Phoenix Loss Prevention represents the best of the type of partners we have all across the country. As we continue to build our business, we can’t do it without such stellar people and great companies, Christie Walters-Hebert, VP Sales & Mktg
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Westminster, Colorado (PRWEB) July 14, 2015
3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of integrated intelligent security solutions, today announced that Phoenix Loss Prevention, a long-time integrator partner, has donated a 3xLOGIC remote surveillance camera system to the Fayetteville (GA) Police Department.
Phoenix Loss Prevention is a Fayetteville consulting, investigation and security systems business, and the business owner, Paul Moore, his wife Sharon as well as their daughter Katie Connolly and son Chris Moore had become weary of the negative publicity being directed at law enforcement over the past several months. So, they decided to act in a proactive way to bring positive attention to their local police department.
Recently, Phoenix Loss Prevention had suffered a theft at their business. When Fayetteville police detectives came to investigate, Paul and Chris Moore showed them their 3xLOGIC surveillance system and footage of the theft incident. The detectives were quite surprised at the level of technology and video quality now available. Soon after, the department began seeking information regarding the purchase of such a camera system.
Upon learning of the Fayetteville PD’s keen interest, Paul Moore and his staff decided to make a difference by donating a video surveillance system, which will be an important tool for Fayetteville PD to utilize in upgrading their fight against crime in the community.
The camera system is manufactured by 3xLOGIC, based in Westminster Colorado. When Moore informed 3xLOGIC of their intention to donate the system, the company decided to get involved as well. 3xLOGIC Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Christie Walters-Hebert, travelled to Fayetteville and was on hand for the 23 June donation presentation.
Katie Connolly, Systems Coordinator at Phoenix Loss Prevention, stated, “I grew up in Fayetteville and I live and work here. My children will grow up here. I want to see this community remain a safe place for my family and my business, and we will help the police any way we can.” Phoenix Loss Prevention will also supply training and assistance in the operation of the 3xLOGIC surveillance system to the Fayetteville Police Department.
At the donation ceremony, Fayetteville Police Chief Scott Pitts said, “We give our profound thanks and appreciation to Phoenix Loss Prevention and 3xLOGIC for their generosity. This is a perfect example of a community and their law enforcement working together to combat crime and keep Fayetteville a safe place. Our partnership with businesses like Phoenix Loss Prevention and citizens like the Moore’s are a big part of what makes Fayetteville such an enviable community.”
After the ceremony, 3xLOGIC’s Walters-Hebert commented, “Phoenix Loss Prevention represents the best of the type of partners we are fortunate to have all across the country. As we continue to build our business, we can’t do it without such stellar people and great companies. We look forward to hearing that this video surveillance equipment makes a positive difference in the community and for the Fayetteville Police Department.”
A leader in the Security industry for more than 15 years, 3xLOGIC is known for providing complete, easy-to-use surveillance solutions that seamlessly integrate audio, video, access control and disparate data such as ATM, Point-of-Sale (POS), analytics, etc. 3xLOGIC’s video surveillance solutions are engineered for scalability and are remarkably simple to install, use and service. Employing the latest advances in NVR, VMS, IP camera, analytic, cloud, and now access control technologies, 3xLOGIC delivers high-value business intelligence anywhere, anytime and from any device. For more information about 3xLOGIC, please visit our website http://www.3xlogic.com.
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