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Government Facilities Strengthen Security Measures

Camera trailers from Mobile Pro Systems can be spotted at government and other high-profile locations as more officials add mobile surveillance to their security details. Because domestic and foreign risks continue to rise, experts agree having multi-layered security…

Video ID: End of the Line for Light Rail Attackers

In recent months, Twin Cities’ Metro Transit Police have been using every tool at their disposal as they face a significant increase in reported violence on public transportation. Serious crimes, such as robberies, aggravated assaults and theft, were up 35…

MPS Assists at IES Customer Appreciation Golf Tournament

Mobile Pro Systems was privileged to assist IES Communications at their November 2019 sales conference in Phoenix, Arizona, by providing a Commander 3400 video surveillance trailer along with our own V.P. of Business Development, Steve Dunker, to lend a…

Putting the Brakes on Organized Retail Crime

Retail theft is frustrating for businesses and law enforcement agencies alike. There are only so many eyes viewing internal store cameras; and, unfortunately, most shoplifters work quickly, walk out the door and proceed to stow stolen goods in their cars…

Mobile Pro Systems Celebrates Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

October 22, 2019, was a day of celebration for the Mobile Pro Systems team as we welcomed civic and community members to our headquarters to participate in the traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event began with opening remarks by Rob…

Strong Construction Site Security Could Save Millions

Open, unguarded sites, especially on nights and weekends, are easy targets for thieves who are always looking for an opportunity. The high cash value for stolen equipment, copper and other metals on the black market is lucrative enough. But when…

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Camera trailers from Mobile Pro Systems can be spotted at government and other high-profile locations as more officials add mobile surveillance to their security details. Because domestic and foreign risks continue to rise, experts agree having multi-layered security procedures in place is essential. Risk assessments must also account for the fact that many…(Read More)

In recent months, Twin Cities’ Metro Transit Police have been using every tool at their disposal as they face a significant increase in reported violence on public transportation. Serious crimes, such as robberies, aggravated assaults and theft, were up 35% from 2018 causing concern to riders and officials alike.  In response, the agency implemented a…(Read More)

Mobile Pro Systems was privileged to assist IES Communications at their November 2019 sales conference in Phoenix, Arizona, by providing a Commander 3400 video surveillance trailer along with our own V.P. of Business Development, Steve Dunker, to lend a hand. This year’s sales event culminated with IES hosting their 18th Annual IES Customer…(Read More)

Now may be the time for your company to purchase equipment and take advantage of the increased limits for Section 179 deduction benefit available under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. These incentives may make your purchase more economical, lower your tax liability and potentially conserve working capital for other immediate business needs. IRS Section…(Read More)

Retail theft is frustrating for businesses and law enforcement agencies alike. There are only so many eyes viewing internal store cameras; and, unfortunately, most shoplifters work quickly, walk out the door and proceed to stow stolen goods in their cars before a loss is discovered. The most disturbing trend in recent years is the growth…(Read More)

October 22, 2019, was a day of celebration for the Mobile Pro Systems team as we welcomed civic and community members to our headquarters to participate in the traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event began with opening remarks by Rob Gornick, CEO and Founder, who greeted guests and went on to describe the origins of…(Read More)

Open, unguarded sites, especially on nights and weekends, are easy targets for thieves who are always looking for an opportunity. The high cash value for stolen equipment, copper and other metals on the black market is lucrative enough. But when the risk of detection and arrest appear to be very low, a poorly secured site…(Read More)