Maintaining Public Safety at Major Events

Maintaining Public Safety at Major Events

As more and more people are vaccinated for COVID-19 and the weather gets warmer, festivals, parades, and other celebrations are on the rise. As positive and exciting as these events are, wherever there are crowds, there is a need for security. When people are celebrating, they often let their guard down and can neglect basic… Read More »

Tips to Enhance Your Nighttime Lockup Routine

Tips to Enhance Your Nighttime Lockup Routine

Security means different things to different people. Some feel secure with a large security staff that can act as a deterrent to intruders. Others believe armed guards are essential to keeping valued people and property safe. Still, others will reach for the most cutting-edge of security technology to help them sleep at night. But sometimes,… Read More »

How Does Remote Guarding Work?

How Does Remote Guarding Work?

If you’re considering adding remote guarding to your security plan, you might want to know a little more about how it works. It’s growing in popularity for those who want to lower costs without lowering safety. It’s also a smart solution for areas that require security but are vast, far-flung, inclement, hazardous, or attractive nuisances.… Read More »

Developing and Implementing an Evacuation Plan

Developing and Implementing an Evacuation Plan

Depending on the nature of your business, you probably have an emergency evacuation plan for fire, natural disasters, and other emergencies. You may even have a plan for hazardous materials. But do you have an active shooter plan? It’s become an unfortunate reality that it’s a possibility employers must prepare for. According to the Department… Read More »

Protection Through Remote Guarding: Class A Buildings

Protection Through Remote Guarding: Class A Buildings

Class A office buildings are typically among the most expensive and prestigious in the area. They have high-end finishes, state-of-the-art technology, and enjoy high status. Tenants of these properties have high expectations for every aspect of their rental experience, including security. For some, this may include attentive and respectful guards. Others may prefer a more… Read More »

Protection Through Remote Guarding: Automotive Dealerships

Protection Through Remote Guarding: Automotive Dealerships

Auto Dealerships are challenging to protect. You’ve got a high-value, high-demand product that takes up a lot of room. Your inventory can be spread over a vast area, including auxiliary lots, making it difficult to cover with adequate security. For many, the answer is remote guarding, but is that the best or only option?  … Read More »

Enhance Your Building’s Access Control With Video Surveillance

Enhance Your Building's Access Control With Video Surveillance

Many people regard control as a guard with a friendly face sitting at the front desk checking IDs and signing in guests. While this can certainly be part of your access control solution, in most cases, it’s not adequate on its own. For many companies, adding video surveillance is the solution. There are three types… Read More »

Save Your Business Money With the Help of Remote Guarding

Save Your Business Money With the Help of Remote Guarding

It’s never been more critical to keep your business protected. If your employees are working from home, there are fewer eyes and ears to discourage intruders. If you are in an area that can be subject to civil unrest, you may be looking for solutions to protect your property without putting security officers in harm’s… Read More »

Better Parking Lot Security Begins with Blind Spots

Better Parking Lot Security Begins with Blind Spots

Parking lots are among the most neglected security hotspots. Commonly, security is focused on preventing intruders from entering your building, but with a well-monitored parking lot, you can stop them before they get to the door. The difficulty is that parking lots can cover a large area, sometimes acres in the case of larger businesses.… Read More »

Is Video Surveillance an Invasion of Privacy?

Is Video Surveillance an Invasion of Privacy?

Short answer – no. If you’re in a public place, you have no reasonable expectation of privacy. Video surveillance is intended to protect people and property from harm. Video does not judge; it merely observes and records. It’s up to those responsible for security to analyze the content and determine who may be a wrongdoer… Read More »

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