New Office in Sacramento Expands Security 101 Footprint in California

Security 101 has opened an office in Sacramento, California. It’s the franchise’s third office in the Golden State joining Security 101 —San Diego and Security 101— Los Angeles. The new office will serve the Sacramento Valley region. The franchise owner for Sacramento is Kalib Smith, an experienced entrepreneur with a proven track record in business ownership and management. He acquired and revitalized two retail businesses and helped another to grow significantly.

Sacramento Mayor Promises Police Reforms After Videos Of Fatal Shooting Made Public

Sacramento police on Tuesday released video that shows a mentally ill man running from police officers, then stopping to gesture at them before they shot him dead in July. The police released the video and related audio hours after The Sacramento Bee posted surveillance video of the incident it had obtained earlier Tuesday. Sacramento City Council members viewed the footage released by police in closed session Tuesday night. During the public portion of the meeting, Mayor Kevin Johnson promised to propose a set of police oversight reforms in coming days. The mayor said he felt a “sense of urgency” for the city to take action.

Port Of West Sacramento Chooses DNF Security Video Storage

Port of West Sacramento, located 79 nautical miles North of San Francisco chose DNF Security Video Storage solutions. In order to counter challenges propelled by decentralized surveillance systems and outdated cameras, DNF Security’s video management system and storage platforms were selected by the port authorities. The port is located in bustling transportation network having direct […]

Sacramento County Sheriff Creates Voluntary Registry For Surveillance Camera Footage

Sacramento County authorities are asking residents and business owners to provide video-surveillance footage to law enforcement investigators. Officials are encouraging property owners with surveillance cameras to sign up for the Sheriff’s Electronic Eye program, the Sacramento Bee reported. The new voluntary registry would alert law enforcement agencies when there are any privately owned surveillance cameras […]