Church intruder caught by audio security

Sharp bangs and sounds of movement inside a church basement alerted a Sonitrol Pacific operator to a break-in in progress, leading to police catching the suspect February 16. Monitoring Operator Michael Young received an impact-activated alert from the First Presbyterian Church just before 11 p.m.  He heard several sharp bangs from the audio security sensors in the church’s fellowship hall, … Read More

Security Cameras, Expert Operator Catch Midnight Swimmers on Video

Police arrested two trespassers in the pool of a Seattle community center after a Sonitrol Pacific operator saw the swimmers on live security video July 4. Monitoring Operator Joe Orsborn received an alert from the security system at the Blue Ridge Community Center outdoor pool.  Viewing live surveillance video, he saw a man get out of the pool and suspected … Read More

Customer service superstar wanted

Join the Pacific Northwest’s largest independently owned electronic security company and grow your career while we grow our organization. Sonitrol Pacific is looking for a creative problem-solver, exceptional listener and strategic thinker to join our Seattle office as a Customer Service Representative.  Your skills will be rewarded and appreciated and you’ll enjoy teaming with our fun, hard-working staff.  Our clients … Read More

Sonitrol Pacific team offers tips to secure lock boxes

By Tony Orso, Puget Sound Regional Sales Manager I had a chance to speak with Gary Chittim, Investigative Reporter for KING 5 news.  He asked me about the locked key boxes companies may have on their buildings.  These boxes are used by the fire and police departments to gain easy access into buildings during emergencies.  There have been some cases … Read More

Owens & Minor: Sonitrol Pacific gives peace of mind

Getting a phone call in the middle of the night to learn police just arrested someone breaking into your business or school can be a jarring experience.  Our operators work hard to help keep clients calm when they make these calls.  Here’s one client’s account of how we “kept her calm in a very stressful situation” and that knowing they’re … Read More

Trotter & Morton: Sonitrol Pacific cost effective with service that exceeds expectations

Sonitrol Pacific customers experience first hand the value of security designed, installed, monitored and serviced by us.  We aren’t usually the cheapest security quote, but offer an exceptional return on investment for security dollars.  Lesley Clawson from Trotter & Morton in Federal Way can tell you all about it. January 28, 2011 Heather Orso Sonitrol Pacific 1406 140th PL NE, … Read More

Got Knox Box? Be alert

SECURITY ALERT! The Seattle Police have recently investigated a number of commercial break-ins that devastated the victims.  Each has been a business with a Knox Box and key stored inside for emergency personnel. The consistent MO of the bad guys has been to remove the Knox Box, take it to a secure location and remove the key.  Days later, the … Read More

Ensuring Alaska Airlines EFCU’s members feel secure

As a security partner to Alaska Airlines Employee’s Federal Credit Union for about 10 years, the Sonitrol Pacific team understands the security risks to financial institutions, the safety risks to their employees and customers, and the need to stay vigilant with protection for evolving security threats.  We work hard to deliver on our promises to Alaska Airlines EFCU and, according … Read More

TransGroup: more of a raving fan now than ever

TransGroup Worldwide Logistics has been a member of the Sonitrol Pacific family for more than 10 years.  During our partnership, we’ve worked to ensure they feel important, well taken care of, and well-secured.  According to this letter from Bruce Wilson at TransGroup, our hard work has paid off. January 25, 2011 To: Sonitrol Pacific TransGroup Worldwide Logistics is continually grateful … Read More

Metal theft alert from Kent Police Department

Shannon Summers, Sonitrol Pacific Seattle Security Consultant, received this crime alert from the Kent Police Department and we wanted to help spread the word. Dear Kent Business, Our officers report seeing a steady increase in metal theft from businesses in our City. Copper seems to be the most targeted, however, the cost of most metal is on the rise so … Read More