The security system was faced in the wrong direction

Last month, we had a problem on our property.

The business office was vandalized and we had a couple of broken windows and lots of spray-painted graffiti.

We had a couple of security cameras on the property, but they were pointed in the wrong direction. I never bothered to look at the cameras or the positioning of the recording devices. When the police asked us for the camera footage, I found out that we didn’t have a clear view of anything. When the regional manager found out that the security cameras failed to capture the vandalism on camera, they ordered me to find a new security company to install a new system with updated monitoring systems. The building monitoring system features motion detectors, floodlights, and cameras that record twenty-four hours a day. The security team spent three days updating the building and the parking lot with all of the items necessary to monitor the building and the parking lot 24 hours a day. The cost for the updated security and monitoring system was hefty and we also have to pay a fee each month for the services. Anytime there is a breach in the security system, the company sends someone and calls the police automatically. We get alerts as well. We won’t ever have a problem with vandalism on our property again. If we do, the perpetrators will surely end up in jail this time. We might not have been prepared last time, but we aren’t going to let the same mistakes happen a second time.
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