Security

How to Catch Trespassers At Night

May 2, 2017

A trespasser are individuals that loiter and prowl, on property with a dwelling-house which does not below to them, especially at night. Preventative Physical Security measures will help protect property, buildings and assets in these circumstances. During implementation of a physical security program, keep in mind as many forms of security for the most effective […]

Understanding Trespassing Laws and Your Rights

January 4, 2016

Most people are familiar with the idea of trespassing and the fact that there are laws to protect a person’s private property from unwanted visitors. However, when we take a second to consider the idea of trespassing, it is not commonly known what exactly constitutes trespassing and what consequences might apply. For the average homeowner, […]

The Importance of Fencing to Safeguard Children

September 1, 2015

The importance of properly installed fences is paramount to the safety of children safety from external threats. Although adult supervision can reduce the impact of safety and security concerns, there must still be put into place a security measure that will ensure the overall safety of children from external threats. Security fencing along the perimeters […]

Safety Around Automated Gates

April 21, 2015

If you own an automated gate at your home or business, it is paramount to make sure it is regularly scheduled for maintenance checkups. It is your responsibility to ensure the gates are safe and operational. If your gate causes injury or damage to the property of others, you may face the risk of a […]

Contemplating Automated Security Gates? Consider This.

December 19, 2014

When it comes to both home and business security, it can be hard to justify a larger scale expense, such as installing entry and/or perimeter gates. The trade offs can include peace of mind, privacy, and of course, the security aspect. But what happens when high profile intrusion stories break, despite the fact that gates […]

Breach of Security at Phoenix International Airport

November 18, 2012

“THE 21-year-old woman who crashed through a gate at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and drove on the runway with her infant son in the car has a history of mental illness, her mother says.

“The security breach was the latest in a series of similar mishaps across the country that have raised questions whether the nation’s airports are truly secure.”