Crime Prevention

Why You Need to Worry about Loitering

Posted by Chris O' Rourke on August 19, 2019

Many municipalities have laws against camping on public property. As a result, it drives people to private commercial properties. A vagrant loitering on commercial properties is bad for business. Unwelcome people who hang around your commercial property — whether it's a shopping…

Is Your Office Security Solution as Effective as It Could Be?

Posted by David Charney on August 16, 2019

Download Your Complete Guide to Securing Your Office Now. Office security is a vital part of protecting your business. While security technology continues to evolve, criminals have also become more creative in their tactics. According to the FBI’s U.S. Crime Record, thieves…

Your Business Could Be Responsible for Crime

Posted by Rick Charney on August 14, 2019

Here's a cautionary tale that can happen to any business. Legal action forced one Dallas business to shut down. The owner and managers of that business did not commit a crime. They did not sell drugs, commit robberies, or run a prostitution ring. Rather, their business became…

This Is What You Need to Do to Reduce Liability

Posted by Chris O' Rourke on August 12, 2019

Businesses may not worry about liability because they think insurance will take care of it. However, general liability insurance doesn't always cover it. Liability can greatly affect companies in many ways. Even if the insurance company approves of a claim, it can take a while.…

Infographic: What Are the Best Ways to Secure Your Multi-Family Residential Property?

Posted by Eric Nauta on August 8, 2019

Every 32 seconds, someone moves into an apartment. They all want a safe place to live but may not realize that apartments and condos are 85 percent more likely to be burglarized than single-family homes. This is a big issue for property management. What puts these multifamily…

What Can We Do About Parking Lot Security?

Posted by Chris O' Rourke on August 5, 2019

Many businesses and properties with parking lots have a real problem. More than 1 in 10 property crimes occur in parking lots or garages per the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Moreover, they were the No. 3 location for violent crime in 2017 as reported by the FBI Crime Data…

Top 3 Things You Need for the Best Construction Site Safety

Posted by Kirk Biddle on July 17, 2019

Construction accidents are more expensive than you think. That's because of hidden costs such as training a replacement worker, investigating the incident, repairing damages, and continuing insurance coverage. This article looks at the cost of injuries and three things you can…

Stealth Is Now A PULSE Preferred Partner

Posted by Sean Murphy on July 10, 2019

Cargo theft. It’s a crime that has been around for centuries. It is seen as a low-risk, high-reward crime. In the U.S., cargo theft is a $15-$30 billion racket, but statistics are difficult to pinpoint. According to the FBI, less than 20 percent of stolen cargo is ever…