Just after two a.m., our Central Station operator, Chaz, received an audio alarm that sounded like machine noise and then metal being moved at a business with one of our verified alarms and dispatched police. Law enforcement arrived and made an apprehension before anything could be stolen. Way to go, Chaz and Muncie Police Department!
With Sonitrol’s access control, your business can decide which employees have access to various areas of your facility and tailor the hours they may gain entry through each door or elevator. Restrict who can come and go from your offices, your warehouse, or your lobby. Differentiate restrictions and permissions between night shift, day shift, and even management levels. Access control time stamps entries to show you who is going in and out of each area and helps protect your business from internal and external theft. Call us today at (800) 444-1191 to get a free quote for access control.
Nationwide, Sonitrol is recognized among security leaders for having the FASTEST police response times in the industry. Because of our innovative alarm verification, our Central Station monitoring team can verify that a break-in is in progress. Law enforcement officers spend countless hours responding to false alarms with traditional alarm companies, but with Sonitrol, they know that’s not the case. Our operators even provide real-time critical details about what they are seeing and hearing at the facility, so law enforcement officers know more about the situation they are walking into, which helps increase officer safety. One of our professional design consultants is a phone call away at (800)444-1191 if you would like a FREE security assessment for your business or home.
Team Sonitrol’s Flavia and her daughter, Madison, took Subway and certificates of appreciation to EPD last night. They met with Officer Fahse, one of the officers who recently apprehended an intruder at an EVSC school we monitor. We also want to give a shout out to the crew not pictured: Officers Toney, Hallmark, and Maier. When our Central Station operators detect an intrusion, Evansville Police Department is quick to respond. Thank you, law enforcement officers, for all you do!
We want to thank the Ball State Police Department for their great job apprehending two intruders at Northside Middle School earlier this summer. Misty stopped by third shift roll call last night to drop off pizza and say thank you. A special shout out goes to Lt. Matt Gaither, Sergeant Craig Hodson, Officer Rob Weller, and Officer Andrew Wagner! At Sonitrol, we love working with local law enforcement to protect schools and businesses.
Construction sites are vulnerable to equipment theft and vandalism. With a variety of outdoor video and camera options, Sonitrol can easily keep your building project safe. Our 24-hour, local monitoring team will dispatch law enforcement and alert you to trouble the moment it arises. Call us today for a free consultation with one of our design specialists at (800) 444-1191.
With a verified alarm from Sonitrol, your inventory will be secure. From video cameras and fire monitoring to access control that allows you to determine which employees may enter your facility and at the hours you determine, we have options to fit your needs. One of our professional design consultants will give you a free assessment to see how Sonitrol can give you security peace of mind. Contact us at (800) 444-1191.
Sonitrol was nominated as a top business in the Courier & Press Readers’ Choice 2020 Awards! Choose the Home Security category to cast your vote for Sonitrol! We are so excited to be in the final voting stage, and we appreciate your vote. Click the photo below or vote here.
Flavia, from Team Sonitrol, took Subway for lunch to say thank you to the team of officers who recently made two apprehensions at a local Subway we monitor. If Sonitrol is monitoring your business, the moment we determine a break-in is in progress, we dispatch law enforcement. Great job, EPD, keeping local businesses safe! Many thanks to Officer Cody Smith, Officer Jeremy McCrary, Officer Andrew Kingston, and Officer Eric Slaton!