As lumber and other construction supply prices continue to soar, so does their value on the black market. This increase in materials theft forces contractors and producers to find ways to combat it.  The National Association of Homebuilders reports that it is difficult to curate material theft data accurately. Still, builders, construction companies, and all…

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Loitering is when a person lingers around a commercial property or business, whether standing, sitting, or lying, without permission or intent to patronize the business. Loitering hurts every business, but it poses additional problems for financial institutions such as banks and credit unions.  Why is Loitering Such a Concern for Financial Institutions?  Financial institutions need…

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  One of the paramount struggles of any commercial construction site is keeping it secure, especially after hours. Empty construction sites attract those wanting to take advantage of exposed materials or cause damage through malicious mischief. Even minor incidents of theft, loitering, and vandalism can all lead to costly damages and delays.   Learn More…

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  Thieves and vandals are targeting construction projects all across Hawaii, and it’s having a serious impact on security. Criminals are taking advantage of construction sites and near-completed residential projects, and builders report there’s been a sharp increase in vandalism, dumping, thefts, and squatters on construction sites.  And the results are as complex as they…

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