PASCO, Wash.—Moon Security Services, a full-service security company with accounts in several states in the Northwest, plans to ramp up its PERS division in the coming months, Mike Miller, vice president of the company, told Security Systems News.
SAN ANTONIO—United Central Control, a wholesale monitoring company based here, has hired James Beaty, formerly the general manager of central station operations at pharmacy giant CVS, to lead its business development initiatives.
ATLANTA, Ga.—An appeals court in Georgia upheld a trial court’s $8.6 million verdict against Monitronics, affirming the lower court’s decision that a customer raped in a home invasion suffered harm as a result of the company’s negligence.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.—With false alarms becoming a growing administrative nuisance, the police department in this city decided to do something that is now a burgeoning trend: Outsource its false alarm billing and tracking services to an IT company.
EXTON, Pa.—She’s back. A few things might have changed during Wanda Valenteen’s two-year hiatus from the monitoring world, but the evolution of the industry, no matter how difficult to stay abreast of, is nothing compared to her experiences away from the professional sphere.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.—Monitronics will have more than 600 dealers and 1 million accounts when it completes the $487 million acquisition, announced today, of super-regional security company Security Networks, the 14th largest residential alarm monitoring company in the United States.
HOLLY SPRINGS, N.C.—NationWide Digital Monitoring Co., a Freeport, N.Y.-based central station monitoring service, just extended its reach in the Southeast with the opening of a regional sales office here.