According to a report from Statista, more than $1.9 million in goods was stolen in cargo theft crimes in the United States throughout 2020. A related report showed that 437 instances of cargo theft were committed in parking areas, drop lots, or garages, making it the most popular location type for these crimes to take place.
Research has shown that summer is the most vulnerable time of year for these crimes, and they occur far more frequently during times of economic downturn. If you’re among the many contractors in need of security solutions for your Tampa area worksites, Security Lock Systems can help. Consider taking advantage of these ideas.
Businesses of many types need extra security for summer, particularly retail spaces. There are key reasons why integrated access control and video surveillance should be in place during the summer months; here are the primary reasons to consider integrating access and video at your Tampa retail business.
The spring construction season has begun. Because times are tough, it’s more important than ever for contractors to protect their equipment from external theft. At Security Lock Systems, providing construction equipment security to Tampa area contractors is important to us. Here are some ways we can help keep their materials and equipment protected.
With the supply chain challenges we face today, American manufacturers need rock solid security solutions more than ever before. If you’re a manufacturer, protecting your assets and employees is critical among current market conditions — and if you’re in the Tampa area, Security Lock Systems can help. Here’s what we …
Reflecting a phenomenon seen throughout Florida and across the country, there is high demand for COVID testing in the Tampa Bay area. To meet the demand, Hillsborough County has launched three testing new sites, the most recent being this week. The latest drive-through testing site is on the Brandon Campus of Hillsborough Community College, located at 10451 Nancy Watkins Drive.
November has been rough for the businesses of St. Petersburg, with a series of smash-and-grab burglaries across the city that all appear to be committed by the same criminal. This burglar has specifically targeted mini-marts and smoke shops throughout St. Petersburg; however, police are warning business owners that he could soon expand to other types of retailers.