Chaos - “Complete Disorder And The State Of Confusion”. Yep, We Found It.

June 15th, 2020 | By SentriForce

In this video, a tenant is seen leaving their home and getting into their vehicle.

The tenant reverses slowly, but still manages to collide with a parked vehicle.

The tenant then displays further signs of erratic driving behavior as well as committing to a hit and run.

Upon reaching the gate, the tenant slows down, but still manages to damage the gate.

The gate becomes stuck and a nearby passerby attempts to help, but to no avail.

After sometime the tenant attempts to squeeze through the broken gate, but collides with it again.

In the end, the tenant exits the apartment community through the entry gate after other tenants have driven in.

There are many reasons to have security surveillance cameras in your apartment community such as to deter crime, prevent illegal dumping, or mitigate loss from property damage.

Another added benefit of having security surveillance cameras is being able to hold tenants liable for their actions.

With this footage, a victim will be able to recover from the damages of the hit and run and the property managers are able to recover money to fix the gate damage.

Criminal acts result in unhappy tenants and decreased occupancy.

When it comes to security surveillance solutions, a managed video surveillance service is a highly effective and affordable option.

SentriForce will partner with you to assess your needs and install a customized, high-definition camera system with support and forensic review, all for a fraction of the cost of other security options.

For more information about managed video surveillance for your apartment community, contact SentriForce today.

Combining industry leading technology with our Texas-based and owned monitoring facility to help you and your team reduce loss and mitigate risk.

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