• Commercial Tenants are Happier than Ever

    Real estate research and consulting services provider Kingsley Associates reports that as of the end of 2012, commercial tenants are more satisfied now than ever with their properties. And this happiness is not confined to a single area of commercial real estate—the trend across four...

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  • Corinth Car Dealership Plagued by Theft

    A Corinth, Texas, auto dealership has posted a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those persons responsible for the theft of several catalytic converters off the dealership lot. Catalytic converters are prime targets for theft as they can be quickly...

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  • When Metal Theft Goes Wrong

    Dallas Police have done an astounding job fighting metal theft and continue to improve their capabilities and intelligence, as portrayed by a recent news story in the Dallas Observer. At 4:00 a.m., an officer with the Dallas Police Department witnessed two men loading large amounts...

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  • Bank Robbery on the Decline

    In the past decade, more and more bank robbers have traded in the protection of a black ski mask for the privacy of a computer screen. Data released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation shows that while bank robberies nationwide are dropping at a speed...

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  • Global Demand for Private Contract Security Services on the Rise

    As Security Info Watch has reported, the Freedonia Group, an international business research firm, has released a study that estimates that the global private contract security industry is on pace to reach $244 billion by 2016—a growth rate of 7.4% per year. Within the United...

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