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Petrow Becomes First Woman to Be Named President of CSAA

Pam Petrow, CEO of Vector Security, will lead the Central Station Alarm Association through October 2017.


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In honor of a fallen police officer, Vector Security's Poughkeepsie branch has started a scholarship program in the officer's name. The program will help fund the educational needs of those pursuing careers in law enforcement or criminal justice. May 24, 2011

Recognizing their contributions in reducing false alarms, the False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA) named two winners for its 2011 W. Rex Bell Associate Member of the Year award ... April 27, 2011

Vector Security has accepted 30 retail industry professionals into the 2011 Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) scholarship program ... March 16, 2011

Vector Security has completed its purchase of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.-based Hammond Security ... February 08, 2011

Economic turbulence has caused many installing security companies to take a conservative approach to M&A. A select few, however, remain active in pursuing strategic growth initiatives. Four executives explain why their businesses continue to acquire. By Rodney Bosch · February 01, 2011

After watching a news report about 94-year-old Philadelphia woman being attacked in her home by an intruder, Vector Security provided the victim with a free security system and monitoring ... Rodney Bosch · January 06, 2011

Vector Security has named Gary Fraser as its director of North American sales for the company's National Accounts Division. November 23, 2010

Vector Security has named Gary Fraser as its director of North American sales for the company's National Accounts Division. November 23, 2010

Security industry professionals are mourning the loss of Vector Security President and CEO John Murphy, who died Oct. 13. October 14, 2010

Vector Security has made a corporate pledge to support Project Home Again, a national program seeking to return missing and kidnapped children to their parents. August 01, 2010




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