The catalytic converter theft epidemic has been sweeping the nation for quite some time, and Delaware is no different. Delaware State Police are doing their part to educate the public on what’s driving this trend and how we can work together to fight it. Meanwhile, a Delaware catalytic converter theft bill was recently passed that requires catalytic converter buyers to report each sale. But why do thieves steal catalytic converters, and what can you do about it if they happen on your commercial property? Here’s the critical info.
Because loitering happens in all our service areas, we know how businesses throughout the Tri-State area are impacted by it. When loiterers persistently station themselves in or around a business, prospective customers can be dissuaded from entering. Once they tell others about the loitering taking place, word can spread very quickly. In short, loitering has a detrimental impact on entire blocks of businesses. Loitering also happens outside apartment buildings, which can lead to residents feeling unsafe and detracts prospective new tenants. Loitering is no small matter, which is why video surveillance is needed to help fight it.
With each new year, there are new offerings in security technology — and in 2022, video surveillance has some of the most exciting developments coming down the pike. Here are the trends we can expect to see in security cameras over the next year.
As each day passes, we continue to see the far-reaching effects of COVID-19 as things slowly level out to a new normal. Yet, businesses still struggle to find lasting solutions to reduce the spread of the virus months after its onset. Thankfully, commercial video surveillance is one of the available solutions to help fight this invisible threat.
Most peoples’ knowledge of technology in the security industry comes from watching TV and movies. However, as we know, there’s a vast difference between the fictional world and reality. The general public’s understanding of these technologies is influenced by extreme or exaggerated news stories that raise concerns about our privacy.
As security technology advances, it’s becoming increasingly more available to more companies of all sizes as the cost of hardware and servers decreases. Now businesses can install and operate their IP video surveillance systems at a lower cost with increased efficiency, meaning you also get more value from your money. Here are some ways you can reduce the associated costs of video surveillance for your organization.
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