Bank Safe


Banking and financial institutions have the longest standing need for physical security of any industry. Large amounts of cash are clearly the primary attraction for the criminal element. Banks and credit unions are prime targets for theft, both internally and externally. You need to customize a solution to protect your employees, visitors, financial operations and data from unwanted intruders. Dakota Security Systems understands that you face unique challenges and can limit your vulnerability to risks by addressing the following items:

  • Time & Attendance
  • Drawer Balancing (Dipping)
  • Marketing Research
  • Hold-Ups
  • Liability Claims
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Surveillance
  • Security of Cash and Negotiables
  • Procedure Compliance
  • Fraud

Latest News
Principal, Teacher Stop Planned Shooting Principal, Teacher Stop Planned Shooting (Dec 16, 2014)

A student’s plan to shoot and kill two unarmed school security officers was stopped Dec. 10 when the principal and a teacher of the school in Northwest Miami-Dade County patted the student down and discovered a weapon. Jalen Leon Bradley, 18, … Continue reading

Trusted Financial Institution Security Trusted Financial Institution Security (Nov 25, 2014)

DMP is one of the most trusted names in security for financial insitutions and offers fully integrated systems for intrusion, fire and access control. Full-time Network and Cellular Monitoring The network technology is the most sophisticated solution for integrated instrusion … Continue reading

7 Signs A Weapon Is Being Concealed 7 Signs A Weapon Is Being Concealed (Nov 17, 2014)

The man stood unnoticed outside the grocery store for nearly three hours before his ex-wife arrived. As she stepped from a taxicab, the man quickly stepped toward her and, to the shock of everyone present, quickly raised a 12-gauge pump … Continue reading

Former FBI Director Offers Bank Security Tips Former FBI Director Offers Bank Security Tips (Nov 04, 2014)

The following is an interview with Louis E. Grever, who retired in 2012 from the Federal Bureau of Investigation following a career of 24 years, most recently as Executive Assistant Director with the agency’s science and technology branch. March Networks: … Continue reading

FBI Releases Study on Active Shooter Incidents FBI Releases Study on Active Shooter Incidents (Oct 23, 2014)

The FBI released a study of 160 active shooter incidents that occurred between 2000 and 2013 throughout the U.S. The primary purpose of the study? To provide law enforcement partners with data that will help them to better prepare for and … Continue reading