Safe and Secure Windows

Many homeowners devote significant time and expenses to ensuring that the doors to their houses are as secure as possible, but overlook the most vulnerable entrance point into their homes: the windows. In truth, more burglars enter homes through windows than through doors, which they assume will be dead bolted or at least locked. So how can you make sure that the windows to your home are secure?

Neighborhood Safety Programs

Attention to neighborhood safety not only reduces crime but also brings citizens together. In neighborhoods around the country, volunteers are teaming up with their local law enforcement agencies to help make their communities safer. The more people that are informed and alert about crime prevention, the less opportunity there is for burglary, vandalism, kidnapping or other neighborhood crimes to occur. If members of your community are interested in staring a neighborhood safety program in your area, there are many strategies you can employ to make your program more successful.