Are You Safe? Mapping Crime Across Canada

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Are there more murders in Vancouver or Toronto? What about break-and-enters or auto thefts? Is one area of the city or one suburb safer than another? Police departments across Canada have published maps and statistics based on crime reports....

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Partners in Fighting Crime: How Security Companies Work with Police 

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

As any Radius Redhanded™ remote guarding operator can tell you, apprehensions are a team effort. Within our central monitoring station, operators often jump in to monitor cameras, call police and contact clients when an alarm goes off. However,...

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The Ultimate Guide to Remote Surveillance for Businesses in 2018

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Each year, companies spend billions on securing their car dealerships construction sites, concrete ready-mix facilities, logistics yards, mines, equipment rental inventories, telecommunication fields and more.

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Video Surveillance Technology: A Primer

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Once upon a time, a security system meant an annoying car or house alarm that woke up the neighbourhood at all hours. Nowadays, a security system usually includes video cameras, if only a basic web cam from a big box store. Future security...

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Online Dating Safety Tips

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Swipe left? Swipe right? With Valentine’s Day around the corner, many singles are looking for romance. And increasingly, they are turning to dating apps and web sites like Tinder and Match.com to find relationships. Aside from the risks of...

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Caught Redhanded - 2017

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

As we wrap up 2017, we at Radius Security take tremendous satisfaction in a job well done. Here is a look back at some of the bad guys we caught Redhanded. We wish you and yours all the best in the New Year.

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Gate Access Control Cuts Costs, Improves Safety

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

When you store valuable assets outdoors, you obviously need a fence and a gate. And you must guard that gate. Contractors and other businesses that operate 24/7 have traditionally relied on full-time security guards to do so. However, paying for...

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High-Rise Headache: Does Your Insurance Cover Water Damage?

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

While a burst pipe in your garage can mean a new door and ceiling, an undetected slow leak in an office or condo tower can cost millions of dollars. If the high-rise is under construction—and therefore unoccupied—the risk of water damage, delays...

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Recall Highlights Risks of Plastic-Based Fire Extinguishers

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

On November 2, 2017, Kidde Corporation recalled 40 million fire extinguishers, including 2.7 million units sold in Canada. Why? The US Consumer Product Safety Commission cited 391 cases involving faulty Kidde fire extinguishers with plastic...

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What to Do Before, During and After a Flood

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Flood damage can be devastating. Red River, 2009. Thunder Bay to Montreal, 2012. Calgary and Southern Alberta, 2013. Quebec, 2017. Flooding is Canada’s most costly and frequent natural hazard. According to a University of Waterloo study,...

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