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Burglars Tell How They Break Into Homes and What Security Measures Deter Them

An investigative news team surveyed incarcerated burglars to learn about their methods. Security cameras oftentimes prove to be a deterrent, the study found.


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The Burglar Stopper wire-free home protection system (STI-WS100SG2) from Waterford, Mich.-based Safety Technology Int'l (STI) comes equipped with a smart panel, which receives information from wireless sensors placed in various locations throughout the protected area. SSI Staff · October 30, 2011

The RealAlarm home security solution by Visonic of Bloomfield, Conn., uses PowerG RF technology. SSI Staff · October 30, 2011

Honeywell of Melville, N.Y., releases the 5816OD outdoor wireless magnetic contact. SSI Staff · October 19, 2011

A day after Wayne Alarm Systems installed a 14-camera system in a Massachusetts home, a woman views to intruders breaking into her home after assessing footage of camera views. The woman's four-month-old baby and nanny were present during the break-in. Rodney Bosch · October 12, 2011

A day after Wayne Alarm Systems installed a 14-camera system in a Massachusetts home, a woman views to intruders breaking into her home after assessing footage of camera views. The woman's four-month-old baby and nanny were present during the break-in. Rodney Bosch · October 12, 2011

Tyco Int'l Ltd. has reached an agreement to acquire Visonic Ltd., for approximately $100 million in cash. The acquisition will boost the wireless product and technology portfolio and market presence of the Tyco Security Products business in the intrusion security market. September 14, 2011

In the 2011 Law Enforcement Security Industry Study, police and sheriffs provided tips on how alarm companies can strengthen their relationships with law enforcement. In this latest blog, read their responses on how to improve intrusion detection. Scott Goldfine · August 23, 2011

In the 2011 Law Enforcement Security Industry Study, police and sheriffs provided tips on how alarm companies can strengthen their relationships with law enforcement. In this latest blog, read their responses on how to improve intrusion detection. Scott Goldfine · August 23, 2011

Police arrested three men for breaking into a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based pawnshop with the help of an audio alarm system. July 19, 2011

Magnetic reed contacts are not only the first line of defense in an alarm application, but also the least expensive and most reliable product for a building's perimeter. Recently another technology that uses a metal can and a little ball was featured in SSI's March issue ("A Breakthrough in Alarm Switches"). The article discussed the advantages of a particular sensor device while tearing into present reed-switch based technology. June 29, 2011




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