Deep Sentinel is a home security provider focused on making homes safer through effective technology and active home security surveillance. Deep Sentinel steers away from what it calls “passive monitoring” where a sensor triggers a blind notification and it takes several minutes after a break-in for the homeowner and police to be notified and aware of what is happening.
Deep Sentinel takes a more active approach by having live eyes and ears on your home 24/7 as well as two-way speakers to prevent crime before it happens. The company was designed by police to ensure effectiveness and safety. In case of a crime, Deep Sentinel’s surveillance agents will attempt to deter the criminal by communicating with them via a two-way microphone inside the security system. If that doesn’t work, Deep Sentinel’s surveillance agents will share details of the incident and suspect before and after police have arrived at your home. Because of this, Deep Sentinel explains that its calls to police are considered high priority and this results in increased response times and arrest rates.
Deep Sentinel offers a range of service packages that can adapt to almost any budget and home size. The home security company's offerings come with the option of zero money down financing and a zero percent APR:
Homeowners can also customize their security package and chose between one and six cameras. Each package size comes with three financing options:
Deep Sentinel offers 24/7 surveillance with strict standard operating procedures and rules for escalation. Its alerts are considered high priority to police and result in faster response times and increased arrest rates. What makes Deep Sentinel unique is its surveillance agents interact with intruders via the two-way microphone and attempt to scare them off before they commit further crime rather than call the police after the incident.
Through its 24/7 surveillance, Deep Sentinel identifies a threat in under 10 seconds. The security system has two-way speakers that allow live Sentinel Surveillance agents to talk to any perpetrator and inquire with questions such as: "Please state your name and purpose," "You are being monitored and recorded," and "The police are on their way and they have your description as well as your car's description."
If a break-in occurs, Deep Sentinel’s surveillance center contacts the police within 20 seconds and alerts them of the crime taking place. The company notes that police consider its alerts high priority and take all emergencies seriously because Deep Sentinel ensures 0 percent false alarms.
In the event customers are not completely satisfied with Deep Sentinel's services, they have 30 days to cancel, no risk, with a full money-back guarantee.
Deep Sentinel does require a monthly subscription of $100 for its LiveSentinel services, which can be steep for some customers. This means you can’t purchase the home security equipment at a one-time cost and opt to do the surveillance yourself. Deep Sentinel prefers to have professional 24/7 surveillance available for your home to prevent crime before it happens and to act quickly and efficiently if a crime does take place. If you’re looking for a DIY home security system, Deep Sentinel may not be for you.
Deep Sentinel requires a One-year contract with its services. After this commitment period, you can opt for a month-to-month subscription and can cancel anytime. Although signing a contract may not be appealing to you, many home security providers require contracts for up to three years, so you may decide Deep Sentinel’s one-year contract is not a deal breaker.
While Deep Sentinel's AI-powered motion sensing cameras provide a formidable level of security bolstered by its fast response time, the company lacks additional security features that home security customers could find helpful, including door and window sensors. The cameras are also wifi-operated, meaning if the internet goes out, so does the security system.