Summer has been a time of heightened crime throughout the apartment complexes of Arizona. From a robbery attempt at a Tucson complex in June, to teens opening fire on police officers after committing a burglary in Glendale, there have been numerous crimes of concern in local multi-housing this summer.
Nearly every business with a storefront will be confronted with the problem of loitering at some point. Unfortunately, the commonality of loitering doesn’t make it a trivial matter. Loitering is more than just a nuisance; when it’s a persistent issue, loitering can prevent patrons from entering not just once or twice, but permanently. This can create a devastating domino effect and lead to a business ultimately shutting its doors for good.
In addition to alerting your organization to intrusion from the outside and occupational fraud from within, our security cameras can transform your video surveillance system into a critical business intelligence platform. Here is some information on the value of business intelligence, and how your small business can use it to an advantage.
The financial sector is more vulnerable to security breaches than nearly any other industry, and our local region has experienced it firsthand recently. On March 25, the FBI took a serial bank robber off the streets of Phoenix after he hit four local bank branches from November through March. Bank robberies are not antiquated occurrences; they still happen, and the perpetrators have become more shrewd at carrying out the crime. To protect financial institutions throughout Arizona, Accel Communications offers a variety of banking security systems. Our solutions include the following.