Las Vegas, NV (June 23, 2023) – As part of their dedication to community safety, coinciding with National Safety Month, Sting Alarm has announced a new partnership with Jewish Nevada. The collaboration will employ advanced security surveillance systems to enhance the safety and security of the Jewish community. This partnership reflects the shared commitment of both parties to the well-being of the community.
Sting Alarm, in addition to being a bronze sponsor for this year, will also be participating in various Jewish Nevada events throughout the year.
Jon Perry, President & Co-founder of Sting Alarm, will be leading this initiative. “Security is a pressing concern in our community. We are grateful for the trust and the ongoing partnership with Jewish Nevada. As antisemitism becomes increasingly prevalent in our city and across the nation, we take immense pride in supporting Jewish Nevada’s mission to ensure the continuity and vibrancy of Jewish life in Nevada.”
Based in Las Vegas, NV, Sting Alarm is a highly-rated security and fire systems company that has been providing cutting-edge security solutions since 2003. With a team of security professionals who employ a forward-thinking approach centered around technology, Sting Alarm has expanded its presence across the country over the past decade by using the most advanced security systems available.
“Ensuring the safety and security of our office and community is vital to the success and mission of Jewish Nevada. Thanks to the enduring partnership and support from Sting Alarm, we can provide a secure environment for all members of our community to celebrate Jewish life,” said Stefanie Tuzman, President & CEO, Jewish Nevada.
Beth LaManna, Regional Security Advisor for Jewish Nevada, added, “I am deeply grateful for Sting Alarm’s support and partnership in maintaining the security of the Federation and our community.” A 22-year veteran of the FBI, LaManna’s diverse experience includes serving as a Special Agent, crisis negotiations coordinator, and primary coordinator for the National Center for Analysis of Violent Crimes within the FBI. Post her retirement from the FBI, she was the Director of Security at Queens College in Flushing, NY, responsible for the public safety and security of nearly 25,000 students, faculty, and staff on an 80-acre campus.
Representing the 70,000 Jews in Nevada, Jewish Nevada is the only organization dedicated to assessing and addressing the needs of the entire community. They are committed to building a vibrant community and sustaining Jewish life throughout Nevada, Israel, and globally, upholding the values of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), Tzedakah (righteousness and philanthropy), and G’milut Hasadim (acts of kindness and service).