Multi-Family Residential

Meet Stealth at NAA Apartmentalize 2021!

Posted by Matthew Clark on July 22, 2021

Connect with our Multifamily Security Experts in Chicago Prior to 2020, the multifamily industry was making a somewhat slow digital transformation. Today, that effort has been kicked into high gear. Multifamily property managers are adding new technology tools to gain insight…

Drug Activity in Apartment Laundry Room Ends in Real-Time Police Arrest

Posted by Jamie Lynch on July 22, 2021

True protection of multifamily residential housing goes beyond just installing video surveillance cameras. Security cameras keep an eye on the spaces they are positioned to “see,” however, if trained professionals are not watching on the other end, security becomes reactive…

Repeat Mail Thief Caught Red Handed

Posted by Brandon Koepnick on July 19, 2021

In the dark of night, trespassers, loiters and thieves can attempt to access multifamily residential properties. Planning the placement of video surveillance cameras to record activity in high-target areas, such as the mail center and security cages, can help deter loitering,…

It’s Time for GCAA Trade Show 2021: American Heroes. Meet Us There.

Posted by Stephanie Caudill on July 15, 2021

There’s no question the multifamily industry faced unprecedented challenges in 2020. From conducting virtual tours to the economic fallout that has made it harder for many residents to pay rent, property managers and owners have been forced to rethink their strategies. The…

5 Trends in Physical Security Industry Worth Knowing About

Posted by Matthew Clark on July 13, 2021

The many recent hackings have caused companies to shift their focus, time and energy on cybersecurity. Sometimes to the detriment of physical security. The need for cybersecurity is not in question. No company wants to end up in the news or put their customers' information at…

8 Ways Property Managers Can Mitigate Risk

Posted by Shawna Ivy on July 12, 2021

Every day, property managers deal with risk. The bigger the portfolio, the greater the risk. When property management does not manage risk, they put their business could face potential lawsuits and large fines. In researching risk and mitigation for property managers, it often…

Parking Garage Altercation Leads to Arrest

Posted by Brandon Koepnick on July 9, 2021

Based on data collected from the FBI in 2019, the most recent year in which numbers are available, parking garages are the third most common place for assaults, abductions and homicides. The FBI considers parking garages to be “among the most dangerous” places.

Snooping Parking Garage Loiterer Taken into Custody

Posted by Eric Nauta on July 7, 2021

Multifamily apartment complexes tend to encounter security issues such as theft, vehicle damage and break-ins, and more. This can cause residents and staff to feel unsecure and unsafe. What starts as loitering can lead to more serious crimes and incidents.