Posts Tagged: Business Surveillance

Convenience Store Cameras Could Have Helped Solve Murder

Convenience Store Cameras Could Have Helped Solve Murder

February 23, 2010

Over the weekend, a 71-year-old convenience store clerk was shot and killed in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Two armed robbers entered the store – Hermanos Unidos on Dudley Street – on Sunday morning and shot the man when he wouldn’t cooperate, according to the Boston Police Commissioner, Edward F. Davis. The owner and a customer who was […]

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Even Small Towns Need Security Cameras

Even Small Towns Need Security Cameras

February 18, 2010

At the time of the 2000 Census, Newburg, Pennsyvania had about 372 residents. Located in Cumberland County, the tiny town has no traffic lights and no law enforcement, which has presented a problem for its inhabitants. That’s why they’ve decided to take matters into their own hands. During a borough council meeting last month, residents […]

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Sugar Land Police Make the Most of Security Cameras

Sugar Land Police Make the Most of Security Cameras

February 1, 2010

If you’re planning to commit a crime in Sugar Land, Texas, you better hope there aren’t any cameras around. Lately, the Sugar Land Police Department has been using high-quality surveillance systems to their advantage. The cameras are leading to arrests, providing evidence, and helping police to remove dangerous and obnoxious criminals from the street. On […]

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Libraries Need Security Cameras, Too!

Libraries Need Security Cameras, Too!

January 3, 2010

The Austin, Texas City Council is taking security at the Austin Public Library seriously these days. On the Monday before Christmas, they voted to approve nearly $12,000 of city contingency funds to go towards new security cameras for the building. The library already has four cameras in place and director Ann Hokanson says the system […]

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Granddad Bandit Caught on Camera

Granddad Bandit Caught on Camera

November 5, 2009

The “Granddad Bandit” is wanted in seven states and now the FBI is involved. A $10,000 reward is being offered for any information that will lead to an arrest in a string of bank robberies being committed by an older man. Since April 2009, the man has hit at least nine banks in Georgia, Florida, […]

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Delaware Security Cameras

Delaware Security Cameras

October 16, 2009

Delaware certainly isn’t the largest state in the nation – it’s the smallest only after Rhode Island – but it definitely has a large economy. It boats the ninth largest per capita income in the United states and its economy as a whole is often said to be better than that of our entire country. […]

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Connecticut Security Cameras

Connecticut Security Cameras

October 8, 2009

Connecticut is the 4th most densely populated state in the nation and has one of the highest per capita incomes. Its proximity to New York City makes it an ideal spot for suburban living. Its gorgeous coast and beautiful New England scenery also make it an ideal spot for tourism. Whether you’re business supports Connecticut […]

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California Security Cameras

California Security Cameras

September 30, 2009

California is the most populous state in the United States and the third largest in land area. It features three of the top ten largest U.S. cities and is home to several leading international businesses. It is also our country’s top agricultural state. On the other hand, California is also one of the top states […]

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Arkansas Security Cameras

Arkansas Security Cameras

September 16, 2009

When people think of Arkansas business, they generally think of agriculture and industry. While these make up a large part of Arkansas’ economy, the state is also home to several businesses including some of the most known in the world: Wal-Mart, J.B. Hunt, and Tyson Foods. In recent years, several automobile manufacturers have opened factories […]

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Security Cameras Protect Your Business

Security Cameras Protect Your Business

August 11, 2009

Just last week, in the Washington D.C. area, gunfire was heard in the parking lot of a strip mall, near a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant. Police arrived on the scene to find a woman with a gunshot wound to the leg; a second victim had already been taken to the hospital by a friend. Video […]

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