Local business uses multiple methods to protect against burglaries
MEDFORD, Ore. —
Medford Police officers say they get calls about burglarized businesses just about every night.
They advise businesses to take safety measures like install an alarm system, security cameras with motion alarms, and get increased exterior lighting.
Kona Bento, which was broken into three times last year, even took it a step further by requesting a no-trespassing agreement from police.
"So if someone were on the property after hours and there was a no trespassing agreement, law enforcement would be able to make contact with them and actually have them removed from the property, said Tiffany Bactista, the owner of Kona Bento.
Bactista says this works as a preventative measure and has had no trouble since.