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Catch of the Month: Arrest of Construction Site Trespasser

Posted by Blake Mitchell on January 23, 2019

In this month’s featured video, a trespasser gets more than he bargained for when he walked onto a construction site. Watch the Video: Arrest of Construction Site Trespasser Not only can trespassing on a construction site lead to more serious crimes, it can be extremely…

Intoxicated Man Gets Medical Help

Posted by Blake Mitchell on January 22, 2019

Catch of the Month Newsletter: Intoxicated Man Gets Medical Help In this month’s featured video, an apparently inebriated man is seen drinking and staggering outside of a shopping center. Watch the Video: Our trained video monitoring operators spotted an inebriated man…

Female Loiterers Arrested in Apartment Business Center

Posted by Blake Mitchell on January 21, 2019

Catch of the Month Newsletter: Female Loiterers Arrested in Apartment Business Center In this month’s featured video, two women enter an apartment business center and linger for over an hour. Watch the Video: Female Loiterers Arrested in Apartment Business Center In this…

Dallas/Fort Worth Retail Real Estate Reaches 95% Occupancy Rate

Posted by Rick Charney on January 18, 2019

Over the past 15 years, the North Texas region has added nearly 60 million square feet of retail real estate space. In that same time span, the Dallas/Fort Worth area has gone from an occupancy rate of 89 percent to 95 percent, making it the longest streak of rates above 90 in…

Stealth Monitoring Presents $10K Check to Toronto-Area Habitat for Humanity

Posted by Blake Mitchell on January 15, 2019

For 10 years Sidney Sommer, Founder/Managing Director at Stealth Monitoring, has been an advocate for Habitat for Humanity. Founded in 1976 in Americus, Georgia, Habitat provides a unique homeownership program, in which families help build their own homes alongside volunteers…

Okanagan Construction Site Thefts on The Rise

Posted by Steve Mansell on January 14, 2019

Construction sites in Okanagan, BC are being targeted for heavy equipment, as well as the trailers needed to transport the equipment. Thieves took a mini excavator, a piece of equipment generally worth a lot of money, in broad daylight from a site in Kelowna, in the Okanagan…

Auto Dealership Security: Car Parts are Big Business

Posted by Norm Charney on January 11, 2019

In 2017, a motor vehicle theft was reported every 40 seconds in the U.S. That number was up by 4% from the previous year, according to data from the FBI. Savvy thieves are getting smarter with their tactics. Gone are the days of hot-wiring. Today’s criminals use smart keys,…

Logistics Costs Increase After a Decline in the Previous Year

Posted by Sean Murphy on December 31, 2018

For the first time since 2009, U.S. business logistics rates are on the rise, up 6.2%. This is according to the 29th Annual State of Logistics Report. What had the biggest impact on costs? The main contributors were a prosperous economic climate combined with demand, a strong…