After reading this whitepaper, one can assess their own home security needs.
Memphis, Tennessee (PRWEB) October 07, 2015
Electronic Security Specialists & Cabling (ESSC) has released a new whitepaper on home security.
After reading this whitepaper, one can assess their own home security needs. When considering the best options for securing a home, the perceived risk that the intruder will be caught or harmed is crucial. Knowing that the majority of burglaries occur while no one is home, making visible signs from the outside is important. Things like home security stickers and/or a dog are things that deter burglaries.
Most of the content in this whitepaper is gleaned from the recently release eBook Peace of Mind and Home Security: Make Sure Time is on Your Side by Jim Turner, President of ESSC Inc. Turner has over three decades of experience designing and managing Professional Security Systems. Prior to founding ESSC Turner managed Electronic Security for Memphis-based Malone and Hyde, Inc, AutoZone and Super D Drugs.
Turner has provided business security services to small and medium businesses, Fortune 500 Corporations, as well as Residential Security to the celebrity homes of Jimmy Connors, John and Bo Derek, Yvonne De Carlo, Douglas Cramer (Producer of Love Boat and Dynasty), Bill Bone (Owner of the ranch Michael Jackson turned into Neverland), former Undersecretary of the Interior Thomas J. Barrack, and the famous horse whisperer Monty Roberts among others.
In 1987 Turner started Electronic Security Specialists, a licensed low-voltage contractor in Tennessee and Mississippi. The company is also licensed in Tennessee and Arkansas to install and service electronic security equipment, alarm monitoring, CCTV systems, UL Certificate fire systems, and access control systems.
Now with roughly 20 employees, Electronic Security Specialists installs alarms, access controls and fire alarms, and performs video integration. Clients range from residential to commercial sites, including large medical campuses, office buildings, warehouses, lodging establishments, educational facilities, and retail stores.
A partial list of its growing client base includes Allenberg Cotton; BancorpSouth Bank; Coca Cola Refreshment USA; CVS Pharmacy; First South Credit Union; First Security Bank Batesville, Miss.; Methodist Healthcare University; Methodist Hospital North, South, and Germantown; Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau; and the University of Mississippi.
Another resource for this whitepaper is the crime prevention tips page on the San Jose Police Department website. The website states that burglars are opportunists, and list various tips to prevent them from seeing your home as their opportunity. sjpd.org/BFO/Community/Crimeprev/PreventionTips/Prevent_Burglary.html
To access this whitepaper go to http://securitysystemsforbusiness.com/ebook/essc-white-paper-perceived-risk/
To access the eBook visit http://securitysystemsforbusiness.com/ebook/
For more information about ESSC, visit them online at electronicsecurityspecialists.com or call (901) 366-4505.