Spokane, Secure Pacific Security Is Here!

Nathan ChangCompany News

  Secure Pacific is proud to announce our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating the opening of our new Spokane office! We invite you to join us on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 4pm to commemorate the special occasion! We are extremely excited to bring our Verified Security Systems and provide Verified Peace of Mind® to our customers throughout the Inland Northwest. We will be providing complementary refreshments, raffling off many prizes, and holding live demos of our Verified System! We look forward to your company. Please RSVP at on our Evite page, here. Contact Kayla White (509-822-8513) for more information. What: Secure Pacific’s Ribbon Cutting Celebration When: 4pm on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 Where: Secure Pacific’s Spokane Office SECURE PACIFIC CORPORATION 877-837-4723 9011 East Valleyway Ave. Spokane Valley, WA 99212    

Two Arrested for Trespassing

Katelyn SmrecanskyArrests & Apprehensions

Operator Joe Orsborn was monitoring early Monday morning when he received alarm signals on the west side of an automotive company and he could see a person on site. Joe then dispatched the police and alerted the emergency contact. Two were arrested for trespassing. Check out the footage below!

FOURTH Incident at the Same Site in Three Weeks!

Katelyn SmrecanskyArrests & Apprehensions

Operator Michael Young was monitoring early this morning when he received alarm signals from the north hall of a Kent construction site, the same place that has had three other incidents over the last few weeks. Michael could see a guy trespassing on the lot and contacted the Kent Police Department. Police arrived and arrested the man which brings the total to eight apprehensions in three weeks at this site.

Apartments Need Protection Too

Katelyn SmrecanskySecurity Resources

Security systems aren’t just for your typical home or office, apartments need protection too. Though some complexes have key card access and gated entry, it isn’t always enough to keep out the burglars. Below are some tips to help keep you safe in your apartment. • Before you pick a new apartment to live in, check out the neighborhood ahead of time. RAIDS Online connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. The website helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe. • Make sure the locks are changed from the person who lived in the unit before you. You never know who might have access to those keys if the lock is never changed. • Add automated lighting to your apartment so it looks like you’re home, even if you aren’t. • If there is no … Read More

Another Arrested for Trespassing!

Katelyn SmrecanskyArrests & Apprehensions

Operator Michael Young was in the Verification Center when he received multiple alarm signals from a construction site in Seattle Saturday evening. He could see a guy walking right through the middle of the job site. Michael then dispatched the police department and alerted the emergency One was arrested for trespassing and obstruction at the site. Check out the footage below!

One Arrested Early Sunday Morning

Katelyn SmrecanskyArrests & Apprehensions

Operator Michael Young was in the Verification Center Sunday morning when he received alarm signals from a Seattle construction site. He could see a man climbing through the scaffolding. Michael then notified the on site security and called the Seattle Police Department. Police confirmed the arrest of one for trespassing and possession of meth. Check out the brief footage below!

Tip Tuesday: How to Start a Neighborhood Watch Group in Your Neighborhood

Katelyn SmrecanskySecurity Resources

Does your neighborhood have a watch group already established? If not and you’re interested in starting one, keep reading. Neighborhood Watch Programs have been helping communities raise awareness and minimize crime since 1972. Below are some important steps to follow in order to start a program in your neighborhood and create a safer community. 1. Recruit as many neighbors as possible to help maximize your efforts. 2. Determine a set meeting time and place. 3. Register your Neighborhood Watch at www.nnw.org. 4. A uniformed officer will be assigned to your group and will schedule two meeting dates and times. 5. Assist in diagraming a neighborhood map marking the locations where Neighborhood Watch signs will be placed. 6. Discuss the issues of greatest concern in your neighborhood, and how to handle different types of situations. 7. Learn how to identify suspicious vehicles and suspects. 8. Learn how to recruit block captains. 9. Review the proper way to report criminal activity. 10. … Read More