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Security and Safety Tips for People Who Live Alone

Do you live alone? According to the most recent Census Bureau survey, approximately 12% of all men and 15% of all women in the United States live alone. Some people may be very settled in, living alone for years. While others may be living alone for the first time, due to death, divorce or the...

Is Ride-Sharing Safe?

Ride-sharing changes the way people get from place to place, especially for busy venues or nights out on the town. But is ride-sharing safe?  Passengers recently shot a driver in Mission Bend in Houston. They then carjacked his car. Drivers have also reported being assaulted, spit on and verbally abused. Passengers have reported incidents of...

Ding Dong! Is the Video Doorbell for You?

With the many recent stories package theft, potential home invasions and break-ins at homes still under construction after Hurricane Harvey, the ability to capture what’s going on at your front door is more important than ever. A cost effective and easy to use way to grab that activity is the video doorbell. Why a Video...

A Different Kind of Auto Theft

Joe was completely caught off guard on a Tuesday morning to discover the wheels on his SUV had been stolen. The vehicle was up on blocks in the driveway. Unfortunately, theft of wheels is becoming more common. Groups of criminals band together to get it done quickly under the cover of night. Replacing the wheels...

Emergency Response for Seniors On-the-Go

According to the Pew Research Center, 10,000 men and women reach retirement age each day in the United States. This will continue until 2030 when all baby boomers will have reached the age of 65. While they may be eligible for retirement benefits, a large number of these seniors are still active and healthy. They...

7 Tips for Home Garage Security

Remember the Garage! You have done your due diligence, comparison shopped for a security system and as a result, are ready to move forward to protect your home and family. You are confident that you have everything planned that you will need. But what about the often forgotten extension of your home – the garage?...

How much Coverage do I Really Need?

According to the FBI UCS Annual Crime Reports (as published on disastercenter.com), property crimes and burglaries in Texas have been declining since 2010. Of concern on the same report is that violent crimes have actually increased each year over year since 2011. While protecting your home and belongings is a concern, more important is protecting your...

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What you Need to Know about Panic Alarms

A security system is one of those things that you hope you never have to use but are so thankful for if you do. One lesser known feature of your alarm is the panic button. Under normal circumstances, if you have a monitored system, when your alarm is set, a breach will: set off the...

Winter Fire Risks: The Facts

As temperatures drop across the country, it is important to be aware of winter fire risks and how to stay safe. Post-Holiday Hazards The holidays are over but that Christmas tree is still standing in the window, waiting to be taken down. As other priorities arise, this may get shifted to the back burner. However,...

Distressed Stranger or Con Artist? How to Tell ….

The Plea for Help Whether it is at the gas station, outside a restaurant or store or just in the street, most people have been approached by a distressed stranger with a hard luck story asking for help. Sometimes the young woman has locked her keys in the car with her purse inside. Once the...

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