LLR Partners acquired 3SI Security Systems, leader in asset protection and GPS tracking technology for financial services and retail.
3SI at NRF 2017
Security Where Criminals Least Expect It! 3SI is a global leader in asset protection systems and an innovator in GPS tracking technologies worldwide. Our leading-edge GPS tracking solutions protect high-value inventory from robberies and burglaries using three technologies: GPS, Cellular and RF. Our solutions protect over $1.1 trillion in assets, have helped to recover millions in stolen property, and have led to the apprehension of thousands of criminals. Most important, our retail solutions boast a 70%+ apprehension and recovery rate and are up and running to protect your store in less than 30 minutes, with no disruption to store or sales activities.
What happens to my property if I die without a will?
What happens to my property if I die without a will Submitted by Guidant Planning on June 5th, 2017 If you die without a will, your property will generally pass according to state law (under the rules for intestate succession). When this happens, the state essentially makes a will for you. State laws specify how your property will pass, typically in certain proportions to various persons related to you. The specifics, however, vary from state to state. Most state laws favor spouses and children first. For example, a typical state law might specify that your property pass one-half or one-third to your surviving spouse, with the remainder passing equally to all your children. If you don't have children, in many states your spouse might inherit all of your property; in other states, your…
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What's new with Watchtower Security
Improper use of dumpster facilities The first factor would have to be litter Litter is the biggest and easiest signal crime to spot. If residents or criminals see litter, it tells them no one cares or takes ownership of this area. No one is regularly coming through to clean and provide natural surveillance. This presents a clear sign that they can get away with whatever they want. Something as small as a bent sign seems so insignificant, but it communicates so much. It says to residents and criminals alike that no one cares, as they didn't even care enough to fix a little sign. A mattress in a dumpster is another signal crime. We see more of these on our cameras than anything else. This must be deterred as it has two costly…