Construction Trespasser Gets Detained By Law Enforcement

July 23rd, 2020 | By SentriForce

Live Monitoring team catches a trespasser in the act

At 3:43 A.M., The SentriForce Central Station observed an individual trespassing onto a client’s protected property.

Audible alarms and strobe lights were engaged, in an attempt to modify the suspect’s behavior, however the individual ignored the warning and proceeded further into the construction site.

Our Central Station promptly notified local law enforcement and then made contact with the construction project supervisor.  Our dispatcher continued to monitor the scene to provide any updates to the responding officers.

Dallas police officers arrived on scene 5 minutes after dispatch, and after a cautious but thorough search, located the suspect and escorted the individual off the property.

Our Central Station updated the construction site project supervisor of the results of the incident and a copy of the video and report was sent to them that morning.

What is a ‘Central Station’?

It is a dedicated facility with trained personnel that responds to and takes the needed action when an event or incident occurs at a client’s protected premises.  It focuses on interactive deterrence and intervention with any potential threats that appear on a client’s property.  SentriForce owns and operates its Central Station locally in Texas.

At SentriForce, we combine industry leading technology with our Texas based, fully licensed monitoring personnel to reduce loss and mitigate risk on construction property, projects, and sites.

With advanced thermal technology, detection software, and professionally trained human intelligence, SentriForce is able to increase accuracy or “catch-rate”, identify and observe trespassers in any conditions (bad weather and low light), and quickly differentiate between threatening and non threatening movement on site.

For more information about video surveillance and live video monitoring services for your construction site, contact SentriForce.

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