Security Solutions for Property Managers
Secure Pacific offers a unique solution to assist property managers with protecting both vacant and occupied commercial real estate spaces with a “verified” security solution. In the past, there was little or no way of alerting property managers of potential problems in the vacant space. These vacant spaces become huge targets for criminals and provide opportunity for theft, vandalism and the potential for individuals to tunnel from vacant properties to adjoining businesses. Don’t be a victim. Avoid all surprises and allow Secure Pacific to protect your vacant property and your company reputation, as well as save you time, money and headaches. The benefits Secure Pacific provides to property managers are numerous and invaluable – we don’t waste police resources and time, and we improve tenant safety. A couple of months ago, one of our commercial security systems detected three intruders at a remote location in Oregon. Our client was able to arrive on site before police; as he pulled up towards the property, our Verification Center was able to capture video of the intruder pulling out a handgun. We immediately contacted our client and the police department to warn them the intruders was armed. We are able to provide responding police with the suspects’ descriptions, activities, and locations as they move about the property. To assist with prosecution, we provide copies of the video clips to law enforcement and our customers. Secure Pacific is here for you with 24/7 live support, a “Peace of Mind Guarantee” and customer service that sets us apart from the competition. We use state-of-the-art motion video monitored alarm systems that when tripped, immediately send our Verification Center (located in Everett) a video clip allowing us to VERIFY what caused the alarm activation, so we can actually tell if there is an actual intrusion or merely a false alarm. As a property manager, you face enough concerns at your facilities. Let us handle security and give you peace of mind that vacant doesn’t have to mean vulnerable.