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J.D. Power recognizes Brink's customer service operations again

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

IRVING, Texas--Brink's Home Security's customer service call center here received recognition for "customer service excellence" by J.D.

ASG buys accounts for dense Texas market share

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11/01/2005

BELTSVILLE, Md.--Following its strategy of building dense market share in select areas, ASG completed four transactions to increase its portfolio of accounts in Texas.

Candid camera helps nab burglar

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SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--Jacksonville police had the assistance of a videotape from a home surveillance system while they worked to apprehend a burglar here.

Five Alarm Security, military supply co. sign deal

HST to tap Honeywell dealership's expertise as it enters alarm and CCTV security markets
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11/01/2005

DEL MAR, Calif.--A discovery made while selling security glass laminate to local businesses prompted Homeland Security Technology to enter the security alarm business and seek out a partnership with Five Alarm Security of Carlsbad, Calif.

Sonitrol acquires two new major-market franchises

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11/01/2005

BERWYN, Penn.--Sonitrol's selective acquisition of franchises continued with the purchase of two major-market dealerships, one in Kansas City and the other in Denver.

Brinks opens shop in Frederick, Md.

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

IRVING, Texas--Brink's Home Security opened a new office in September in Frederick, Md., to tap the recent surge in the housing market of Montgomery and Frederick Counties.

Safe Home expands

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11/01/2005

OLD FORGE, Penn.--Expanding into the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the first time, Safe Home Security opened a new office here on Oct.

Two big players assess post-hurricane losses

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10/01/2005

YARMOUTH, Maine--Hundreds of ADT Security and Protection One employees across the country marshalled their resources--with offers of housing, employment and donations of food, clothes and money--last month to help out their colleagues in the Gulf Coast.
Two of the biggest players in the residential security market, ADT and Protection One, both had offices and employees directly affected by Hurricane Katrina.

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