• SWAT Portable Car Lock And Alarm-Product Review

    In today’s blog posting were doing a product review of the SWAT portable car lock and alarm. In the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, motor vehicle theft is defined as the theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle. There were an estimated 721,053 thefts of motor vehicles nationwide in 2012. The estimated rate of motor vehicle thefts was 229.7 per 100,000 inhabitants. More than $4.3 billion was lost nationwide to motor vehicle thefts in 2012. The average dollar loss per stolen vehicle was $6,019. The SWAT Portable Car Alarm/Lock uses...

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  • Mace Wireless Home Security System-Product Review

    click for more details In today's blog post we're doing a product review of the Mace brand Home Security System The wireless window door sensor has a transmission range of up to 300 feet. When the motion detector or the door window sensor is triggered it sounds a 105 db alarm and sends a signal to the control unit which dials the first telephone number that you have in your programmed list. As many as five numbers can be on your list. The person answering the call will hear a...

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  • "Knock-Knock" Burglars Wanted By Cops

    The Colorado Springs Police Department is seeking the public's help in apprehending two 20-year-old Hispanic males who are considered armed and dangerous because they stole weapons in a series of daytime residential burglaries-so-called "knock-knock" burglaries. It was unclear how the suspects were identified, but probably by security surveillance footage. Read the whole story HERE What Are Knock-Knock Burglaries? They are the latest craze for burglars to get into a house and steal merchandise. Here's how they work. Usually one, but sometimes two people ring the doorbell or knock at the...

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  • 'Knock-knock' Burglaries Rising

    "Knock-knock" burglaries, where criminals target homes they think are empty, are on the rise. Security cameras have helped investigators catch some of these intruders. In one case in which a team of burglars were caught on camera, a woman holding a baby is seen knocking on the front door. No one answers. Her partners then break into the home through the back. In another case, two men were seen on camera kicking their way into a home. They then suddenly realize a camera just captured their crime. One of the...

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  • Burglar Takes Thousands Of Worth Of Loot From Providence Township Home

    more info here A Lancaster man stole thousands of dollars of items from a Providence Township home and left a note apologizing for the burglary, police said. William Harrison Rehm III, no age given, on Monday got into a home in the 100 block of Smithville Road through an unlocked basement window, state police Trooper Bertrum A. Jones said in a press release. Read the whole story HERE. He took several thousands of dollars of jewelry from a bedroom, some PlayStation 2 video games from the living room, and several...

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  • Police Issue Burglary Alert

    Here's a story about police issuing and alert for a rash of burglaries. You can catch the whole story HERE Woodridge Police officials are warning residents in the Seven Bridges area to be on alert after three separate incidents of residential burglary occurred to single family homes there in June. According to police reports, jewelry and cash were taken in all the incidents which apparently took place between 6 and 10 PM when the residents were not home. Police believe the offenders used an unknown type of pry tool to...

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  • Home Security Tips

    With so many people owning homes and those homes representing the biggest investment that they have, it makes sense to know as much about home security as you can possibly get. So here are some home security tips that will help improve your home's security. The very first thing I would recommend is that you join a neighborhood watch program. It is the single most effective tool against home burglary and it doesn't cost a thing. It is absolutely free When it comes to doors make sure you use a...

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  • Home Burglary High In Orlando

    If crime statistics are any indication, Central Florida residents are far more likely to be victims of residential burglary than any kind of violent crime. In 2012, Orlando police investigated more than 3,000 home burglaries — compared with 24 murders. And though the numbers are down so far this year, Orlando police still respond to roughly seven burglary calls a day. You can read the whole story HERE. "Anything that will slow a burglar's entry into your home or draw attention while they are trying is a deterrent, Kirkpatrick said....

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