 5, 2019

The advantage of managing or owning a Class A apartment property is that tenants want to live in your building. It's typically in a desirable neighborhood with little crime. However, the fact is that apartments and condos have an 85 percent greater likelihood of being…

This Trend Will Make You Change Construction Security

Posted by Ryan Cox on March 26, 2019

Two recent incidents of crane climbing indicate that the dangerous activity isn't going away any time soon. It’s not just the risk-takers looking to climb the tallest item on a construction site. In fact, the people in these cases weren't climbing for thrills. Here are two very…

Does Your City Let You Track Neighborhood Crime Like This?

Posted by Amy Hite on March 20, 2019

Do you know where neighborhood crime is happening in your city? Is it near your home or workplace? Residents and businesses in Frisco, Texas, have a way to get answers to all their neighborhood crime questions with an interactive visual tool. Crime Mapping Frisco Residents and…