Posts Tagged: safety

10 Innovations to Ensure Home Safety

10 Innovations to Ensure Home Safety

December 22, 2016

  Over the last few years, the home safety market has blossomed into a larger competitive market. There are many new technological offerings available to homeowners. Some of the products are designed to ensure safety and help catch would-be criminals in the act of burglarizing your home, Others are meant to help prevent mishaps and to […]

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Watch In Reverse To See Citizens Returning Their Loot In Ferguson, Missouri!

Watch In Reverse To See Citizens Returning Their Loot In Ferguson, Missouri!

January 26, 2015

This is why you need multiple security cameras and, more importantly, cameras with the ability to capture a good face shot in your store! The police want to catch these perps, but they can’t do it without the help of a reliable and properly placed security camera system.   This video can be pretty depressing, […]

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How To Evaluate Your Neighborhood’s Safety

How To Evaluate Your Neighborhood’s Safety

June 6, 2014

Security Tip of the Day: Trust your instincts on your safety Sometimes your gut feeling is the best feeling you can trust. Learn to know when you are uncomfortable. Product Spotlight:3 Mega Pixel Armor Dome IP Camera This little dome camera can be used inside and out due to its weather-proof coating. Besides its’ great video […]

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Looking To Get A Surveillance System For The Day Care?

Looking To Get A Surveillance System For The Day Care?

March 31, 2014

There are some things that we can never change in this world. It’s a sad fact that crime will always exist in our world, but there are some ways that we can help stifle it a bit. We normally turn to surveillance systems and security cameras to turn us away from our suspicions and deter […]

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A Burglary Occurs Every 15 Seconds in the U.S.

A Burglary Occurs Every 15 Seconds in the U.S.

January 31, 2014

Make sure your home security system is set up and running properly before you start reading this article because by the time you finish chances are 8-10 homes have been burglarized in the United States. With a home targeted every 14.4 seconds, the U.S. has the highest burglary rate of any other country in the […]

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Security Cameras for Apartment Buildings

Security Cameras for Apartment Buildings

March 22, 2010

Anyone who owns an apartment building or complex know security is an important issue. Apartment buildings often become the scene for a number of crimes for many reasons. One way to protect your business and your tenants is to have properly installed quality security cameras in and around your building. Here is a look at […]

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Surveillance Cameras for Pharmacies

Surveillance Cameras for Pharmacies

March 13, 2010

Any type of retail outlet or health care facility should have surveillance cameras for a number of reasons. A pharmacy combines both of those worlds, so it’s even more important that a pharmacy be protected by quality security cameras. Pharmacies contain an inventory of items that are expensive and in high demand, and that makes […]

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Cameras Coming to Coral Springs, FL

Cameras Coming to Coral Springs, FL

November 11, 2009

The city of Coral Springs, Florida will be installing security cameras at the intersection of University Drive and Atlantic Boulevard soon. If all goes according to planned, the cameras will help catch criminals and prevent would-be criminals from committing crimes. “I want this at every intersection so if we’re looking for somebody, we are able […]

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Security Cameras for Hospitals

Security Cameras for Hospitals

November 1, 2009

When people think of security cameras in businesses, hospitals aren’t usually the first thing that comes to mind. Even so, a quality surveillance system placed in strategic spots on hospital grounds can not only serve safety and security purposes, but it can become a cost-effective way to prevent lawsuits, monitor staff and patients, and weed […]

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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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