Video Monitoring

Apartment Maintenance Room Break-in and Bike Theft

Posted by Alex Godwin-Austen on December 14, 2020

In this month’s video, a busy suspect made his way around an apartment parking garage by breaking into the maintenance room, tugging on car door handles and then stealing a bike

Three Trespassers Caught Passing Time on an Idle Construction Site

Posted by Sidney Sommer on December 14, 2020

In this month’s video, a Stealth security operator led police to a group of trespassers passing time at a housing development still under construction.

Rooftop Security Helps Wrangle Wire Thief

Posted by Rick Charney on December 14, 2020

In this month’s video, a trespasser climbed onto the rooftop of a retail center to shop for metal wiring.

Perimeter Fences Aren’t Always Enough to Keep Trespassers Out

Posted by Paul Gross on December 11, 2020

Fencing around a construction site is crucial for keeping the workers, as well as the project itself, safe from interruptions. It also helps to keep casual passersby from entering accidentally. However, those determined to get inside will always find a way. It’s something we see…

What This New Reality Means for Physical Security

Posted by Matthew Clark on December 10, 2020

Most have accepted that there is no going back to normal. Normal being the times before COVID-19. One thing that many have come to accept is that a new normal will emerge. Even with vaccines on the horizon, companies know they need to prepare for the long-term reality ahead. It…

How Is Office Design Affected by the Pandemic?

Posted by Brandon Koepnick on December 7, 2020

Unquestionably, the pandemic has changed lives in many ways. Some of it is temporary. Some of it is permanent. Office design is one of those that will change due to the pandemic. Architecture firm Leo A. Daly verifies this in its new research report titled "The Future of the…

Is Your Vacant Commercial Property Secured the Right Way?

Posted by Matthew Clark on December 3, 2020

What impact has COVID-19 had on commercial properties? The word from REALTORS's Commercial Real Estate Trends and Outlook is that there has been a decline in sales and leasing transactions and an uptick in vacancy rates. It surprises no one that the retail and hotel industries…

Commercial Properties Need Technology in the Time of COVID and Beyond

Posted by Matthew Clark on December 2, 2020

The fallout from COVID-19 has affected commercial properties like nothing they've ever encountered before. With word of a vaccine coming, the world is still a long way from recovering and returning to gathering in public and in larger groups. Clients are pressing pause or…