On 5/12/19 at 05:27:19 hours, the EyeSite monitoring team received a burglary alarm activation
triggered by human activity from a camera monitoring the north entrance to the property. At
05:30:06, the subject, described as a male wearing a hard hat, a light colored t-shirt and dark
pants was observed on the interior hallway camera.
At 05:31:30 (KH) the customer was contacted and gave approval to dispatch the police
department. The customer also requested to have anyone found on the property arrested since no
one was scheduled to be there.
At 05:32:24 a dispatch request was sent to the Phoenix Police Department dispatch office.
Officers were dispatched immediately to the scene. At 05:42:02 the police arrived on the scene
and made contact with (2) subjects, questioned them, took their information and then released the
The following morning, the customer’s Project Manager found that the rear fence behind the
construction trailer had been cut and used for entry to the property. The customer stated that as of
the prior day (Saturday 5/11/19) the damage was not there.
Upon our follow up with the Phoenix Police Department Alarm Unit we learned that the police
did not arrest the subjects located on the site because the site was not properly secured.
On 5/14/19, the police were requested at the site to complete a supplement to the original report
number. It should be noted that additional measures have been taken to further protect this site:
An “Authority to Arrest” letter has been placed on file with the Phoenix Police Department, extra
patrols of the site have been requested for this location after hours and the fencing poles have
EyeSite Surveillance has installed three additional cameras, added a siren and verified that the
fencing for this location is secure. This incident is pending further investigation. An update will
be sent once information is obtained.