Preparing For Vacation

If you are going to be leaving to go on vacation then there are many, many different things you can do that will help decrease your chances of being victimized while you are gone. You can learn about a few of those things by reviewing the information here: Leave your vacation plans off your social media accounts The very first thing you want to make sure you do is to avoid talking about your vacation plans online where the wrong people can read them and use this information to victimize you. Read More 

Getting The Best Fire Alarm

Home automation systems have come a very long way since they were first introduced. One of the biggest advances is the ability to actually install a fire alarm with your security system. This is a huge benefit because fires unlike burglars are not just going to go after jewelry and things of value, a fire is going to destroy an entire home or an entire room. For this reason the faster that the authorities respond to your home the better. Read More 

Setting Up A Protocol For Alarm Use When You Have Roommates

Having a home security  system is a fantastic way to keep your home safe. But it can also be a bear if you have housemates who all have different schedules. If your home has the type of alarm where any movement inside the home sets off the alarm, you have to be careful because you never know if someone is home and merely napping. The risk of turning on the in-house alarm when someone is still home is very high, and that can result in a major shock and a possible police call that are unnecessary. Read More 

Securing a Jewelry Store Against Thieves

Did a thief get away with stealing a large amount of valuable merchandise from your jewelry store? If you suffered a huge financial loss and want to prevent such a situation from happening again, it is a good idea to make your jewelry store more secure. You want to build a security presence that is strong enough to make even the most skilled thieves think twice before trying to rob your jewelry store. Read More 

Ensuring Your Storage Facility Customers Are Not Victims Of Theft

If you own a storage facility that allows for customers to rent units to hold their personal belongings, you are most likely concerned in keeping these items safely contained so your customers do not fall victim to theft. There are several steps you can take as a storage unit owner to help in protecting your customers' stored items while they are on your property. Here are some tips you can use to increase your security to help in thwarting theft within your facility. Read More