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OUR PERIMETER MOTION DETECTORS CUTS DOWN ON FALSE ALARMS
Our intrusion detection in Delaware County, PA and neighboring Chester County, PA businesses are great solutions for preventing crime. Our perimeter motion detectors can alert your security team the moment that something triggers them.
How many times have you been bothered in the middle of the night with a false alarm, notifying local law enforcement to respond, only to find your system was triggered by an animal? Unlike some perimeter motion detectors on the general consumer market, Keystone trusts technology that is more advanced to help cut down false alarms. The devices we use are cutting edge without breaking the bank.
When you couple our perimeter detection with video surveillance in Chester County, PA, you can verify a security threat in real-time, further decreasing the number of false alarms.
DOOR MONITORING LOWERS SECURITY RISK AT KEY ENTRY POINTS
Most buildings have multiple exterior doors; if those doors do not remain closed and secured, it is an easy way for unauthorized people to enter. Restricting access to doors so visitors may enter at only one point is key to enhancing security. Additionally, unless every exterior door is monitored with an alerting security system, it is nearly impossible to know which door is ajar or propped open. Propped doors provide an opportunity for unauthorized entry.
Like all of our security systems in Chester County, PA, our perimeter detection and door monitoring systems can be integrated to create a network of strong protection. Each one makes the other more effective. >> Download Intrusion Detection PDF
Reduce Human Error and Increase Response Time with Intrusion Detection Systems
If your business has an in-house security team or if you rely on local law enforcement to respond in an emergency, commercial security systems can greatly assist in their timely and accurate response. One effective method is by installing intrusion detection systems at each building location.
In situations where a patrolling security force cannot be everywhere at once, intrusion detection devices each have unique identifiers per location; when activated, security personnel will know exactly where to respond so they can investigate the cause. Response time improves when it is easy to locate which device was triggered, as opposed to checking every entry point for signs of a breach.