There is a number of simple actions you can take to prevent burglaries. Don’t put your home and family at risk, act before it’s too late
The impact of burglary on home owners is significant and not only includes the financial costs of replacements and repairs but also substantial psychological costs.
The capital is ranked Scotland’s number one for housebreaking for a third consecutive year in the latest study of home insurance claims.
The latest figures from the Crime Survey for England and Wales show that in 2015 there were just under 200,000 domestic burglaries. Wonder what was stolen the most often?
There are all sorts of new tricks that professional burglars can use to get into your home which mean that older burglar alarms can become less effective.
Landlords have a legal responsibility to ensure that their properties are safe and secure. Yet that rarely translates into a burglar alarm system.
Burglars are clever, and they’re always on the lookout for places to target. So here’s a list of the mistakes to avoid if you want to keep your home safe.
Elderly people often feel vulnerable and at risk of being targeted by criminals. They are targeted for certain types of crimes, often at their homes.
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Anyone who has been burgled will know that the impact of the crime runs far beyond the loss of belongings. The financial impact of burglary can be significant for many people, but the emotional stress that comes from being burgled often lasts much much longer.
Everyone knows that dogs traditionally guard homes, but are dogs the best pets for home security? It may surprise you to know that other animals are also effective at warding off potential intruders.