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The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is the oldest Holocaust museum in the United States. The building is adjacent to The Grove shopping mall, conveniently located in West Hollywood. Admission to the museum is free for all visitors.
Considering of the size of the museum, the automotive and foot traffic, and the population density of the area itself, protection can be incredibly challenging for such a historically important museum and others like it. With population density comes an increase in crime (especially theft offence) that threatens both public museums.
Ton Cremers, a former security manager at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum for 15 years, says that private collectors have a great advantage over museums since they usually do their best to keep their “treasures” a secret from strangers. However, museums typically do just the opposite—allowing as many people in as possible to enjoy the exhibits. Since museums are publicly accessible, it’s nearly impossible to keep the value of the collections in the dark. With value being public knowledge, the risk of theft is always prevalent.
Along with vigilantly monitoring these valuables, other factors are taken into consideration when securing museums like the theme or style of the layout, the size of each monitored area, and so on. Over the years, museums have stepped up their security protocols. Most museums now have at least two of the following security systems:
However, none of these solutions guarantee 100% protection against thefts in the museums. That is why a new system needs to be introduced that will keep track of everything happening in the museum. Virtual Guard protects each museum site with its comprehensive intelligent video security system that is backed by a custom-designed interactive proprietary software solution.
A comprehensive high-quality intelligent video helps transform video surveillance into an automated process for real-time detection, alert generation, and tracking of intruders, vehicles, and threats. It has been proven to be 100% effective. Many government, public and commercial organizations are already using this intelligent video system.
With Virtual Guard your museum gets the highest level of protection without any need to trouble the visitors with any restrictions. No other video surveillance companies can provide such guarantees.
Automotive dealerships are designed to showcase new and pre-owned vehicles available for sale outside on the sales lot for customers to view. The main challenge is to protect these assets from being vandalized or even stolen off the lot.
Large construction sites have equipment out in the open, exposing assets to potential vandalism and theft. Compared to live guards, Virtual Guard can more effectively reduce crime on the sites while lowering the overall security cost.
Scrap yard facilities typically require around-the-clock security to prevent theft and fire to their assets. Virtual Guard provides affordable security solutions to protect all kinds of scrap yard and recycling facilities. Virtual Guard Latest News
Common Assets and services are the responsibility of the Managers and Representatives to protect and maintain. Our services leverage security technology to allow our live remote guards to provide real time detection and deterrence from unwanted behaviors and provide secure evidence that stands up in court.
Condominiums, often Multifamily buildings in Urban areas, have unique needs. Protecting access doors and entries, deterring unwanted behaviors and access to clear evidence leads to enhanced quality of life through enforcement of the condominium documents.
Our services allow property managers to do the things that maintain and enhance the property and protect the owners interests rather than spending time filling out police reports, insurance claims, searching video, cleaning up access control databases and upgrading old systems.