When was the last time you looked at your customer contracts? Not all installers spend much time on creating or customizing contracts. In many cases, alarm installers may have found a template to use or were provided with a boilerplate
If you’ve been following sports and security news, you’ve probably been seeing a lot of headlines about a recent scandal. Notably, the LA Dodgers have been sued with four separate lawsuits claiming excessive force by security personnel at their games.
The dropping temperatures of winter have many businesses and homeowners considering how to make their properties safer and warmer. They also want to be secure against threats like burglary (which tends to pick up around the holidays) or power outages.
We know that more private investigators are opting for a focus on office work than ever before. An entire smorgasbord of services helps PIs search for people, financial information, and more from their desk. Remote work only became more common
If it seems like more and more security guards are getting injured by gunfire these days, you’re not alone. Security guards at hospitals, working at entertainment lounges, and patrolling parking lots are being shot and in some cases killed in
We keep an eye on the alarm industry on behalf of our clients — and to better understand its current landscape and the risks involved. One question that alarm installation businesses always have is the possibility of growth. Is now
While a lot of PI work is done online these days, many investigations still require travel. Some require a lot of travel. And for cases like possible kidnappings, tracking runaways, or locating a missing person that doesn’t want to be
One of the worst things that can happen after an unfortunate security incident is a wrongful death suit. This response occurs frequently in the security industry following a tragedy, as people seek to place blame or find recompense. The more
You may have already heard the infamous story about how, a few summers ago, a janitor at a private research university in Troy, New York heard what was described as “annoying alarms.” While cleaning up, he found the equipment that