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Home Security Tips for Seniors

Security Alarm Keypad With Person Disarming The System With Remote Controller

Unfortunately, senior citizens and their homes are often considered easy targets, and taken advantage of by criminals. The elderly may not always be up to date with the latest technology, such as home security systems and emergency call systems. Here are just a few tips that seniors, and every homeowner, […]

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Home Security Trends 2016

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About every 15 seconds, another home in America is broken into. Obviously, smarter burglars are less likely to strike at homes with security systems, and even less like;y where the homes have modern systems. What can you expect in alarm innovations this year? Improvements in research and development are bringing […]

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Garage Security

Garage Security

Your garage is home to a large number of valuable items; from bikes and lawn mowers, to power tools and your car. Police tell us that the door most commonly left unlocked, is the exterior door leading to the garage.  This door is often used infrequently, or by children who […]

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Prevent Holiday Gift Theft With These Tips

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December 19, 2015

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This year this holiday season will have more online shopping than any before. Postal companies and services are sending thousands of packages out per day this month. Packages sitting on the porch can be easy targets for a passerby to steal, especially when there are so many during this time […]

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Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)

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December 12, 2015

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Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)

As a full service safety and security integrator, Video Surveillance Corporation (VSC) now offers Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) to our clients. PERS devices are medical alert systems designed to summon help for people during medical and other emergencies. The basic system consists of a base station connected to a […]

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Holiday Home Security Tips

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December 5, 2015

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Security Alarm Keypad With Person Disarming The System With Remote Controller

While the holiday season is a time for increased giving and charity, for burglars it is a time of an increase in opportunity to steal. Whether you are staying home for the holidays or vacationing, here are a few tips to follow in order to keep your family and your […]

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Preparing for a Home Invasion

A burglar at a window of a house.

We see home invasions on TV, in the movies, and even in video games, but do you and your family really know what to do in the event of an emergency? The first step to take in order to prepare your family and your home for a home invasion is […]

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Winter Security Tips For Vacationing Homeowners

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November 1, 2015

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Winter Security Tips For Vacationing Homeowners

In a few days winter will be officially. As the weather gets colder, many of you will begin a long winter vacation in warmer climates, possibly leaving your home vulnerable to burglars and other disasters. Here are just a few tips we hope will be helpful to you in keeping […]

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Richmond Engine Co. 1 receives camera system from Video Surveillance Corp.

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October 28, 2015

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Richmond Engine Co. 1 receives camera system from Video Surveillance Corp.

      STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — As emergency responders, the volunteers of Richmond Engine Co. 1 rely upon their gear being readily accessible and in prime condition. So, when the safety of the crew’s equipment was determined to be at risk due to inadequate security, the budget-strapped engine company […]

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5 Safety Tips for Daylight Savings Time

5 Safety Tips for Daylight Savings Time

Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday, November 1st this year; and with it, Video Surveillance Corp. would like to remind you of 5 quick things to change around the house, other than the clocks – to keep your family safe. Change the batteries in your smoke/carbon monoxide detectors. It is […]

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