Common Multifamily Safety & Security Mistakes Is Your Building Making Them?

What are the most common safety/security mistakes in multifamily buildings?
While crime rates have been falling consistently for decades -- even in large metropolitan areas -- security and safety will always be a top concern of both managers and boards. In this video clip, a security tech pro discusses some of the more common mistakes he encounters in multifamily buildings and associations, and gives some sage advice on how to avoid them in your own community. 

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