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Whitton eases minds in Conn.

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03/01/2007

REDDING, Conn.--Wanting to be closer to home while his children were young, Jack Whitton left the newspaper business three years ago to open Peace of Mind, what he calls an "old-fashioned physical security service for a high-tech world.

Brink's execs tout Fourth quarter results

Profits up, residential giant eyes acquisition opportunities
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03/01/2007

RICHMOND, Va.-- During a Feb.

AlarmForce 2006 results

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SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2007

TORONTO--AlarmForce surpassed the $20 million mark for revenues and reached 66,300 subscribers in both the U.S.

Will Unlocker make waves?

With new portable device , "new accounts without installing new equipment"
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03/01/2007

CARLSBAD, Calif.--Advanced Bridging Technologies has released a new product it's promoting as a "huge paradigm shift for the industry.

ADT announces 'Custom Home Gold'

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02/01/2007

BOCA RATON, Fla.--Aiming to tap the upscale homeowner market, ADT announced Jan.

Pro One, IASG to merge

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02/01/2007

LAWRENCE, Kan., and ALBANY, N.

Homesafe to move

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02/01/2007

HUNT VALLEY, Md.--Homesafe Security Systems, which has a division that specializes in high-end custom security applications, will move into new headquarters later this year.

Orlando files new claim

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SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2007

ANAHEIM, Calif.--Janet Orlando, a former Alarm One employee who was spanked in front of other employees and was awarded $1.

Devcon's Ron Lakey promoted

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SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2007

BOCA RATON, Fla.--Devcon International announced in January the appointment of Ron Lakey as chief operating officer and president of Devcon Security Services, the company's security division.

Select Security acquires

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SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2007

LANCASTER, Pa.--Patrick Egan, president of Select Security, announced Jan.

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