Because of a rise in specific types of burglaries, law enforcement is bracing for the possibility of a crime-ridden summer. In May, the Los Angeles City Council proposed to increase the LAPD budget by $87 million in order to hire 780 new officers. One of the reasons for this is an uptick in retail robberies, especially at establishments that have jewelry, electronics and other high end merchandise displayed in windows or near entries.
Theft prevention is a must for all retail industries, but a deep need for better business security tools exists in the rental industry as well. If rental equipment theft is a concern for you, the information here may be helpful as you weigh your business security options and learn more about services like remote video monitoring.
Virtual guard monitoring is one of the fastest-growing security solutions available to commercial and government properties. Business owners, building administrators and security managers are quickly waking up to the benefits of this innovative service. Here are some of the questions they ask most frequently.
COVID-19 has made an indelibly detrimental mark on the film and television production industry. In the Motion Picture Association’s most recent annual THEME Report, one of the most unfortunate details included the fact that movie theater releases have declined by 66% since the onset of the pandemic.
Today’s contractors are faced with ongoing concerns over the cost of construction materials. The cost of lumber reached a peak last spring and took a dip over the past few weeks, revealing the instability of the markets that dictate how much contractors pay for the materials they rely on. Unfortunately, criminals pay attention to these trends as well.
We hear a lot of questions about how to go about monitoring video feeds. While there are products that let you see your home security cameras on your phone, many of you want better security for your businesses. If you need more than a way to check in on your cameras manually, Proactive Video Monitoring …