On behalf of the entire BrickHouse Security team, I want to apologize for the difficulties you’ve had with the transition from the Securus platform. I understand your frustrations and I appreciate the chance to address them.Read More →
The shooting of Michael Brown sparked debate over police practices and oversight around the country; but a local incident, the death of Eric Garner in Staten Island, NY, has brought about not only a commitment to police retraining, but a new pilot program bringing body-worn cameras to 15% of police precincts in the city.Read More →
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With protest and outcry in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., citizens and police find themselves looking for answers on how to improve relations and prevent more senseless death; some argue that the answer is wearable cameras.
If you were already concerned about Google overstepping its bounds with regards to your privacy, then the tech giant’s recent $3.2 billion acquisition of Nest, a home automation company, should have you shaking in your boots. BrickHouse CEO Todd Morris sat down with Fox Business’s Melissa Francis this week to explain why.Read More →
When Martin Scorsese’s people called last year and asked me to set them up with one of our teddy bear nanny cams for the legendary director’s latest project, I was intrigued. I was even more intrigued when I saw the final cut of the film, which opened on Christmas Day.Read More →
$10,000 immediate-use scholarship will help defray education costs for peace officers wounded in the line of duty
New York, NY — BrickHouse Security, a premier supplier of surveillance and security solutions to consumers, the law enforcement community and government agencies, announced a new scholarship program that gives back to those who have given so much.Read More →