Security While in the Park

Park SafetyThe nice weather is finally here! A journey to a public park is always fun as well & interesting time.  It is, nonetheless, important to be ready and be ready in advance for security.

“Grown-ups” Safety

When it comes to safety while in the park, some people might simply think about parks as being places for kids to play. But they can be great for grown-ups as well. Adults utilize them for walking, jogging, sightseeing and several other things. However, nothing has the potential to wreck a good time faster than an unwanted encounter.

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Safety at Your Front Door

Home SafetyHome Safety

Crime prevention starts with you- and when it comes to your home- safety should start at your front door.

These tips will certainly aid in keeping your home and family members from being prospective victims.

1. Make sure your home is well locked.  All doors at home leading  outside need to have dead-bolt locks. Do not leave a key over a door or under a mat.
The solitary lock on a garage area door is a poor way to keep intruders from opening up the other side and crawling through. Use a padlock. However – while this may sound like common sense- never ever leave it unlocked. This is an invite to have the bolt taken out so a key could be made, and the lock returned to its position. Later, the burglar returns when no one is residence and enters at his leisure, utilizing “his” key.

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