Learn how we store the data your Flock Safety security system collects. (Hint: We don't.)
How police are augmenting their presence when population is growing faster than budgets.
While community safety is always a priority for community managers, many lose valuable time scrolling through security footage when a crime is committed in one of their neighborhoods.
Eight rules you can follow to help you keep track of what’s happening in your neighborhood.
Cameras are a visible reminder to potential burglars that neighborhoods are watching.
Here’s what you can do as a property manager if you’ve received one too many late night emergency calls, or if you've noticed an increase in crime around your communities.
These actions will help residents see the value of their HOA board.
When private communities work in partnership with local law enforcement, police officers have more time and more resources to focus on solving crimes and keeping the public safe.
Here are the five big reasons neighbors are buying Flock Safety cameras instead of doorbell cameras.
When it comes to protecting your home, there are a few things that you can only learn from the criminals themselves. One ex-burglar told police what he would look for before committing a break-in and robbery. Learn how to protect your home and community.
Installation, maintenance, and monitoring are all taken care of by Flock Safety
Capture evidence that police can actually use to solve crime
Why should you consider Flock Safety for your neighborhood?
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