Locksmith in Dallas, TX Offers Commercial Security Consultations for Businesses in December 2019

DALLAS (PRWEB) November 20, 2019

With the rising concerns about cybersecurity, businesses should remain diligent about maintaining a high degree of physical security at their offices, commercial buildings, and warehouse structures. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 86% of companies that experienced cybercrime also experienced other criminal incidents. It is estimated that 34% of all burglaries take place in commercial spaces.
To help combat the growing security problems businesses face, Texas Premier Locksmith is offering free commercial security consultations for businesses in the Dallas area throughout the month of November.
During the commercial security consultation, a trained technician will evaluate the physical security of your commercial property and any entrance into your commercial space. This includes checking the security of door locks, padlocks, keyless entry systems, smart locks, safes, and more.
In addition to commercial security consultations, Texas Premier Locksmith offers a range of commercial locksmith services. This includes:
Access control systemsMortise systemsMaster key systemsLockout servicesPanic barsFiling cabinet locksI/C cores
To participate in this free security consultation offer, business owners simply need to call the Dallas location of Texas Premier Locksmith at (972) 301-2292 and mention this advertisement. The complimentary consultations are only available in the month of November on a first-come-first-serve basis.
About Texas Premier LocksmithTexas Premier Locksmith has established a strong reputation as a top-rated Dallas locksmith company. For immediate assistance, call the Texas Premier Locksmith Dallas location at (972) 301-2292. For more information, visit the storefront at 6959 Arapaho Rd, Ste 125, Dallas, TX 75248 or visit the website at http://www.txpremierlocksmith.com/.

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Dallas Police Department and McShan Florist Form Partnership to “Petal It Forward”

Bruce McShan

“We are proud to be a part of this national movement as we “Petal It Forward” each year says Bruce McShan.

DALLAS (PRWEB) November 20, 2019
This past October, the Dallas Police Department in partnership with McShan Florist and the Society of American Florists (SAF) joined hundreds of florists nationwide to surprise unsuspecting citizens with two free flower arrangements: One to keep and one to give to a friend, family member, colleague or even a stranger. The random-acts-of-kindness effort called “Petal It Forward” and organized by SAF, is designed to help people start their day with a smile and enjoy the positive impact flowers provide. DPD officers randomly surprised people in their beats with over a hundred arrangements and green plants on the morning of October 23rd.
“Petal It Forward” began in 2015 when “happiness ambassadors” hit the streets of Manhattan with 4,400 fresh bouquets to surprise busy commuters with two bouquets; one to keep and one to share with whomever they chose. The response was immediate and overwhelmingly successful. The campaign is now a national event with florists from every state participating while distributing thousands of mood-boosting blooms each October. “We are proud to be a part of this national movement as we “Petal It Forward” each year says Bruce McShan.
Bruce McShan, President of McShan Florist, worked the rodeo for many years before joining the family business. Busting broncos to bouquets was a big leap for Bruce but under his leadership the business continues to grow. Now into its third generation of operation, the legacy continues with 35-year-old Jodi McShan serving as vice president of the family business. She interjects the all-important millennial perspective into their ever-evolving florist operation.
McShan Florist was founded with its roots firmly planted in the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. “No matter how the floral industry changes or how technologically advanced we become,” explains Bruce, “our customer-first attitude will always guide us.” That personalized dedication has been rewarded over and over, including being named the Consumers’ Choice Award floral winner in Dallas every year since its inception in 2006.

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Dallas Texas Area Restoration Company Offers Emergency Response Readiness Before Natural Disasters Hit

Dalworth Commercial Restoration Provides Comprehensive Emergency Response Solution
Press Release – updated: Nov 19, 2019 13:00 CST

DALLAS, November 19, 2019 (Newswire.com) – Dalworth Commercial Restoration, a commercial restoration company operating in the Dallas/Fort Worth region for more than 40 years, offers emergency response plans (ERPs) that keep their clients prepared in the event of an emergency. ERPs are used to prepare for potential emergencies like hurricanes, tornadoes, chemical spills, flooding, bomb threats, fires, earthquakes, explosions and more. Many organizations do not have adequate ERPs in place which leaves employees, clients and their overall business at risk. 
After seeing the devastation caused in their community by a tornado in October, the Dalworth team is especially passionate about proliferating the necessity of planning for natural disasters. The tornado left many commercial real estate and businesses unprepared and in chaos. ERPs are a method of getting ahead of possible natural disasters and gives organizations a pre-prepared response plan in times of emergency. 
ERPs are important because the actions taken in the initial minutes of an emergency are critical, according to the Department of Homeland Security. A prompt warning to employees to evacuate, shelter or lockdown can save lives. For example, action by employees with knowledge of building and process systems can help control a leak and minimize damage to the facility and the environment.
Dalworth Restoration offers free digital ERPs to clients and their customers (valued at 2500 dollars per customer), which can be used as a valued-added service by organizations. The ERPs provide a proactive method of ensuring peace-of-mind, business continuity during/after disasters, a platform on which to contact vendors in the event of an emergency, access to all building information in one (convenient) place and access to all occupant/customer data in case of mass communication needs. The offer includes a free sign-up landing page, an onsite visit to capture images/data, disaster-relief customer service, an ERP for each client (and each of their customers) and a single assigned point-of-contact. 
With more than 40 years of operation, Dalworth Restoration is a commercial restoration company that focuses on providing minimally-disruptive disaster and restoration relief. Dalworth Restoration has built a reputation for providing reliable, efficient restoration services and offers 24/7 emergency services and free estimates.  
To learn more about Dalworth Restoration and how to establish effective ERPs, visit: www.dalworthcommercialrestoration.com/erp    
Dalworth Restoration is a commercial restoration team working in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. The company offers their services to churches, schools, hospitals, multi-family housing units, retail stores, municipalities and more. They offer premium service in fire damage restoration, water damage restoration, mold removal, reconstruction projects, emergency response plans and more. In business for more than 40 years, the Dalworth Restoration team is passionate about restoring their clients peace-of-mind and keeping them safe through matchless, comprehensive restoration services and emergency response planning. 
For more information, visit: www.dalworthcommercialrestoration.com.
Source: Dalworth Commercial Restoration

Southern Bail Bonds Dallas Clarifies Bail Bonds Facts vs. Myth

A representative from Southern Bail Bonds Dallas says many bonding agencies are heavily involved in community activism, like sponsoring back-to-school drives that help families with backpacks, school supplies and scholarships.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 17, 2019
Southern Bail Bonds Dallas has a front row seat at this country’s bail bonds reform activities. As such, we see a lot of good information being delivered to the public, but we also see a sizeable amount of misinformation being disseminated as well. We’d like to take this opportunity to point out some of the facts and help identify some of the myths. The supporters of bail reform, however well meaning, often use the same talking points across the board – that monetary bail is somehow unfair. But is that actually correct? Is it really accurate to say that defendants are only in jail because they can’t afford a $175 bond? What about regulations – some proponents of bail reform have also painted a picture that the bail industry is unregulated and conducts itself as if it’s part of the old the wild, wild west.
Maybe we should take a look at the facts vs. the myths.
Myth: People are wasting away in jail cells solely because they can’t afford a bail bond.
Lets take a deeper look. People don’t stay in jail because of the size of their wallet. If a person is in jail its because they have been accused of committing a crime or someone witnessed them committing a crime and they are there due to probably cause, which was determined by a law enforcement officer.
Next, there are any number of reasons why a person is being held in jail but hasn’t yet been convicted on a crime. Some of those reasons could include:
    Probation violations – bonds may be set, but the defendant is not bondable
    Immigration hold – bonds set, but the defendant has an I.C.E. hold
    Out of County charges – awaiting transfer to another county or jurisdiction for other charges
    Already convicted and now has a new charge – not bondable. Awaiting hearing on new charges
Lastly, and definitely the most important is this fact: the defendant’s family and friends may not be willing to post bond based on the defendant’s previous criminal history or their previous interactions with the family. It may have nothing at all to do with whether or not the money is available.
There’s no way to know the exact reasons why family members may choose to not post bond, but below are some of the reasons we’ve seen here at Southern Bail Bonds Dallas include:
The defendant had bonds posted previously and failed to appear in court, which costs the cosigners money to cover forfeiture fees. In a situation like this, it’s easy to see where the cosigner may not be willing to post yet another bond, especially if they were never reimbursed for the first bond that was forfeited or they feel the defendant will forfeit their bond again.
What if the defendant has a drug or other substance abuse problem that the cosigners are aware of? There are times when the cosigners feel as long as the defendant is in custody it’s harder for them to continue to abuse drugs. It may also prevent the defendant from harming themselves or another person.
It could also be a tough-love or scared-straight situation where the family and friends want the defendant to realize the situation they’ve put themselves in. The family wants the defendant to realize that continuing on their current path will lead them to a much longer stint in county jail or prison or worse.
Family and friends are much closer to the defendant and know far more about the situation than a court or bondsman ever would, and they are in a far better position to make those decisions.
There are times when a defendant isn’t bonded out because their family needs time to make arrangements for them to enter into some sort of needed treatment – like drug or alcohol rehab, etc. They quite possibly may have to decide whether to spend their available funds on a bond or on getting treatment started which would help the defendant more in the long run.
Myth: Money Bail Does Not Have An Affect on Failure To Appear Rates
All legitimate 3rd party peer reviewed studies showed that using financially secured release (bail) is the most effective way to ensure a defendant’s appearance in court.
Bail agents, the research showed, were the true “long arms of the law” insofar as they effectively reduced long-term fugitive rates and returned defendants to court.
If you have questions about the bail bond industry, bail reform or just general questions about posting bail, please feel free to contact our office at 214-372-2500.
Southern Bail Bonds Dallas can assist with all your bail bonds needs, and we are here to answer any questions you may have regarding the bail bond process. Our consultations are always free.

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