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Your timely assistance in undertaking the Fire Walks allowed our residents to feel save and secure, particularly during overnight hours when our volunteer residents were not reasonable able to devote the time to Fire Walks.
We also commend your staff that were on site as they were very professional and approachable. These comments arose from the residents that interacted JASE staff during the Fire Walks.
Thank you very much for your assistance.
For the past 18 months, Jase Security has proven themselves to be a trustworthy and professional business partner. From parking control to loss prevention, they have continuously and dependably met the evolving needs of my store, allowing me to focus on running my business with full confidence in Jase Security to maintain a safe and secure shopping experience for my customers.
Shawn Eltom, Owner/Operator
10 Simple Ways to Secure Your New Home
Police suggest many opportunistic thieves take advantage of unlocked homes. Even if you are going out for a short time, lock-up your house and windows. Locksmiths can provide advice on appropriate door and window locks, and key all the windows to a single key.
Deter thieves from targeting your house by ensuring a clear line of sight from the street. Cut back trees and bushes that obscure your front door, look into installing movement sensor lights and report broken street lights straight away. Police also suggest making sure your house number is visible for the fastest response if you need to call for help.
A solid core door with a deadlock, for example, is harder to force, grilles and shutters prevent burglars from breaking in through windows, and a peep hole or lockable security screen can help keep burglars out.
Garages and garden sheds are often targets for thieves who can then use your tools or ladders to gain access to the main house . An automatic light, for instance, fitted to the shed or garage can be a useful deterrent, along with keyed locks.
Ask friends to collect your mail and to stop junk mail from building up in your letterbox while you’re away from home. A neighbor parking in your driveway can also help signal the house is not unoccupied. Other measures could include internal lights or a radio set on timers and organizing for someone to mow your lawn.
Most people know not to hide keys somewhere about the house but are you also aware that lending your keys to tradespeople and acquaintances can pose a risk? Keys are easily copied and can provide burglars with fast, no-fuss access to your belongings.
Cash and jewelry are most often stolen in a break-in. Installing a small safe in your home is a relatively low cost way to protect those items. The safe can be in the basement, laundry room, crawl space and other not easy to get to.
Break up packaging for expensive new gear before tucking it into the bin or recycling. Also, take a look at your house from the outside. With most thieves looking for cash, even a wallet or iPod left on your hall table can make your home a target. Speaking of valuables, police advise making an inventory of your belongings to have at hand in case of a break-in. Mark your property using an engraver or ultra-violet markers and take photos of precious, one-of-a-kind possessions.
Add another layer of defence to your home with an alarm system or security camera system. A barking dog can provide effective security for your home. Even installing a “Beware of the dog” sign can make thieves pause before targeting your home.
Being tight with your neighbor can help keep your home safe. Neighbors can report suspicious activity at your home and help when you’re away, you can return the favor.