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SW24, not-for-profit team up on video surveillance

January 22, 2014Leif Kothe

NEW YORK—SecureWatch24, a full-service security company here, has been awarded a $1 million contract with a private sector not-for-profit organization to install 80 camera boxes in two Brooklyn neighborhoods—one of which was the setting of a high-profile crime in 2011.�The video from all 80 cameras will be streamed to the NYPD's Real Time Crime Center as part of SW24's public-private partnership, the Citywide Safety Initiative. �Desmond Smyth, president of SW24, and a former NYPD officer...

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SW24 named presenting sponsor of the Brooklyn Nets

September 16, 2013SSN Staff

BROOKLYN, N.Y.—SW24, a New York-based security services company, has signed on to become the first-ever presenting sponsor of the Brooklyn Nets and the team's exclusive security partner. The deal, announced Sept. 16, provides SW24 with courtside advertising presence and exposure in publications, at some checkpoints and on radio broadcasts. “SW24 has a tremendous commitment to safety and service, which are our top priorities at the Brooklyn Nets. Everywhere the Nets brand goes, so will...

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SW24 gears up for intrusion market

January 25, 2012Rich Miller

NEW YORK—Preparing to expand its footprint to handle alarm monitoring across the United States, SecureWatch24 has named a manager for its new central station in New Jersey and has added intrusion-monitoring capability at its Manhattan headquarters.SW24 specializes in property surveillance and facilities management. Its main business is video monitoring, with more than 22,000 cameras installed at more than 2,000 buildings in the New York City area. The company has a network operations center...

Desmond Smyth, DGA Security Systems, Fusion Centre, Jay Stuck, Neil Budhram, SecureWatch24, SW24

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