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Employee Profile: Cody Morin

Norris prides itself on hiring the best people around. We like to hire folks who are experts in their field, have a passion for their communities, their families and life safety and security. They make it their mission to serve the customer. Today’s Norris Employee Profile is no exception. Today’s Norris Employee Profile is with [...]

September 13th, 2019|Blog, News|0 Comments

Home-convenience and home-security convergence continues with unlikely pair up

In recent news from Android Headlines, the oft-talked about the convergence of home security with home automation and other home conveniences continues in a perhaps unexpected way. Security industry publications have talked about the convergence of security and automation for quite a while, noting that security may eventually become a bolt on to home automation [...]

September 10th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Employee Profile: Dillan Hayes

Norris prides itself on hiring the best people around. We like to hire folks who are experts in their field, have a passion for life safety and security and make it their mission to serve the customer. Today's Norris Employee Profile is no exception. Today's Norris Employee Profile is with Dillan Hayes. What's your title [...]

September 5th, 2019|Blog, News|0 Comments

Norris Surveillance Video of the Month

Norris oftentimes likes to show you collections of would-be criminals foiled by security measures (including guard dogs), including cameras, access control, and intrusion detection. Sometimes we show you odd footage or funny footage. And sometimes we show you a real hallelujah moment when people's lives flash before their eyes and yet by some miracle, everyone [...]

August 27th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

County’s Emergency Alert System Helps Locate Missing 3-Year-Old

Emergency Alert System, Engaged Citizen Save Toddler What could have been a tragedy ended with tears of joy when a local of Navarro County, Texas citizen was engaged in his municipalities life-safety and security measures and heard an emergency alert via the county's emergency notification system. In news from ABC 25, the citizen was able [...]

August 20th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Norris proud to once again participate in Maine Hire-A-Vet Campaign

Once again, Norris is taking part in the annual Maine Hire-A-Vet campaign August 29th in Augusta. The annual event seeks "to help at least 100 employers recruit and hire at least 100 veterans and military family members over 100 days." Norris took part in the 2018 event, as well. Stats from the 2018 event can be seen here:Download [...]

August 16th, 2019|Blog, News|0 Comments

Beware of fly-by-night security outfits

Norris Incorporated has been around for decades, helping to protect lives and property and make everyone just a little bit safer. We've been protecting schools, businesses and municipalities and making everyone just a little bit safer. You can trust the Norris name and know that our systems integrators know their craft and our installation and [...]

August 12th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Norris Surveillance Video of the Month: Multiple fails caught on surveillance camera

Norris likes to bring you videos that enlighten and entertain. We often time bring you collections of video clips showing various humorous events caught on security cameras everywhere and this month is no exception. Please take a few minutes and enjoy these clips showing people caught by surprise, caught unprepared, sometimes scared, sometimes embarrassed. They're [...]

August 7th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Campus Safety Magazine Needs Campus Access Control Survey Volunteers

Campus Safety Magazine on July 18 announced that it was looking for campus Security Directors to volunteer to take their survey about campus access control systems.  The story notes the importance of access control, visitor management, and other electronic life-safety and security systems in mitigating problems at large campuses. "Many crimes, such as school shootings, emergency department violence, [...]

July 19th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Massachusetts man allegedly pulls fire alarms, assaults first responders

In news from Firehouse.com, the city of Framingham, Mass recently experienced some false fire alarms that wasted firefighter time and endangered first responders and citizens alike when trucks rolled to the site of the "emergency." However, that waste of resources and public endangerment was not the worse the part. Apparently, a local man had caused the [...]

July 18th, 2019|Blog, News|0 Comments