Attempted Car Break-ins at Multifamily Communities

Posted by Shawna Ivy on November 30, 2020

According to a report from the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division, there were an estimated 721,885 thefts of motor vehicles in the U.S. last year. We aren’t surprised because we see attempts all the time.

How COVID-19 Has Changed the Construction Industry

Posted by Paul Gross on November 25, 2020

"Construction workers are five times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 than their peers in other professions, according to a new study from University of Texas at Austin researchers," writes Dom DiFurio in The Dallas Morning News. According to the article, researchers…

Here's How to Help Prevent Dealership Vandalism

Posted by Norm Charney on November 23, 2020

In Oakland, California, a Mercedes-Benz dealership was vandalized as trespassers wrecked and spray-painted vehicles. They set at least one vehicle on fire. A Twitter video showed protesters inside the dealership jumping on the cars and kicking the windows. Another dealership in…

How to Go Contactless and Boost Security at Your Apartment Building

Posted by Shawna Ivy on November 20, 2020

Managing apartment buildings and other multifamily housing properties has changed because of the coronavirus. Although the pandemic won't last forever, it has permanently transformed how we live and do business. The changes it has forced companies to make will benefit everyone…

Why You Want Video Surveillance in the Cannabis Industry

Posted by Mark Mariotti on November 18, 2020

Many U.S. states and Canadian provinces require cannabis businesses to include video surveillance as part of their security. Exactly what they need varies from state to state in the U.S. Sometimes the regulations don't apply to the entire state. In California, for example,…

Attempted Car Break-ins and Package Theft in Mailroom Leads to Gunpoint Arrest

Posted by Brandon Koepnick on November 16, 2020

In this month’s video, two suspects attempt to break into parked cars, then steal packages from the mailroom. We called police who arrived with guns drawn.

No Trespassing Signs Mean Nothing to Determined Intruders

Posted by Hugh Wong on November 16, 2020

In this month’s video, two people blew right past the “No Trespassing” sign on the fence surrounding a construction site. The sign didn’t stop them, but we did.

Dumpster Diving Duo Arrested Behind Shopping Center

Posted by Rick Charney on November 16, 2020

In this month’s video, two individuals found more than they were expecting to when searching through a dumpster.