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Summer hours: Whether they’re shorter or longer than they are the rest of the year, they require special attention to security. Here are some security considerations for business owners who change their hours during the summer.
With Father’s Day approaching, it’s time to turn our attention toward ways to make Dad’s day extra special. Now that many fathers are starting to return to in-person work (after a year of working from home and helping with remote learning), this year’s Father’s Day calls for smart home security technology to make his life – and, your whole family’s life – a whole lot simpler.
It’s been an unusual school year — and now, many campuses will be vacated again for summer vacation. Empty school grounds are susceptible to all kinds of security risks, whether it’s students exploring the campus at night or breaking and entering by people with more malicious intentions. The relaxed tempo of summertime can be inviting for everyone from the curious to the criminal, so it’s definitely not the time of year to let school security slide. Even if school police stay on duty during the summer, schools need extra security.
Last year, summertime was the kickoff for months of violent crime in numerous cities. As summer of 2021 poses similar threats, law enforcement departments across the country are warning business owners to prepare for a second wave. The Wall Street Journal reports that as COVID restrictions begin easing and warm weather leads to more outdoor activity, police departments are readying for a potentially violent summer.
Use our Spring Home Security tips below to get your home ready for warm weather. Remember, Security is not expensive, It is PRICELESS! 1. Doors & Windows: Make sure to close and lock your windows at night and when you are away from home. 2. Eliminate Hiding places: Clear away areas that are overgrown or […]
Every business wants to do security correctly, but some business owners are daunted by new security technologies. Let us show you how easy implementing new commercial security technology can be – and, what it can do for your business – with this five-part framework.