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Derailing Crime on America’s Railroads

America’s railroads have been fending off criminals since the first transcontinental railroad opened over 150 years ago. The legendary train robberies of the Wild West may have long passed, but they left a strong legacy of theft and crime…

When Construction Site Security is an Inside Job

It’s no secret that construction site theft is often an inside job. At the end of the day, tools can walk out with workers or other opportunists who gain access to poorly lit and unsecured interior spaces. Under those…

Night Defense with Impact
MPS Edge of Difference

Many costly property and equipment thefts occur at night when job sites or other critical locations are quiet and unattended. Camera surveillance is crucial for monitoring sites and recording incidents, but MPS surveillance trailers are designed to go much further…

Off to the Races at Mexico City Grand Prix

The Policía Bancaria e Industrial’s Commander 3400 surveillance trailer was part of the security detail at the Formula 1 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix. Over 320,000 fans filled the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez on November 7…

Protecting Goods from Ship to Shore to Store

It’s been a wild ride leading up to the 2021 holiday retail season. Retailers have been navigating the stormy seas of shipping delays and bottlenecks in the supply chain for months now. Businesses are doing everything they can to…

Commander 3400 Aids UMPD Campus Investigation

A UMPD 3400 mobile surveillance trailer is helping University of Minnesota police investigate disturbing reports of a person who entered university residence halls in recent weeks and tried using a cell phone to film students as they showered. The incidents…

Why Substations Can’t Let Their Guard Down

When residents who lived across the road from a rural substation in Upshur County, Texas, heard “sizzling” and what sounded like “electricity was being fried”* early one morning, they went outside to see what was going on. When they saw…

Around Town with MPS Camera Trailers

When a city agency first brings an MPS camera trailer on board, they are often amazed at just how useful and versatile a surveillance trailer can be. In fact, one of the most common statements we hear from a new…

America’s railroads have been fending off criminals since the first transcontinental railroad opened over 150 years ago. The legendary train robberies of the Wild West may have long passed, but they left a strong legacy of theft and crime that’s ever evolving. Like utility substations, railways are targets for copper cable theft which…(Read More)

It’s no secret that construction site theft is often an inside job. At the end of the day, tools can walk out with workers or other opportunists who gain access to poorly lit and unsecured interior spaces. Under those conditions, thousands of dollars worth of materials can disappear in mere minutes. The MPS Sentinel…(Read More)

Many costly property and equipment thefts occur at night when job sites or other critical locations are quiet and unattended. Camera surveillance is crucial for monitoring sites and recording incidents, but MPS surveillance trailers are designed to go much further. Top and mid-mast lighting surrounds the trailer so it will be seen. Our platforms…(Read More)

The Policía Bancaria e Industrial’s Commander 3400 surveillance trailer was part of the security detail at the Formula 1 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix. Over 320,000 fans filled the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez on November 7, 2021…(Read More)

It’s been a wild ride leading up to the 2021 holiday retail season. Retailers have been navigating the stormy seas of shipping delays and bottlenecks in the supply chain for months now. Businesses are doing everything they can to stock merchandise and keep one step ahead of shoppers who are anxious to tick items…(Read More)

A UMPD 3400 mobile surveillance trailer is helping University of Minnesota police investigate disturbing reports of a person who entered university residence halls in recent weeks and tried using a cell phone to film students as they showered. The incidents occurred late at night and are deeply concerning to students who now worry about their…(Read More)

When residents who lived across the road from a rural substation in Upshur County, Texas, heard “sizzling” and what sounded like “electricity was being fried”* early one morning, they went outside to see what was going on. When they saw the substation was in flames, they called 911. After firefighters put the fire out, deputies…(Read More)

When a city agency first brings an MPS camera trailer on board, they are often amazed at just how useful and versatile a surveillance trailer can be. In fact, one of the most common statements we hear from a new law enforcement customer is: “We don’t know what we did without it.” That’s…(Read More)