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Thursday, 07 April 2011 15:36

Shredding Junk Mail

Written by Tony Ariniello
Shred all junk mail Criminals can use junk mail to order products or credit cards in your name and establish steal your identity. It’s even important that you even shred the return envelopes, as many of them have barcodes, which contain your personal information.
Thursday, 07 April 2011 15:32

Spring Security Tip

Written by Tony Ariniello
Numbers: The next time you pull into your driveway at night, check to see if your house numbers are clearly visible. In the case of emergency, would an ambulance or policeman know which house was yours? Reflective house numbers are available at any home improvement store and can help emergency responders find your house quickly.
Thursday, 30 December 2010 20:10

Burglary hot spot in Scarsdale!!!

Written by Tony Ariniello
Please be aware!! There is a rash of burglaries in the Forthill area of Scarsdale our Perfection Detection Systems have prevented the entry of 2 of our customers and have saved 2 homes from burglary please arm your system if you have one.... This is important!
Wednesday, 03 November 2010 18:03

New Napco Fire Wolf Control Center

Written by Tony Ariniello
Firewolf 24V Commercial Intelligent Addressable Fire Panel, NFPA72-compliant, up to 96 outputs, 4 onboard NACs (6.5A total), expandable to 24, built in Sync/Strobe/Horn Module (System Sensor & Wheelock) and dual line DACT plus optional TCP/IP reporting. Features remote Smoke Obscuration Reporting. Nearly a mile., max. wire run – any wire type –ideal for retrofits. Also supports legacy and conventional (12V)devices, too and more of them per loop! Powerful battery capacity up to 32Ah total. Gemini-C Commercial Addressable/Conventional 255-Zone Burglary System; Supports full line of new GEMC Commercial-rated conventional, addressable or wireless devices simultaneously on from 8 to 255 zones, with partitioning. UL Merchantile. GEM-C Combination Burglary/Access/Fire System; UL 864, 9th Edition Isolated commercial Burg./Access and Fire buses and option for separate burg/access battery backups-- easy calcs., ideal for AHJs. No costly extra Bus Isolator or Loop Isolator modules required! Integrates with GeminiAccess ACM Module. Uses familiar Quickloader Up/downloading and Gemini style keypads in burglary or fire models. *More zones – 255, 128 or 32 points *More power – 7 amps *More NAC's – Up to 4 on board *Built in strobe/horn synch *More standby power *32 Amp hour battery capacity *Regulated 24V output NAC Extender provides nearly 7A and 4 onboard NACs with up to 2A ea; up to 16Ah total battery capacity. Easily distributes synched bell and strobe outputs with built in module. Monitors AC, battery trouble, tamper and ground fault on Napco bus or provides universal FACP support. Regulated Auxiliary Power Supplies Commercial burglary or fire, 12V regulated 2A models (fire shown); or 1.75A version with plug-in transformer. Backward compatible with all Gemini Panels. Alarm panel supervised power option. Ideal for simultaneous powering of CCTV cameras. Firewolf Advanced Analog Addressable Commercial Fire Devices support auto-drift compensation and maintenance alert function Gemini-C Addressable Commercial Burglary Devices permit longest loop length, upto 10,000 feet; no repeaters necessary! Gemini-C New UL Commercial Wireless Line with supervised tamper & automatic, continuously supervised signal strength (requires no manual test activation). Gemini-C Burglary & Firewolf Menu-Driven Custom Alpha Keypads Familiar Napco ez-programming. Keypads mount anywhere on the bus. Burg model with integral 4-zone EZM. Compliances - NFPA 72, UL Commercial Fire, UL864 9th Ed., SIA CP01, UL985. UL household & commercial burg.: UL1610, UL609, UL365, UL1023 (CSFM, FM, MEA listings pending.)
Wednesday, 03 November 2010 17:53

Crime rates affecting metropolitan Population

Written by Mark Lowry
Are crime rates in your area on the rise? Are crimes rates around the country on the rise? The easiest way to answer this is to say it depends on where you live. Many communities across the country have either maintained low crime rates, or even reduced them in recent years. Some of these metropolitan areas include Dayton, OH, Salt Lake City, UT, Denver, CO and Buffalo, NY. In these metropolitan areas, personal and property crime rates are well below national crime rates, and historically have been. On the flip-side are the Metropolitan Areas that are proving to be quite dangerous in which to live. Personal crimes are high, and property crimes, in most instances, are even higher. Areas like Memphis, TN, Miami, FL, Las Vegas, NV, and New Orleans, LA. Some of these areas - Memphis as an example - have property crimes that are more than 3 times the national average. I point out the differences between the lowest and highest metropolitan crime rates across the country for the purpose of informing you of what happens to the population base of a big city when crime rates are high. In short, according to one very extensive study, one person moves out of a metropolitan area for every reported crime. The University of Michigan conducted a study that focused exclusively on the link between population and changes in crimes rates of more than 100 American cities since 1970. The results confirmed that big cities with declining populations have crime, in part, to thank. Not only will one person move out of a big city for every reported crime, but as crime rates escalate the numbers get worse. A ten percent increase in crime rates corresponds to a full one percent decline in city population. This means that most of the effect of high crime on a city's population is an increase of residents leaving the city, rather than a decrease in new residents moving in. Almost all of the crime-related impact on the mobility of residents arises from increased out-migration, which is evidenced by the large number of people leaving versus a small number coming into large cities with high crime rates. What does all this mean for those who choose to stay? It means that crime rates are up, population is down, and the chances of you becoming the victim of a property crime is rising each day. If you don't do something about the security of your home, it is only a matter of time before you become a crime statistic of one kind or another. Neighborhood groups and Block Watch programs continue to prove their effectiveness around the country. Additionally, a professionally installed and monitored home security burglar alarm system can make your home up to three times safer than a home with no security system installed. You can choose to fight back to gain control of your community, and in doing so will be taking part in helping people stay in the cities they love, rather than leaving for some place they'd rather not live but deem safer. Do something today and see what a difference you can make.
Tuesday, 02 November 2010 16:32

Long Range Back-up Radio

Written by Tony Ariniello
Our high security long range back up radio is our second product always part of our monthly special. This device ensures communication between your home or buisness and your central station. Its important that the people who provide vital dispatching are able to get help with out the disruption of downed or faulty phone lines, especially with more people switching to the less dependable VOIP services ie."Triple Play",broadband,cable company phone service ect. If you need police or fire , this device will ensure they get there.
Tuesday, 02 November 2010 16:22

Carbon Monoxide Gas Detectors

Written by Tony Ariniello
Carbon Monoxide gas detectors are always part of our monthly specials because its always important to protect your family against this odorless killer. We have saved lives by installing these devices for our clients. These are not Home Depot units they cover a wider range of gas detection and allow notification of life span expiration (which is 5 years from time stamp)after that the unit is not capable of sensing gas and must be replaced. Please note this device is one of the most important pieces of your security/fire system.
Tuesday, 02 November 2010 16:09

High Crime in Rye

Written by Tony Ariniello
Our customer base and really being on top of things has allowed us to see and monitor trends in our service areas. It seems Rye, New York has had its share of break-ins. Areas where there is easy access in and out seem to be hot spots, homes and buisnesses close to highways and railroad stations have seen this type of activity in the past. We now are seeing a high rate of break-ins in this area at this time. Please be aware!!

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