Batman movies have touched on the incontrovertible fact that with crime comes escalation. If a new defense has come out against crime, there will be a backlash from the crooks. That is why it is important as a business owner that you stay in tuned with the new improvements in protection systems. A system that has proved efficient in the prevention in crimes for the past few decades are alarm systems. Having a home or business wired to recognise trespassers can have benefits beyond loud noises scaring off a burglar.
To help prevent home burglaries, these tips are offered by police officers on how to spot and deter thieves. To deter thieves from setting foot in your home, take note of the following police tips to better protect your casa. Here's what your neighborhood burglar won't tell you: 1. Of course I look familiar—I was here just last week cleaning your carpets! 2. Hey, thanks for letting me use the bathroom when I was working in your yard. While I was in there, I unlatched the back window to make my return a little easier. 3. Those yard toys your kids leave out always [...]
The following is a copy of a letter dated September 20th, 2011 from LAPD Detective D. Keating, to Paul Eisenstadt, owner of Protection Alarms. Los Angeles Police Department From the desk of; Detective D. Keating Devonshire Detective Division (818) 832-1768 office (8180 832-0508 fax email@example.com September 20, 2011 TO: Paul Eisenstadt, Protection Alarms RE: Home Invasion Robbery To whom it may concern; On August 29, 2011 a Home Invasion Robbery occurred in Northridge CA. The investigation led detectives to a near-by residence THAT WAS NOT INVOLVED IN THE INCIDENT and had a closed circuit camera facing the street. The camera angle covered the egress of any potential suspect activity. The homeowner provided detectives with [...]