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 Governer 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 September 30th at 4:48 PM a vacant apartment complex was broken into in Portland, Oregon. It looks like the intruder accessed the facility from a side gate or fenced area. Luckily we installed one of our motion activated video verified alarm systems at this site only 10 days before the incident! This client’s decision to allow Secure Pacific to be the trusted security solution for them turned out to be a great investment for them because there were no losses or damages. The average response time from police for a burglary in progress is 45 minutes, but because Secure Pacific is also a trusted source by the authorities this suspect was apprehended in less than 30 minutes. Secure Pacific’s verified electronic alarm security wants to inform you and the authorities that a burglary attempt is happening and or was stopped in action not that it happened. You can trust that when you are a client of Secure Pacific you … Read More
Yesterday, January 31st at 3:04pm, operators in our Verification Center™ caught one person on a construction site in Portland, Oregon. Tripping a motion viewer monitoring the premise’s main gate, our operator spotted a male figure from the live video feed. Portland police was immediately dispatched. During this time, the suspect again seen, hiding behind a garbage can. Portland PD were able to respond and take the suspect in custody, who had a warrant for his arrest from another crime! Check out the video below: ABOUT SECURE PACIFIC Secure Pacific is the leading Northwest Verified™ Security System provider throughout Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Portland, Spokane, and Boise. Different from other traditional security companies, Secure Pacific’s Verified™ solution has an expert operator on standby, ready to dispatch police the moment a crime is detected. Going on to 40 years of experience and over 6794 apprehensions by our operators, it’s safe to say we lock the bad guys up. We are committed to providing … Read More
At around three yesterday morning our video verification specialist received alarm activations from a construction site in Seattle. He could see one person on site and dispatched police. The specialist continued to receive more alarms and updated police. Police called back to confirm the arrest of one! Check out the footage below. And don’t forget to check out all of our other footage at https://www.youtube.com/user/SecurePacific!
It was at 12:30 yesterday morning when our video verification specialist received an alarm from a construction site in Seattle. He could see people on site and alerted police as well as emergency contacts. Police arrested one for trespassing! Check out our footage below.
The operator was monitoring when he received multiple alarm activations from a Maple Valley construction site. He then dispatched the local police department and alerted emergency contacts. It was later confirmed that two juveniles were arrested for first degree trespassing. Check out the brief footage below!
It was early Saturday morning when our operator received an alarm signal from an automotive shop in Seattle. She could see a person on site and alerted police as well as the emergency contact. The operator then received additional activations and could see a white male with a short sleeved shirt and long pants; he was stacking tires. The man was apprehended for burglary.
July 23- The operator was monitoring when she received an alarm activation from the garage entrance at a Seattle construction site. She contacted the police and emergency contacts. One was arrested for trespassing. July 28- It was at the same Seattle construction site from a week prior where the video analyst received activations from the garage ramp early in the morning. She could see one male suspect on site with a short sleeved jersey type shirt, dark baggy shorts, a baseball hat and white shoes with a dark backpack on. She dispatched police and notified the emergency contacts. She then received activations from the south stairs and could see someone on site. The suspect was taken into custody for trespassing and possession of stolen property. Watch the footage below from the July 23 incident!
The video analyst was monitoring when she received activations from a Seattle construction site over the weekend. The analyst could see a person on site carrying bags and dispatched police as well as the emergency contacts. She continued to receive additional trips and could see police with K9 on site. One was arrested for trespassing. Check out the footage below!
It was early yesterday morning when the operator received alarm signals from a manufacturing company in Everett. She contacted police and the emergency contacts. The operator received another activation and could see an older male with a dark t-shirt and overalls on. She updated police with the suspect description. The contact called back to say they had one suspect in custody, he was caught offsite. The suspect tried to steal a generator, tools and other supplies. He also tore the motion viewer from its spot to avoid detection.