Our professional team has completed another installation at a Tri-state area school. Sonitrol offers comprehensive security, including verified audio and video detection, cameras and DVRs, U.L. fire systems, access control, and panic buttons to keep schools safe. To have one of our design consultants survey your school, contact us at 1 (800) 444-1191. Thanks for the picture of the panels, Ben and team!
Sonitrol provides fire alarms, in addition to security, at local businesses and schools. Last night, our Central Station operator, Maye, received a fire alarm at Central High School and dispatched authorities. Evansville Fire Department extinguished the fire that had started in the light board inside the school’s auditorium, and no one was injured. Thank you, Evansville Fire Department, for serving our community! And nice job, Maye!
While conventional security systems are motion-based, Sonitrol’s verified audio intrusion detection systems are sound-based. When an alarm is triggered, our Central Station monitoring operators can listen in to verify whether a break-in is in progress or if a false alarm has occurred. If it is a break-in, we immediately dispatch police and provide real-time information to the responding officers. Because of this ability to verify alarms, Sonitrol has the highest apprehension rate and the lowest false alarm rate in the industry. Speak with one of our professional security design consultants to hear more about our services at (800)444-1191.
With the purpose of providing sophisticated, verified alarms to his community in order to help law enforcement officers increase criminal apprehensions, in 1969, our founder, Dr. William “Doc” Standring opened Sonitrol. Our team continually contributes to Sonitrol’s North American record of 182,704 apprehensions and counting. We offer a variety of security solutions including the following: Verified Audio Detection, SonaVision (Verified Video Monitoring), Cameras and DVRs, U.L. Fire Systems, Access Control, Medical Alert Pendants, and Panic Buttons. A security design consultant is available to design the security solution for your property at (800) 444-1191.
When a traditional security company notifies police of an alarm, they aren’t typically aware of what tripped the alarm. Was it an air-conditioning vent that kicked on and knocked a poster off the wall? A warehouse critter that set off a motion detector? With Sonitrol, our team of operators can zero in through video, audio sensors, or both to determine what is actually happening at the location. Whether it is the sound of intruders whispering or knocking repetitively at an obscure point of entry, our team will be able to VERIFY to dispatch that a break-in is being attempted. This means law enforcement will have more information about the alarm they are responding to, and it also means less false alarms. Call us for a free quote to arm your commercial property at (800)444-1191. A verified system is the only kind of security worth having.
Over fifty years ago, a police officer who was tired of responding to false alarms teamed up with an inventor to develop Sonitrol, a verified alarm system with the purpose of reducing false alarms and increasing criminal apprehensions. Today, Sonitrol has an apprehension number of over 182,704 and counting. When you arm your business or commercial property with a Sonitrol alarm, you are getting wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling volumetric protection, early intrusion detection, higher apprehension rates, and a team of security professionals who are ALWAYS ON THE JOB. Call us today at (800)444-1191 for a FREE security consultation.
In the middle of the night, our Central Station operator, Chaz, received suspicious audio with voices from a local restaurant monitored by Sonitrol. Chaz dispatched law enforcement, and EPD made two apprehensions. The suspects had broken in through a drive-thru window for a late night snack, but little did they know they had tripped the alarm and Sonitrol was listening to protect the business. Great job, EPD and Chaz! If your commercial property isn’t monitored by a Sonitrol audio alarm, call us today for a free security consult at (800)444-1191. Sonitrol plus Police equals more apprehensions!
In this day and age, DIY video security systems are available at many retail locations. But when your business is most vulnerable, a verified video alarm system is the only way to ensure your property is protected. At Sonitrol, we offer a suite of security options, including a variety of video alarms, all monitored by our 24/7 Central Station team. The moment our team detects activity at your place of business, we verify the break-in and dispatch law enforcement. Watch the video link below of a TotalGuard™ alarm by Sonitrol in action. Police arrived within minutes of the break-in and were able to make six apprehensions. To hear how we can provide you with security peace of mind, give us a call at (800)444-1191 for a FREE assessment from one of our professional security design consultants.
Video link of apprehension: Video apprehension of six intruders!
Early this morning, our Central Station operator, Chaz, received a verified audio alarm at a commercial property monitored by Sonitrol, and he dispatched law enforcement. Local police departments responded at once and apprehended two people at the location. Great job catching the intruders, Officers and Chaz!
Team Sonitrol’s Flavia stopped by roll call last night to thank EPD for their apprehension recently at a local restaurant monitored by Sonitrol. She took food from Subway, certificates of appreciation, and custom Sonitrol gifts. A special shout out goes to Officer Clayton, Officer Reed, and Officer Harter, who made the apprehension, and also to Maye, our Central Station operator who dispatched police. Last night also happened to be Lieutenant Wittmer’s last night before retirement from EPD, and Team Sonitrol has appreciated working with him over the years for the EPD Foundation’s SWAT Challenge. You will be missed, Lieutenant Wittmer! Pictured from left to right: Flavia, Officer Clayton, Officer Reed, and Lieutenant Josh Wittmer. (Not pictured: Officer Harter). Way to go, Evansville Police Department and Maye!