Ahhh….summer vacation. Time to unplug, relax, unwind and have some fun with friends or loved ones. The summer months see the highest number of burglaries, often due to people being away. So, while you’re scrambling to find sunscreen and other vacation necessities, don’t forget about securing your home while you’re away. So here are ways to...
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Statistics show homes with a security system are up to three times less likely to be burglarized, attesting to the power of professional security. But not all systems are made equal, and there are a few things to consider when choosing one. 1. Is it Monitored? A monitored security system will give you peace of...
Looking to purchase a security system for your home or place of business? There’s no denying the fact that security systems are an excellent burglary deterrent. Studies have shown that homes with security systems are up to three times less likely to be burglarized than homes without them. But not all security systems are made...
Employee theft is a major problem that’s often overlooked by retailers and small business owners. According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), up to 30% of all business failures are the result of employee theft. As a business owner, it’s your responsibility to implement the necessary safeguards to protect your business from this type of...
Crime Doesn’t Happen in My Neighborhood Think your home is safe from burglary because you live in a nice neighborhood? Unfortunately, many homeowners have the perception of security due to their geographic location. In reality, though, burglars can strike anywhere, anytime. Some burglars will even target “nice neighborhoods,” assuming the homes contain more valuables. If...
Schools should provide a safe, distraction-free environment in which students can learn and excel in their academic studies. Unfortunately, though, it’s not uncommon for schools to become the target of vandalism. According to the U.S. National Center for Education Statistics, 38% of schools reported having one or more incidents of vandalism either on the school...
From the majestic sunsets to the untapped landscape, there’s nothing that compares to living on a ranch. Because ranches are often located in rural areas outside of the city, however, they may become a target for burglars and vandals. However, ranch security doesn’t have to be out of reach. A Proactive Approach to Securing Your...