Home Burglary-Are You Going to Be The Next Victim?

Have you seen the statistics on home burglary? Many people consider them alarming, and we don’t mean that as a pun. Yes, security alarms are effective home security devices, but they are only one of many. Back to the statistics.

“The FBI tells us that a home burglary happens every 13 seconds in the United States and is the most common threat to your home.

Police also tell us that 90% of all burglaries can be prevented.

Burglars steal $2,119 worth of goods and another $2,000 worth of damage, on average, to every victimized home.

Police usually only clear 13% of all reported burglaries due to lack of witnesses or physical evidence.

Of all burglaries, 60.5 percent involved forcible entry, 33.2 percent were unlawful entries (without force), and the remainder 6.3 percent were forcible entry attempts (unsuccessful).”

Most home security devices provide simple, inexpensive and yet very effective home security. This Glass Breakage Burglar Alarm sounds a 100 db alarm siren when any window it is attached to is hit, cut or knocked out. It installs in seconds.

You should take some other steps to preclude the burglar from even thinking about breaking in. Those might include eliminating potential hiding places the burglars would use to conceal their whereabouts, installing some fake security cameras around the perimeter of your home and placing some signs in your front yard that warn of a vicious guard dog or of a home security system in place.

So the answer to the question “do you really need home security devices?” is yes absolutely, but only if you want to protect your home and the contents.

http://www.selfdefenseproductsinc.com has provided effective self-defense weapons such as pepper spray, stun guns, tasers, pepper mace, personal alarms and other self-defense items as well as surveillance cameras and systems for home or business security.

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