Security Tips

Bicycle Thief Arrested

Posted by Brandon Koepnick on July 17, 2020

Is this an issue at your property?

How to Safely Reopen A Construction Site After COVID-19

Posted by Kirk Biddle on July 2, 2020

Jobsite safety has always been a major objective on construction sites. Since the onset of COVID-19, that concern has become even more heightened, especially as sites begin to reopen. A recent study commissioned by Steve Adler, the mayor of Austin, Texas, found that if jobsites…

How Has COVID-19 Impacted Supply Chain Theft?

Posted by Sean Murphy on June 25, 2020

In the first quarter of 2019, there was relatively little change in the number of supply chain thefts compared to 2018. There were 132 in 2018 and 131 in 2019. Fast forward to 2020, a year completely disrupted by the COVID-19 global pandemic, and that number jumps over 50…

4 Tips to Help Reopen Your Retail Center

Posted by Rick Charney on May 18, 2020

At the onset of the coronavirus, the economy shut down almost immediately. Millions lost their jobs. Many businesses closed their doors indefinitely. For weeks public health officials and politicians have been debating on when and how businesses can reopen. While timing seems to…

What You Need to Do to Secure Your Multifamily Construction Project

Posted by Pearson Brock on April 24, 2020

The next time you prepare to start a multifamily construction project, how will you secure the building? Do you have a process in place for integrating security, or do you leave it up to the client to add it to their requirements? Maybe it’s resolved later after the project is…

Construction Sites Need These for Better Security

Posted by Ryan Cox on April 9, 2020

Construction sites are either a hubbub of activity or empty after workers have gone home. Both situations put them at risk. They tend to be giant sites. You can't see the entire property standing in one place. Hence, a large crowded site makes it easy to steal something without…

How Technology Can Boost Your Construction Business

Posted by Kirk Biddle on March 16, 2020

In terms of technology, the construction business lags behind most industries. It's understandable because workers depend on lower-tech tools. In addition, the data and automation which are available, not to mention the disparate data sources and the outdoor, non-stationary…

What Security Do I Need for My Multi-Tenant Building?

Posted by David Charney on March 6, 2020

Bad news. Property crime is climbing. Just look to the FBI's U.S. Crime Data Explorer, which shows roughly 64,000 property crimes occurred in commercial and office buildings for 2017. That number jumps to more than 75,000 in 2018. Before that, the number of crimes steadily…