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ASI has a Technology Division with two core segments:

1. ASI SOC – (Security Operations Center): The ASI-SOC utilizes the latest in remote surveillance and access control technology to complement our onsite and patrol services.  Specially trained officers, or monitoring agents, working from our ASI-SOC have the ability to view and interact live via remote PA’s and telephone entry systems to detect, deter and if necessary manage an incident or crisis in progress.

2. Integration: To support the services provided by the ASI-SOC, and our customers, we have also created an Integration department to service and install the components needed to provide successful Remote Security Services (RSS) for your property.

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Excellence in action

Consistent with our company mission statement, which is to enhance the quality of life by investing in and supporting community services, organizations and activities, ASI has been active in the community since our inception in 1995. Here are a few examples of philanthropic charities:

  • Rise & Run 5K — ASI proudly became the title sponsor of the 2015 Rise and Run 5K event, benefiting the family of Denver Police officer John Adsit, who is well-known to many ASI officers who work downtown. Officer Adsit was hit by a car on Dec. 3, 2014 while assisting other officers in escorting East High School students back to school during a protest. We supported the event by providing security vehicles and officers to direct traffic and assist with crowd control as well as donating $10,000.
  • Pennies for Change — Pennies for Change is an in-house donation program that gives employees the opportunity to contribute to a variety of local charities through a small payroll deduction. Charities have included: The Boys & Girls Clubs, Colorado Freedom Memorial, Food Bank of the Rockies, Ronald McDonald House and United Way. In addition to matching employee donations dollar for dollar, we perform volunteer work for several charities each year.
  • Walk to Defeat ALS, Run the Rocks and Fight for Air Climb — ASI teams comprised of our staff and families joined in these events to raise awareness and money for these charities.

In addition to the above, we have contributed time, resources and money to numerous organizations, such as:

  • TAPS — Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
  • Aurora Chamber Foundation
  • Aurora Public Schools Scholarship Foundation
  • The Women’s Foundation of Colorado
  • YMCA of Metro Denver
  • Toys for Tots
  • Dumb Friends League
  • Crime Stoppers
  • American Lung Association

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