Securing Your Home for the Holidays

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Did you score any Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals? As you bring home gifts, remember to keep them safe. Burglars prefer to shop at your house for their electronics and jewelry. A burglary happens every 23 seconds in the U.S. Your home, while...

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Apprehensions Work: Why stopping crimes in progress matters

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

At Radius Security, we have been celebrating a lot of milestones lately. In October, we logged one of our highest number of apprehensions ever, 51, for a year-to-date total of 404 apprehensions. That’s 50% more than we had in all of 2018 and...

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Trick or Treat: Security Tips for Halloween

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Do you have a costume for Halloween yet? Whether you’re dressing up for the office, for a party, or for the kids in your neighbourhood, chances are you’ll be celebrating All Hallow’s Eve. Last year, more than 175 million Americans celebrated, and...

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Storm Warning: How Severe Weather Affects Outdoor Security

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Texas folks know all about thunder and lightning and high winds. This past June, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, 90˚ F humidity collided with a 70˚F cold front to generate downburst winds that hit 71 mph winds at Dallas Love Field.* Hundreds of...

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5 benefits of live video monitoring

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Why install a security system with live video monitoring? The obvious answer is to catch criminals. A live video feed allows Command Center operators to track suspects and notify police of a verified crime in progress. That, in turn, gives the...

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7 Ways to Deter Trespassers

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

In the first six months of 2019, our Redhanded security system led to 226 police apprehensions. The vast majority of those apprehensions, whether at construction sites, auto dealerships or other sites, involved trespassers. So, what are the best...

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Security Systems with Video Analytics Reduce Operator Fatigue

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Imagine monitoring a wall of security video screens stretching the length of an entire room, fed by 350+ cameras. Your job would be to continuously scan a zone of 45+ cameras for suspicious activity for an entire shift. And conduct a virtual...

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Video Monitoring and Security: Canada vs US

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

What is the difference between video surveillance solutions in Canada vs the United States? While the technology remains the same, the two countries differ sharply when it comes to the role of firearms, security guards, and police officers. For...

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Stop Copper Theft with Video Surveillance Technology

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

As we move into the summer months, every year we notice a spike in Copper theft. When copper prices skyrocketed from $1 to $4 USD per pound in 2011, thefts of copper wiring and piping skyrocketed too. Thieves typically targeting industrial and...

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Security Providers: Why the cheapest will likely cost you more

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Faced with tight budgets and timelines, everyone wants to save money. But that doesn’t mean you should cut corners on your security. Hiring the security provider with the lowest monthly fees--or, worse, a DIY kit from a big-box retailer—can cost...

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