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1 Understanding Residential Safety and Security August 19, 2010

2 About Us Budd Group Support Centers Charleston Winston-Salem Greensboro Raleigh Wilson Charlotte Spartanburg Greenville Columbia Orlando Lakeland Tampa Clewiston Jon Larsen Senior VP of Operations – The Budd Group Overall security operations responsibility for The Budd Group Over 19 years of contract security experience Gerry Stickl Branch Manager – The Budd Group 14 years contract security management experience Licensed Private Investigator Certified Armed and Unarmed Trainer 12 years prior Law Enforcement Officer Roberta Scoblick Business Development Manager – The Budd Group 24 years contract security experience Specializing in developing and implementing customized security programs. Active member in Community Associations Institute (CAI)

3 Three Zones of Protection Zone 3 – Personal Residence Zone 2 – Common Areas Zone 1 - Exterior Protection Three Zones of Protection

4 What are the Communitys Security Goals? What exactly and who specifically does your community want to protect? Protect the investments of the community members. Property - Homes are typically a residents largest physical investment Common Areas Personal Safety – Perceived vs. Real crime Privacy

5 Weighing the Communitys Risks What potential for danger or crime exists in your area? Crime - CAP Index Privacy vs. Security History Controlling the amenities Safety

6 Risk Analysis

7 Achieving Security Goals Security Guard/Gate Attendant Services Patrol Electronics – Video Surveillance & Alarm Systems Access Control System Community Watch Environmental Design Personal Safety

8 Benefits to Securing Your Community Secured Community Good Will Ambassadors Privacy Access Control of Visitors/Solicitors Limit access to Common Areas Alarm Response Emergency/First Responder Crime Prevention/Detection Speeding/Traffic Enforcement Report Tracking Customer Service

9 Zone 1 – Exterior Protection Zone 1 - Access Control System Gates Fencing Landscaping Zones 1 of Protection

10 Access Control Systems Resident, visitor, & contractor access control Integrated software for guarded gated communities and condominiums Features and benefits

11 Key Features Drivers License Scan Visitor Tracking Gate Activity Statistics

12 Mobile Technology Brings Vital Information to Officers on Patrol Allows security personnel to input and manage security and HOA/POA violations during patrol Provides complete searches on Residents Autos, tags, make, model, color Pets

13 Zone 2 – Common Area Protection Zone 2 – Patrol Landscaping Alarms Video Surveillance Community Watch Zone 2 of Protection

14 Patrol & Speeding/Traffic Enforcement Speeding and Traffic Enforcement Identify areas of concern: High Traffic Areas Dangerous Areas School Bus Stops Review the Program regularly at meetings with Property Manager and Safety & Security Committee Increases safety Generates funds for programs.

15 GuardTrax Patrol Technology Real Time Security Patrol Monitoring Monitors officer activity real time via the internet – no download required Motion and GeoFence Monitoring Tours tracked on property map

16 Station and Incident Tracking

17 Video Surveillance Systems What is the camera going to watch? Entry and Exit Gates Community Perimeter Common Buildings and Areas When is the camera going to be used? How are the cameras going to be connected? How much ambient light is available? Where is the camera output going to go? Does the camera need to have PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) control? How are the surveillance cameras recorded? How long is the information stored?

18 Community Watch Establish a common communications network, such as a website or blog, so that all interested parties, i.e., board members, management and residents can weigh in and share experiences. Establish community watch program. Utilize Residential Absenteeism program. Security Provider should participate in meetings with the Community members and Board members.

19 Environmental Street Lighting Landscaping Traffic Enforcement/Speeding Identify problems in Common Areas Pool Beach Area Playground Tennis Courts Golf Course Clubhouse Marina

20 Zone 3 – Personal Residence Protection Zone 3 - Homes Units Property Personal Home Safety Zone 3 of Protection

21 Alarm Systems Exterior Point to Point beams Stellar Cables Outdoor motion detector Residential/Clubhouse Window /door contacts Motion detectors Interior siren Security keypads/control panel

22 Personal Home Safety Things to consider… Shrubs – trim to be no taller than 3 feet Trees – trim branches up to 6 feet off the ground. Plant thorny shrubs beneath windows. Install security lighting around the exterior of your home. Utilize motion sensor lights. Solid front door vs. hollow-core door. Select doors with less glass. Invest in a good lock – single vs. double cylinder (bump proof) Lock windows, garage doors and basement doors Secure your garage door opener. Close blinds Make your home look occupied when you are not there Stop mail, newspapers, etc. when you are traveling. Dont advertise with your garbage by putting out a boxes of expensive items like flat screen TV you just bought. Dont put your name on your mailbox or key chain.

23 Reference Information CAI Best Practices Crime Doctor: Gated Communities – Access Control Issues Prevention of Crime: An Overview of Gated Communities and Neighborhood Watch Blake & Associates, Inc. community/ community/

24 Our Commitment is: We Will Do What We Say We Are Going To Do Jon Larsen Gerry Stickl


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