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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No light? No Problem at a 22-acre property in James Campbell Industrial Park In using video surveillance technologies to help to secure their outdoor areas, many properties face the challenges of low-light or no light at all. That was the challenge at a vacated concrete batch plant in James Campbell Industrial Park. With absolutely no…

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Companies of all sizes throughout Hawaii depend on having a central warehouse yard to store and stage many valuable aspects of their business, whether product, tools, or vehicles. Open spaces, even fenced in yards are especially vulnerable to theft, vandalism, loitering, and malicious mischief. Because of the nature of the property stored, theft or damage…

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Tagging. Some see it as an almost victimless crime. But it’s not.  Graffiti can be the signature of gangs and gang members marking their territory. The behavior often incites rivals and invites even more criminal activity into the area. While rising gang activity can be the cause of much vandalism, it isn’t the only cause.…

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