Common Tips On How To Help Make Your Community Safer
Even though transgressions will always happen, there's a lot you should do in the name of neighborhood safety. Here are 5 easy ways to keep your block safe, secure, and inviting.
Look out for your community: The more you talk to different community members, the simpler it will be to look out for one another. Many blocks in State College have even organized a coordinated neighborhood watch.
Invest in a security system: If a thief trips a motion sensor, it should stop them from creeping around that same neighborhood for a while. Your outside security cameras might also capture vandals going through your front yard when fleeing from your neighbor's house.
Keep expensive items out of sight in your vehicle: Leaving your wallet, iPad, or mobile phone in plain sight can invite a vehicular break-in. If you can, double check you have your valuables or store them out of sight under the seat or trunk.
Put up outside motion lights: Light is a burglar’s worst nightmare. By putting up sensored floodlights over a deck or a back entryway, you may fend off a burglary before it begins.
Let people know when you’re gone: Let a friend know when you’re on vacation, and leave them a front door key or door lock code in case of emergency. Although, leave your travel plans off public social media sites if at all possible.
Let Secure24 Alarm Systems Help Your House Stay Safe
When you want a monitored security system to help keep your home safe from intrusion, fire, or other disasters, contact Secure24 Alarm Systems. We'll describe your alarm and automation packages and can help you pick the perfect system for your family’s needs. Just call (814) 212-8021 or fill out the form below.