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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How You’ll Know It’s Time to Secure Your Construction Site With a Remote Guard

Submitted by: Cozette Crimp

Sometimes you just know. Whether it’s a gut feeling, or whether there are blatant red flags (something did lead you to click on this page after all…) you’ll know when it’s time to consider a more dependable option for your construction site....

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What you should know about video monitoring in 2019

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

While most of North America braved snowstorms and freezing temperatures, security industry leaders gathered for the 2019 Barnes Buchanan Conference in balmy Palm Beach, Florida from February 7 to 9. Radius Security CEO Rob Baxter joined a panel...

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Video Surveillance and Impairment on Job Sites

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Construction workers can’t afford to be impaired on the job. With excavators and cranes on the move, not to mention rebar and concrete, smoking a joint or knocking back a few beers can be fatal. But how do you spot an impaired worker before...

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Video Alarm Verification Works

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Imagine you’re a police dispatcher. You have one unit available. Two calls come in. The first is an automated notification from a security company: alarms at a warehouse indicate someone has broken in. The second is from another security...

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2018 Top 10 Radius Redhanded Apprehensions

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

With 200 or so apprehensions per year, how do we choose our favourites? It’s a tough call. Sometimes, we hold back vivid, exciting footage because a client asks us to. At other times, clear footage and interesting details make the choice easy....

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Security on the Move: Video technology in logistics

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Santa isn’t the only one loading up packages these days. Goods are being rushed to and from warehouses and logistics centres at a frantic pace all over the world. From your online Christmas shopping to the latest arms shipment, businesses need to...

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Life on the Watch: Q & A with a security monitoring station operator

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Edward Corbett, a Radius central station supervisor, is in charge of Redhanded operations on the night shift. Since most break-ins happen overnight, he sees a lot of apprehensions. We asked him what a typical shift at a security monitoring...

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Wrong Number: How to recognize and avoid telephone scams

Submitted by: Susanna Chu
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