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Windows should be fitted with locks. For ease of use, you can arrange for all locks fitted to be opened with a single key. If you go to , there is a home security audit checklist on the site to help you identify potential weak areas in your security and offer solutions. You have the opportunity to reduce the risk of break in or theft near your home. When burglary or theft reports are reviewed, it is striking how many similarities there are in the reports. Often, doors and windows were left unlocked, alarm systems were not activated, a few homes were not properly illuminated, and many doors had dead bolt locks – but, they were not used. While you are performing your spring cleaning be sure to take a look at your home like a burglar might do, and try to make your home more resistant to an intruder. Below is a security check list which may assist you as you take on this important task. If you plan on heading out of town and will be away from your home for even a few days, be sure to let a trusted neighbor or friend know so they can tend to your home. Their duties may include picking up newspapers, mail or even turning on different lights inside of your home. Consider the opportunity of establishing a neighborhood watch through the Blue Springs Police Department Crime Prevention Unit.

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Couple updates on this review. With Xfinity Home the contract is now tied to any Xfinity line of service. This means if you decide to cancel and your under contract you can do so at no cost as long as you keep home phone, internet or cable tv. As far as pricing goes its $39. 95 for a 300 and $49. 95 for 350.

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According to the FBI, there were approximately 8,975,438 property crimes in 2012. Of all the property crimes, 23. 4% were burglaries. An estimated loss of worth $15. 5 billion resulted from property crimes. Research conducted by the Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice showed that alarm systems help deter burglars.

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