An intruder at a car dealership in Gladstone, Ore. learned the hard way over the weekend that crime doesn’t pay. On July 21 at three in the morning, Joe received activations on the car dealership alarm at the service entry door of the dealership, followed by motion detector activations near the car parts storage area. Joe could hear movement and the delay door beeping. He dispatched the Clackamas County Sheriff and alerted the site responders. Officers arrived and found the suspect inside the building. The man resisted arrest and was maced before being apprehended.
Dealerships of all kinds face security risks: glass-enclosed show rooms, exterior lots and service centers — all full of valuable items such as merchandise and parts susceptible to theft and vandalism. Criminals have learned how to circumvent traditional motion-based security systems by breaking in through unconventional entry points. That’s precisely why Sonitrol Pacific offers better alarms for car dealerships.
Sonitrol Pacific car dealer alarms are sound activated. When an activation occurs, local Sonitrol Pacific operators familiar with your business listen to live audio transmissions from the dealership to verify the nature of the event and immediately dispatch police.
Here’s what one of our customers has to say about us:
“Someone from Sonitrol Pacific comes out to meet with me regularly to make sure our security is up-to-date and working correctly. Their attention to detail lets me focus on other things. I know I can trust them to protect the store and I highly recommend Sonitrol Pacific to any business owner.”
Harley Davidson of Seattle