New “Elite ISI” Remote Guarding Solution Apprehends Local Car Thieves

Sept 30, 2014, Los Angeles, CA – With the help of the latest innovative remote monitoring services provided by Elite ISI, one local car dealer in the San Francisco area thwarted thieves similar to the gang that recently got away with a massive auto theft, when twenty-two cars were stolen from other less protected Mercedes Benz dealerships in the region.

The recent rash of auto thefts by organized gangs in the San Francisco Area highlight the pitfalls of traditional security and alarm solutions. Auto dealerships, with millions of dollars of inventory sitting in the open and as close to potential customers as possible, face some of the greatest monitoring and security challenges of all commercial property owners.

Though the thieves at Elite’s client used the same methods that were successful at other dealerships, Elite’s Remote Guarding solution deterred the attempted theft to their Mercedes Benz customer. In fact, Elite’s remote agents actions directly resulted in an arrest that is providing authorities with assistance in identifying and hunting down the suspects involved in other successful car thefts in the area. Elite ISI’s Remote Guarding solution has thus proven to be a reliable, proactive form of crime prevention for any facility.


About Elite ISI

Elite’s interactive monitoring and security approach creates an “undercover digital guard” perimeter around the protected location. Rather than relying on ineffective human guards who would attempt to patrol an entire property, Elite uses the results from a forensic analysis to place 10 to 30 digital guards in strategic locations. Highly trained agents at Elite’s remote Command Center use the digital guarding system to identify intruders immediately upon their entry onto a client property, and to then speak to the trespassers, ordering them to leave the premises. More importantly, local police are mobilized if the need arises, where Law Enforcement agencies see the powerful benefit of calls from Elite’s highly trained, first responder eyewitnesses to a crime in progress that actively assist the responding police officers with live, real time audio/video support to safely apprehend the suspects.

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Elite ISI Announces formation of the Remote Guarding Law Enforcement Advisory Board

August 28th, 2014, Los Angeles, CA – Elite ISI announces the formation of the Remote Guarding Law Enforcement Advisory Board. The founding members are Robert Parker, Keith Bushey, and Tom Stone. They were chosen based upon their extreme interest in, and understanding of the value of Remote Guarding to law enforcement. They bring a depth of experience, impressive careers, and leadership in law enforcement to the board. The role of the Board is educating and training local, regional and national law enforcement agencies in the uses and benefits of remote guarding. Future activities will include developing, instituting assessments and certification for compliance with Remote Guarding standards.

Elite currently partners with Police and Sheriff’s departments throughout the nation to dramatically improve the security of the company’s client properties. Board members understand and want to promote how Remote Guarding provides Law Enforcement with dramatic benefits without having to bear any of the cost. Elite’s unique ability to prevent crime, save law enforcement resources, enhance officer safety and generally improve police results resulted in the company being selected by FBI-LEEDA as the only monitoring and security company to educate and train its 6000 members on the benefits and uses of Remote Guarding. FBI-LEEDA is the nation’s leading law enforcement training association.

Robert Parker Sr. served the Miami-Dade Police Department for 33 years before retiring in 2009, after becoming the department’s Director in 2004. As Director of the Miami-Dade Police Department, he oversaw the 8th largest police department in the nation, with 4,700 personnel, a budget of $548 million, and the 2.4 million residents and visitors of Florida’s Miami-Dade County.

Keith Bushey, a 44-year veteran of law enforcement and the military, recently retired as Law Enforcement Liaison to Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley. He also served as Commander in the Los Angeles Police Department, a Deputy Chief in the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, and as a Colonel in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. He currently travels nationwide to train law enforcement professionals across the nation as a long time, senior lecturer for FBI-LEEDA.

Tom Stone substantially adds to the Board his extensive experience in local, regional and national law enforcement. For over 20 years he served in a number of Chief of Police, and Public Safety Director roles. As curriculum developer and past President of FBI-LEEDA (FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association), Tom has overseen the training of the association’s 6,000+ law enforcement and public safety members. He was named Executive Director Emeritus upon his retirement in 2013.

“We are extremely proud to have such esteemed Law Enforcement Advisory Board Members,” says Aria Kozak, President and CEO of Elite ISI. “Each one brings considerable expertise, visibility, and passion to the Board. Their ability to extend Remote Guarding’s reach to all levels of law enforcement will also add to Elite’s ability to protect our clients properties, prevent crime, and save lives.”

Elite’s remote monitoring services generates unprecedented results, reduces costs, and keeps first responders from harm’s way. Client properties range from office buildings, warehouses, logistics, auto dealerships, apartment complexes, and many other industries.