Why You Need Video Surveillance to Help Fight Organized Retail Crime

Posted by Rick Charney on January 13, 2020

A retail theft ring operated for almost a year before the Wilmette, Illinois police department finally captured the thieves per an ABC7 Chicago report. The police recovered an estimated $2 million worth of stolen products. It turns out the thieves would remove retailer…

Connect with Stealth Monitoring at the 2020 NADA Show

Posted by Norm Charney on January 9, 2020

Meet Norm Charney at the NADA Show in Las Vegas! Stealth Monitoring is the largest live video monitoring company in North America. Norm Charney, Founder and Managing Director at Stealth Monitoring, has designed security solutions for hundreds of auto dealerships in the U.S. from…

Get the Best Access Control for Your Property with This Checklist

Posted by Pearson Brock on December 19, 2019

Access control is one of the most effective security solutions for commercial properties and apartments. It's a simple way to manage who can and cannot enter the building. Property managers and owners won't have to worry about keys and changing the locks. Nor will they have to…

An Attempted Break-In, A Smashed Window and an Arrest.

Posted by Rick Charney on December 17, 2019

With no one around to prevent damage and theft, properties that are not monitored can be vulnerable to after-hours break-ins.

Apartment Security: Trespasser Attempts to Kick Down Door

Posted by Eric Nauta on December 17, 2019

Late one night, a Stealth security operator saw a male individual approach a locked storage room door at a Dallas apartment community.

Construction Trespassers Get Tripped Up.

Posted by Paul Gross on December 17, 2019

A perimeter fence on its own doesn’t always keep unwanted visitors out.

8 Ways to Boost Construction Site Security This Winter

Posted by Blake Mitchell on December 16, 2019

Construction site security is critical year-round, but cold weather days add hazards and challenges that require countermeasures. In the wintertime, the days grow shorter and the air gets colder as night falls. Even if your site never gets ice or snow, construction workers…

What You Need in a Construction Site Security Strategy

Posted by Kirk Biddle on December 13, 2019

What's your construction site security strategy? Construction sites are vulnerable to equipment theft, trespassing, crane climbers, and vandalism because of their being out in the open. Construction has one of the highest rates of injuries and fatalities. That's why it's…