The development of human society throughout history indicates that physical survival, well-being and freedom were at the top of the scale of the most important needs, values and interests of every individual, and that security, i.e. the ability to achieve, preserve and improve it, was considered the highest human virtue, its natural and social nature, a condition for life without structural violence, free and comprehensive development, or in short, full emancipation.
In the modern world, security is considered a basic need, value and interest of the individual, society, state and the wider environment.
Drones are becoming increasingly popular for security operations due to their ability to quickly search terrain, provide high-quality video surveillance, and record patrols.
Drones are also effective at deterring crime. While CCTV cameras and alarm systems are important components of a building's security, they are ultimately limited by their inability to take action to stop a crime. More...
Patrols can involve uniformed or non-uniformed officers, with or without dogs, and with or without marked vehicles. They can be visible or invisible, and are used depending on the type and size of the stored value, as well as the time when they are used.
Patrols can also be combined with modern electronic devices and drones for added effectiveness. More...
The advantage of using service dogs lies in their ability to deter potential criminals, as well as their ability to conduct thorough searches of terrain. Additionally, a dog can be more effective than a human in a patrol. Using service dogs can also increase the safety of the guard and reduce the need for other means of force, such as electric guns or firearms. While service dogs can bite someone, it is generally considered a safer alternative than a guard having to use deadly force. More...