Monthly Archives: January 2015

Who knows what’s waiting for you when you take out the trash?

Taking out the trash is a pretty routine chore, but sometimes it can get interesting fast – and not in a good way. Imagine taking the trash out late at night at the end of your work shift and startling a homeless vagrant sleeping in the dumpster! Employees whose job involves taking trash to dumpsters […]

CV joins the National Cannabis Industry Association

Centralized Vision has become a member of the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) as a way to forge stronger connections with our customers in this emerging industry. NCIA is the only national trade association advancing the interests of the legitimate and responsible cannabis industry. CV currently monitors several medical marijuana dispensaries and cultivation sites here […]

CV’s virtual greeter service featured in HOA Advisors magazine

The upcoming winter issue of HOA Advisors magazine features an article about how the virtual greeter service provided by Centralized Vision can provide as-good or better security than on-site security personnel at a fraction of the cost. Technology to the Rescue: Virtual Greeter 75% Less Expensive than On-site Security Officers Keeping one’s community safe is […]

Give back by supporting our youth

For several years Centralized Vision has supported Prime Time Athletics, the fastest-growing NFL-approved youth flag football league in the United States. We will continue our sponsorship during this upcoming winter flag football season, and hope that you will join us. We believe that giving back to the community is important and that supporting our local […]

Thomas Rowswell Receives Centralized Vision’s Technician of the Year Award

The winner of this year’s Technician of the Year award is Thomas Rowswell! Thomas has been with us since December 2008 – six years! He is our Lead Technician and manages our staff of employees and oversees investigations and day-to-day developments. We truly value Thomas’s dedication to our mission of Keeping an Eye on What Matters Most!