Dumpster Divers Get Canned on Construction Project
Multiple individuals trespassed onto the construction project to dumpster dive, only to find the law.
March 14, 2021 – at 9:39am SentriForce Central Station detected unauthorized activity on a construction project.
A vehicle was witnessed parking on the driveway of the construction project.
2 individuals were observed exiting the vehicle and removing the driveway barrier to gain access.
The suspects drove onto the construction project.
Central station engaged audible alarms, but the suspects continued to remain on the property.
SentriForce Central station proceeded to dispatch law enforcement.
These trespassers entered the property hoping to score some scrap.
But in the end it was law enforcement that took out the trash.
The male individual was detained, questioned, and arrested.
The female individual was given a warning and removed from the property.
How will you respond when there is unauthorized activity on your construction project?
CONSTRUCTION SITES, COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL PROPERTIES ARE COMMONLY TARGETED FOR THEFT AND VANDALISM
Regardless of the activity, it all begins with trespassing.
SECURITY CAMERAS CAN MAKE A BIG IMPACT
The SentriForce video surveillance system begins with placement of large NO TRESPASSING banners and high-visibility strobe lights to put the would be criminal on notice.
If a threat does decide to ignore the obvious presence of surveillance, we engage loud audible sirens and voice recording to acknowledge that they are being watched and this is their final warning to leave the property.
In the event that the threat does not remove themselves from the property or displays evident signs of criminal intent, we dispatch local law enforcement immediately.
For more information about managed video surveillance for your construction project or jobsite, contact SentriForce today.
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