The most common threats to residential communities are frivolous lawsuits, thefts, break-ins, vandalism, loitering, and trespassing. Apartment complexes, private estates, and Homeowners Associations all share these security threats - not to mention the challenges derived from increased criminal activity faced in affordable housing communities. Video surveillance and access control technologies are excellent reactive tools, but they have their limitations. DRS Protect security officers are the missing part of the security solution when it comes to protecting life and property.
Millions of Americans frequent shopping centers and malls each day. The FBI and other law enforcement agencies consider these locations to be “soft targets” for terrorist attacks due to the massive, unorganized crowd gatherings at these locations. Our highly trained security officers remain vigilant with terrorism awareness so that customers can shop without concern for their safety.
Theft, property loss, workplace violence, and unauthorized access are some of the main concerns for commercial buildings. To mitigate these internal and external threats, the implementation of both physical and technological security is critical for real estate developers and corporate tenants.
Keeping track of guests and visitors can be challenging while operating a hotel business. In fact, it can be nearly impossible if your hotel offers bar, lounge, shuttle, and parking services. As a result, the opportunity for unauthorized access, disorderly conduct, internal and external theft, and security-related emergencies is indeterminable. By combining your superior services with an expert security team, you can provide your guests with yet another reason to visit their home away from home.
Manufacturing facilities often experience workplace violence, terrorism, counterfeiting, contamination, disruptive activists, and trespassing. Employees may also have access to sensitive material, video footage, and other essential evidence. Physical security in an industrial environment saves millions of dollars and is the key to a successful manufacturing business model.
Construction sites continue to be a profit magnet for opportunistic criminals seeking a vulnerable target. Worrying about protecting assets can be distracting for construction workers and can reduce progress in the field. The need to rebuild from theft or fire can be devastating to a construction business. Don’t allow criminals to slow your projects down anymore.