- City orders Skyline owners to install cameras, beef up security …
6.3.21 – Syracuse.com – Syracuse, N.Y. – The owners of the 365-unit Skyline complex are being ordered to add security cameras to stairwells, hire an additional security guard and install an alarm system as part of a nuisance abatement order announced by Mayor Ben Walsh’s office today….
- Jewelers Mutual, Securitas Partner for Alarm Response Program
6.3.21 – National Jewelers – The security company will dispatch a security officer to investigate when an alarm goes off at participating jewelry stores.
- BBB: Caution on alarm system salespeople | News | sent-trib …
6.6.21 – Sentinel Tribune – Better Business Bureaus around the country are reporting annual summer calls from consumers regarding door-to-door sellers of home alarm …
- Supply Crisis, ‘Extreme Price Gouging,’ Hit the Industry… What to Do?
6.2.21 – CEPro – Custom channel faces extreme supply crisis on key brands like Sonos due to shortages at sub-component level.
- CTA Research Suggests Pandemic-Driven Tech Spending Trends Will Stay Strong
- 6.4.21 – CEPro – The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) says COVID-19 sped the adoption of health and wellness technologies and services, with 1 in 5 U.S. households using online health services for the first time.
- How Integrators and Business Leaders Can Convince Reluctant Employees to Ditch WFH
6.3.21 – CEPro – Workplace trends expert Rick Grimaldi says the old-school command-and-control style of leadership doesn’t work anymore, and business leaders should instead entice employees with a collaborative and happy work environment.
- Rethinking The Role Of An Integrator
6.3.21 – CI – It’s obvious that integrators’ roles will evolve post-pandemic. The challenge for integrators is in how they respond — and Red Thread provides a nice blueprint.
- 3 Ways to Help Clients Adapt Security Solutions for Better Workplaces
6.3.21 – SSI – A flexible workplace will require expanding advanced screening solutions and integrating deeper into other systems.
- Survey Reveals Safety Measures People Believe They Should Have, What They Fear Most
6.1.21 – SSI – Home security systems and smoke detectors are just two of several solutions that Americans believe they should have, but don’t. Time for integrators to step in.
- How to tackle potential third-party security threats as employees return to the office
6.3.21 – SIW – It is vitally important for organizations to use an automated solution that can easily scale
Fire & EMS
- NJ: Working smoke alarm credited with saving lives …
6.1.21 – Mooresville Tribune – Fire officials in Mooresville credit a working smoke alarm for saving the lives of a family, after food left cooking unattended on the stove caused a fire to occur on.
- CT: ATMs Stolen From North Branford Gas Stations …
6.3.21 – Fox 61 – The Mobil Gas station. North Branford police are investigating two separate ATM thefts overnight Thursday. Police said the first happened around 1:16 a.m. at the Mobile Gas Station.
- CT: The Buck Stop is swept up in a commercial burglary spree …
6.4.21 – Monroe Sun – Monroe, CT – Thieves who broke into The Buck Stop Exxon. Wednesday fit the description of the suspects who committed …
- FL: WATCH: Thieves steal thousands of dollars worth of jewelry …
6.3.21 – WATCH: Thieves steal thousands of dollars worth of jewelry after breaking into a Tioga Town Center store. Newberry, Fla. (WCJB) -The owners of Lang Jewelers are rebuilding after two thieves broke in and walked away with tens of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry.
- GA: “Alarm activated” at warehouse used to store Ga.’s …
6.1.21 – Fulton County, GA (CBS46)—An alarm was activated at the warehouse used to store more than 145000 absentee ballots from Fulton …
- IN: Police: Missouri men arrested in Evansville on burglary charges
5.31.21 – Evansville, Ind. (WFIE) – Six men from Missouri were arrested in Evansville early Monday morning, accused of breaking into Bud’s Harley Davidson off Morgan Avenue. Officers say they found six men in the vehicle. …
- MI: Officers investigating after break-in at Verizon store
6.6.21 – FOX 17 – Jenison, Mich. – Officers are investigating after a break in at a Verizon store in Jenison early Sunday morning. The break-in occurred around …
- NE: LPD: Man steals copper from business, hides in brush …
6.4.21 – Lincoln, Neb. (KOLN) – A man is facing charges after officers with the Lincoln Police Department said he was hiding behind brush at a …
- PA: Hazleton police seeking two people in connection to …
6.4.21 – WYOU – Hazleton police seeking two people in connection to laundromat burglary. … According to a police report, officers were called to the Brite Way Laundromat around 10 p.m. on Thursday when the burglar alarm went off. When they arrived, they say they found a door open at the business.
- SD: Two men from Pierre, one from Rapid City among those …
6.1.21 – DRGNews. – Two men from Pierre, one from Rapid City among those arrested in Pierre over Memorial Day weekend. Pierre, SD, USA
- VA: Suspect in Warrenton burglary also charged in Bealeton break …
6.2.21 – Fauquier.com – Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office detectives have charged Kevin Valle, 19, of Oxon Hill, Maryland in the May 14 burglary of the Cinco De Mayo …
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NESA Board of Directors
- President – Chris Russell
- Vice President & – Maryland Burglar & Fire Alarm Assn. Director – Craig Bober
- Secretary – Kathleen Schraufnagel
- Treasurer and Arkansas Security Alarm Assn. Director – Rick Howell
- Past President – Jordon Brown
- Kansas Electronic Security Alliance Director – Vacant
- Louisiana Life Safety & Security Association Director – Dera DeRoche Jolet
- Mississippi Security Association Director – Jack Torrence
- Oklahoma Burglar & Fire Alarm Assn. Director – Steven Brekel
- Texas Burglar & Fire Alarm Assn. Director – Kelly Ryan
- Associate Director – Brian Villari
- False Alarm Reduction Association Director – Alberto Hook
- Executive Director – Brad Shipp
- Mississippi Security Association Alternate – Shelley Pettit
- Maryland Burglar & Fire Alarm Assn. Alternate – Jim Emerick
- Oklahoma Burglar & Fire Alarm Assn. Alternate – Danna Fowble
- Texas Burglar & Fire Alarm Assn. Alternate – Vacant
- False Alarm Reduction Association Alternate – Kerri McDonald