Sonitrol Pacific's Verified Audio Detects Two

Two suspects were arrested inside a Washington high school June 29 after the Sonitrol Pacific security system detected suspicious activity.

Peninsula, WA, July 07, 2008 --( Officers took two suspects into custody after a high school’s Sonitrol Pacific audio intrusion sensors detected suspicious activity inside the school June 29.

An expert Sonitrol Pacific sound analyst received the initial impact-activated signal from the gym area of the school and verified the nature of the signals with real-time audio technology. He sent a guard service to the school to assess the situation.

Upon arriving at the school, the guards found two individuals inside and promptly took them into custody.

This incident brings Sonitrol Pacific's record of assisted apprehensions to 4, 925. Sonitrol Pacific protects schools throughout the Pacific Northwest with their suite of audio detection technology, cctv, fire monitoring and access control services. Founded in 1978, the company celebrates its 30-year anniversary this year and will host an Oktoberfest Open House at their Portland office in September.

Sound Security, dba Sonitrol Pacific
Pamela Singleton