Locksnapping could account for as many as 25% of all break-ins. But what is Locksnapping and How Do You Stop It? Having the right locks on your doors is a crucial part of safeguarding against this kind of criminal activity.
How do you compare doorbell cameras vs security cameras? And what’s the best option for your home? We’ve compared the two for you.
After such a long period in lockdown and various restrictions, basic safety and home security might have gone out of the minds of our children. Follow our tips on how to talk about security to your children without scaring them.
While locks are always top of the list of essential security measures for a home or business, there’s a strong case for security lights to be a strong second. Let’s take a look at the benefits so you can decide if your security lighting is ready for an upgrade.
As restrictions are lifting, we will see more of a normal pre-pandemic routine returning. But there’s a risk we’ve become a little lax about home security. So how can we make it back into a habit without scaring the family with the threat of burglars and thieves?
For many office-based businesses, it’s been a while since you were full to capacity. Now, as we move towards the end of restrictions (fingers crossed), office businesses will be able to open up to more staff again. But before you do, here are 5 items to check to make sure your security is up to the job.
It’s essential to make sure your garden buildings or outbuildings are well-protected. This includes sheds, summer houses, garden offices and garages that aren’t connected to the house. Let’s take a look at some of the best tips to making sure your garden buildings are secure.
The signs suggest we’re getting back to something approaching normality which means many people are returning to work and leaving their homes during the day or even at night time if they work the night shift. It also means people are more anxious about the potential for break-ins or vandalism. Find out how Neighbourhood Watch can help you feel safer in post-lockdown times.
When we park our cars at work or the shops, we’re always a little cautious and look around. Are there cameras? Is it easy to spot if someone tried to break in? But when we’re at home, it’s easy to forget the risk is just as real. So what can you do to reduce the risk of car theft at home?
As more people start to work away from the home again, the risks return. Not only that but as people start to visit others more often, elderly relatives and friends are also more vulnerable to burglary. Is your home and family secure for post-lockdown times?