Detroit May Force Businesses To Share Surveillance

Detroit police and city officials are drafting an ordinance that would make it mandatory for all venues that serve customers after 10 p.m. to join Project Green Light, a program that allows officers to monitor businesses’ high-definition video feeds in real time. All businesses open that late —from party stores and gas stations to sports stadiums like Comerica Park and venues like the Fox Theatre— would be subject to the ordinance if it’s passed, police said. Police report double-digit reductions in violent crime at businesses that have enrolled in Project Green Light.

Rob Lydic, President of IP Security Reps Named to Prestigious “30 in Their Thirties” List Published by Detroit’s DBusiness Magazine

IP Security Reps Inc. (IPSR), the premier security manufacturer’s representative firm, is pleased to announce Rob Lydic, IPSR’s President has been named to the “30 In Their Thirties” list published by DBusiness Magazine, Detroit’s Premier Business Journal.

DBusiness magazine is recognizing business professionals in their thirties who have achieved notable success in their respective field.

Detroit Council Changes Gas Station Surveillance Camera Requirements After Critical Beating Of Driver

DETROIT, MI — The City Council unanimously approved an ordinance requiring gas stations to install and strategically place digital video surveillance cameras to improve security. Councilman Andre Spivey listed a number of incidents in which higher-quality or better-configured gas station cameras would have helped police capture suspects in serious crimes. He said the severe beating […]