Don't Advertise When No One Is Home

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Always Carry Out Final Checks Before Going On Holiday
Below are some useful links, that deal with the prevention of crime,

watching out for one another with the aid of community alert schemes

and neighbourhood watch advice.


Their is also some tips on how to prevent burglars attempting to

break-in to your premises.




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1/ Lock up your home, even if you go out only for a short time. Many burglars just walk in through an unlocked door or window.

2/ Your house should appear occupied at all times. Use timers to switch lights and radios on and off when you're not at home.

3/ If you have a faulty alarm that frequently goes off, get it fixed immediately and tell your neighbors that it's been repaired.
Many people gnore an alarm that goes off periodically.

4/ If you lose your keys, change the locks immediately.


5/ Change all the locks and tumblers when you move into a new house.

6/ Talk to your neighbors about any suspicious people or strange cars you notice lurking about.

7/ Trees located near windows or shrubbery that might shield a burglar from view can be major flaws in your home-protection plan.
Consider your landscaping plan in light of your protection needs.

8/ If someone comes to your door asking to use the phone to call a mechanic or the police, keep the door locked and make the call yourself.

9 / Ask for credentials from any sales-person who requests entry to your home. Ask that their ID be pushed under the door.
Many professional burglars use this cover to check out homes. If you're doubtful, check with the person's office before letting him or her in.

10/ Don't leave notes for service people or family members on the door. These act as a welcome mat for a burglar.


Security Tips To Secure Your Premises
10 Home Security Tips
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