|My time spent as a dealer for a major nationwide
security systems provider opened my eyes to this fact:
Real Home Security begins with a state of
Most folks go overboard with gadjets, gizmos,
and whatsits. Most are to impress their friends, and have little to so
with the real task of providing peace of mind.
There are, however, several things a person can
do to enhance security on their homefront.
Among them are:
There is perhaps no greater deterrent to crime than
lighting. Would be intruders just will not attempt to break in to
a home that is well lighted. Although this seems like common sense, it
is most often overlooked.
Well placed automatic lighting is both effective
The actual hardware for a security system is not
expensive and can even be found free of charge. A good example of
this can be found here where you can get a
A good basic Monitored security system
If the system is not monitored, however, it is
almost useless. No, the monitoring is not free. Most good monitored
systems will cost about a dollar a day. That's very little money to spend
for what it does!
Actually, most of us waste more money than that
each day, anyway.
Last, but not least is the environment in which we
live. In the past we could keep to ourselves and not have to worry
about what our neighbors were doing. Those days are over. After September
11, we know that terrorism can, and will again be used on American soil.
if you are interested in Counter Terrorism Training. The sheer amount
of drug dealers, addicts, terrorists, etc., that are in our otherwise "safe"
neighborhoods is staggering. Make no mistake about it, these thugs
will rob or kill you for as little as 50 cents!
Awareness of the surroundings
We simply have to know who and where the enemy
is. How do we find out? A simple very inexpensive tool like
Detective can provide all the tools to find out fast. Plus, it
is even fun to use!
There is, of course, a whole lot more, but, If
you follow these simple guidelines, you will be on your way to real peace
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