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Lights on – crime prevention advice during winter.



Lights on – crime prevention advice during winter.

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The dark evenings and lead up to Christmas mean that we all should consider our home security and take extra, but small steps, to avoid becoming a victim of crime.

Most adult members of any household work these days and at this time of year we are away from our houses for several hours where it is dark; many of us leaving for work in the dark and returning long after it has got dark.

Unlike the summer months, it is very easy for burglars or opportunist thieves to identify an unoccupied house. In addition, crime is made easier too because neighbours who are in will have their curtains drawn so they will not see something suspicious.

Criminals will also know that most houses will have Christmas gifts ready for the festive season and in a world full of demand and `must-have` items, many gifts are quite expensive and high tech`,so the rewards for criminals are increased.

 

Crime prevention can be as easy as remembering to turn a light on or fit a timer switch to a plug, so when it gets dark, the house looks occupied. This will prevent your home being identified as a target at a glance.

Unfortunately, some people will become victims of crime despite simple efforts, as above, so if your home is broken into, you can reduce the risk of loss by placing valuables in places where they are hard to find.

Only recently I attended a burglary and the expensive and sentimental jewellery was hidden under the bottom drawer of a chest od drawers. The burglar/s had opened all the drawers, but did not think to look underneath the bottom one – simple, but effective.

Of course, some people may prefer, or have a budget, to install security items such as motion alarms and CCTV. It is a personal choice and it will depend on what you can afford or the value of items inside your home, but for the majority of us, it is small and low value crime prevention measures that we will choose.

Below is some helpful information and advice, together with some useful links for more information which has been compiled by our Crime Prevention and Media Departments.

Lights on campaign:

Don't make an empty home easy for burglars to spot when it's dark.

We understand how a burglary can have profound personal effects on you as a victim, ranging from the psychological impact of privacy being invaded, the loss of sentimental or valuable property, and any damage or disruption caused during a break-in or theft.

Our dedicated crime prevention advisers and the Corporate Communications Department work together to provide simple advice for you to help reduce the risk of a home burglary.

Here's information and advice from us for greater home security:-

  • Leaving lights on makes your home look occupied
  • Invest in timers for automatic switching on and off
  • Gadgets are available that turn your main lights on and off
  • Help lower your bills with energy saving bulbs
  • Thieves target homes that look empty
  • Shut and lock all windows and doors when going out
  • Only tell people you trust when going away
  • Now you've protected your home, share our advice with family and friends

For additional advice, please visit the 'Protecting yourself and others' section of our website.

Please report any information about burglaries and suspected burglars by using the various methods published on the 'Contact Us' section of our website.

Namaste.

PC 1860 Mark Ranola.

Farnborough Police Office.

101 (mark.ranola@hampshire.pnn.police.uk)Lights on – crime prevention advice during winter.

The dark evenings and lead up to Christmas mean that we all should consider our home security and take extra, but small steps, to avoid becoming a victim of crime.

Most adult members of any household work these days and at this time of year we are away from our houses for several hours where it is dark; many of us leaving for work in the dark and returning long after it has got dark.

Unlike the summer months, it is very easy for burglars or opportunist thieves to identify an unoccupied house. In addition, crime is made easier too because neighbours who are in will have their curtains drawn so they will not see something suspicious.

Criminals will also know that most houses will have Christmas gifts ready for the festive season and in a world full of demand and `must-have` items, many gifts are quite expensive and high tech`,so the rewards for criminals are increased.

 

Crime prevention can be as easy as remembering to turn a light on or fit a timer switch to a plug, so when it gets dark, the house looks occupied. This will prevent your home being identified as a target at a glance.

Unfortunately, some people will become victims of crime despite simple efforts, as above, so if your home is broken into, you can reduce the risk of loss by placing valuables in places where they are hard to find.

Only recently I attended a burglary and the expensive and sentimental jewellery was hidden under the bottom drawer of a chest od drawers. The burglar/s had opened all the drawers, but did not think to look underneath the bottom one – simple, but effective.

Of course, some people may prefer, or have a budget, to install security items such as motion alarms and CCTV. It is a personal choice and it will depend on what you can afford or the value of items inside your home, but for the majority of us, it is small and low value crime prevention measures that we will choose.

Below is some helpful information and advice, together with some useful links for more information which has been compiled by our Crime Prevention and Media Departments.

Lights on campaign:

Don't make an empty home easy for burglars to spot when it's dark.

We understand how a burglary can have profound personal effects on you as a victim, ranging from the psychological impact of privacy being invaded, the loss of sentimental or valuable property, and any damage or disruption caused during a break-in or theft.

Our dedicated crime prevention advisers and the Corporate Communications Department work together to provide simple advice for you to help reduce the risk of a home burglary.

Here's information and advice from us for greater home security:-

  • Leaving lights on makes your home look occupied
  • Invest in timers for automatic switching on and off
  • Gadgets are available that turn your main lights on and off
  • Help lower your bills with energy saving bulbs
  • Thieves target homes that look empty
  • Shut and lock all windows and doors when going out
  • Only tell people you trust when going away
  • Now you've protected your home, share our advice with family and friends

For additional advice, please visit the 'Protecting yourself and others' section of our website.

Please report any information about burglaries and suspected burglars by using the various methods published on the 'Contact Us' section of our website.

Namaste.

PC 1860 Mark Ranola.

Farnborough Police Office.

101 (mark.ranola@hampshire.pnn.police.uk)

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