Over 130 Apprehensions in 2020 Secure Pacific’s 24/7/365 Verification Center works to prevent false alarm dispatches. By using video to see what caused the alarm to go off, Secure Pacific can verify the alarm before dispatching local law enforcement. Verified jobsite security enables us to see and subsequently inform law enforcement, in real time, what is occurring on a protected site. Our ability to verify alarm signals allowed us to assist in apprehending over 130 bad guys in 2020. Most alarm companies are not truly verifying alarm signals. Their monitoring center may receive alarm signals from various devices, but do not see what caused the alarm to go off. This creates timely hesitation in dispatch protocol and could result in significant loss or damage to property. There is no question that burglaries and trespassing are daily occurrences on construction sites. Teenagers running through the site, thrill seekers, vandals, and criminals looking for a quick score. Not to mention, vagrancy and … Read More
Secure Pacific’s Spokane office is named Gold – Best Business to Business Security System Provider in Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living Magazine 2020! We are relatively new to Spokane, opening in 2017, and we are extremely proud of our Secure Pacific team! We started as bronze metal and have achieved gold within three years. We couldn’t have done it without our amazing team and even better customers! Having made such a large impact in the business to business world, we would like to carry our expertise onto the home owners in Spokane. We offer a wide variety of residential security solutions for the homes throughout Spokane and surrounding areas. Our security consultants are available to provide you with solutions ranging from cameras to intrusion and fire systems. We offer security systems to meet your needs, budget, and peace of mind. Give us a call, send us an email or fill out a simple online form.
While you’re at work, do you ever think, “I wonder what is going on at home”? I know I do. I like to know, that during crazy times or not, my home is safe, secure, and being monitored by a third party. That is where Secure Pacific comes in for residential and home security in Spokane, for me at least. Not only does Secure Pacific, now in Spokane, give me the peace of mind that I need, they also keep me up to speed on anything happening that is out of the ordinary. With things being delivered, now more than ever, I feel comfortable having any and all boxes left at my front door. I have heard countless stories of packages being stolen off of the front porch. However, having the Secure Pacific sign on my front lawn gives potential thieves a warning, but I also have the cameras, intrusion security system, and sensors throughout my house to back it … Read More
If you are an owner of a brick and mortar business in Washington State, it is no secret that your establishment is more vulnerable now than ever. During the COVID-19 Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, non-essential businesses are forced to shut their doors, leaving their buildings vacant. Once crowded downtown streets and shopping districts have become ghost towns, breeding the perfect conditions for commercial burglaries. Even more concerning to vulnerable businesses, Washington State’s Governor Jay Inslee recently signed an order which referenced the immediate release of non-violent inmates from jail in an effort to keep our jails and prisons safe from the virus. Seattle Police Chief also recently stated that “non-violent and non-DV offenders are being interviewed and released in most cases”, meaning no jail time. This, coupled with an understaffed police department, creates an environment of increased criminal activity. Seattle’s West Precinct (stadium district, downtown, Belltown, South Lake Union, Queen Anne etc.) has, as of Friday, April 3, seen … Read More
On March 1st, Steve White, Vice President of Secure Pacific Corporation, was presented with a Patriot Award in recognition of extraordinary support of his employees serving in the Guard and Reserve. White was nominated by a former Reserve Component employee, Army Reserve Maj. Theodore Luna, who worked as a security consultant at the time he submitted the nomination. Click Here to read the full article.