Sonitrol Technology Helps Stanley CSS Catch 20 Intruders in 1st 60 Hours of August
NAPERVILLE, Ill.—Stanley Convergent Security Solutions’ (CSS) says its monitoring specialists—using Sonitrol’s audio verification technology—informed law enforcement officials of break-ins in progress that resulted in the apprehension of 20 suspects within the first 60 hours of August.
Sonitrol systems use impact activated audio technology. Once the sound of an intrusion is detected, live audio is immediately sent to the central station where audio monitoring specialists can react to the situation occurring at the premise. Stanley customers who benefited from the technology included large distribution centers, convenience stores, schools, faith-based organizations and small businesses.
“The bottom line is that we want to be able to detect the intruders prior to entering the building or a facility by listening for suspicious sounds,” says Jim Kopplin, COO, Stanley CSS North America. “Police response time is faster and our ability to dispatch authorities prior to a break-in dramatically reduces property damage and/or theft for our customers.”
Sonitrol Audio Verification technology was first introduced in 1963 and has been credited with more than 160,000 apprehensions since 1977, Kopplin says.
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