The Denver-based security firm comments on a recent article that both human and animal intruders can be kept at bay by the right security measures.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 16, 2017
According to a June 7 article on Midland Daily News, a Vail woman assumed her home had been burglarized, only to find out, via security camera footage, that the unwanted visitor was not a human being, but a somewhat musically inclined black bear. The footage, which has gone viral on YouTube, also shows the bear leaning on a piano and briefly “playing” it. Denver based security specialists, Spear Security Inc., says that the incident illustrates the diverse nature of a security firm’s work. Intruders and bad actors come in all shapes and sizes, notes the firm, and not all of them are members of the same species.
The security firm notes that the residential and business properties it protects all have their own unique challenges faced by its team of highly trained and experienced security guards and courtesy patrol team members. For businesses in areas that are primarily urban, security threats typically come from would-be robbers, vandals, and other intruders who may have intentions that are far from laudable. However, for properties and events based in locales that may be exurban or somewhat rural, both human and nonhuman intruders can often be a real issue that trained security guards need to be on the lookout for, says Spear Security Inc.
The firm adds that it makes sure its team is aware of all aspects of a given setting, so that they are never caught completely by surprise when potentially untoward situations emerge. From noting potentially threatening outside visitors – whether possibly ill-intentioned or larcenous humans, or wild animals that really shouldn’t be entering human abodes under any circumstances – Spear Security Inc. notes that its team is able to take control of the situation so that a minor incident does not devolve into something truly dangerous.
The firm also notes that, whether dealing with potentially dangerous animals or humans, its team always seeks to deescalate situations whenever possible. This means taking a calm, professional and, whenever possible, polite and humane approach to the public, including its furrier members. The results, the firm notes, is that situations are typically resolved while completely preserving the safety of all involved.
Readers who would like to learn more about the many services offered by the team at Spear Security Inc. are invited to contact the firm by telephone at 303-298-8373. Those who would like to visit the firm virtually are also welcome to visit its web site at http://www.SpearSecurityDenver.com. Spear Security’s team of skilled and highly experienced security professional looks forward to hearing from any and all members of the public in possession of opposable thumbs.
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