The vehicle dealership has a upscale security system that includes motion detectors, automated lighting, plus additional security features, however every night when the owner of the vehicle dealership leaves the building, he activates the alarms. The alarms shut down all of the lights inside of the building. The system activates all of the outdoor lights. They are really set on solar timers, but the system is only activated when the lights inside of the building are shut off. There is also an additional security feature on the building, and when the motion sensors are triggered near the doors, the lights come on plus the silent alarm is supposed to be activated… It’s up to me to secure the part plus turn off the silent alarm. I also have to alert the security company if there is no need for backup, then last weekend, there was an issue at the vehicle dealership that required an expert IT specialist. The doors opened up on their own plus the security system did not activate. I happened to be the security guard on duty when the problem happened shortly after midnight. I contacted the director of the building plus he called a service IT specialist from the security company. The million dollar security system would not have helped entirely much at all if I had not been there walking the grounds that night, however anyone could have walked into the building plus walked out with a number of items that would have been easy to carry plus cost the supplier a ton of cash. Most of the salesmen keep their ipad plus cash in their desk drawer.