May 18, 2009
For Immediate Release:
SecurePro Technologies is proud to annouce that it has secured the contract to install video surveillance, access control, Intrusion alarms and other low voltage security systems at the brand new Klamath Falls Police Station.
The former Armory building is now under light demo, and the rebuild to begin immediately. The systems provided by SecurePro will be installed over the next six- to nine-months and will include some of the most advanced security features of any building with similar use.
Bosch video surveillance will provide the eyes of the police station, while Software House will secure the doors, etc. with highly advanced access control system. Bosch intrusion was also selected for it’s durability, price, effectiveness and strong history of successful solutions.
"We are very pleased to be selected for this highly visible and very important project," stated Eric Stinson, Director of Sales at SecurePro. "We have an overwhelmingly strong presence across many market sectors in Southern Oregon, but this is the first government project in the City of Klamath Falls. We take a great deal of pride in our outstanding track record for service, solutions and value. We are confident that with the hard work and commitment to excellence that we’ve shown in the past, we can make this Klamath Falls Police Station a shining beacon of how to do security, right!"
SecurePro, with an office in Klamath Falls, is a leading electronic security integrator providing design, consultation, sales, installation and maintenance throughout the Northwest.