Common Ways You Can Help Make Your Neighborhood Safer
If you need to stop transgressions, there's a lot you should do about your street’s safety. Here are five easy ways for keeping your neighborhood both inviting and secure.
Look out for your neighbors: The more you meet different community members, the simpler it will be to look out for one another. Many blocks in St. Paul have even formed a coordinated neighborhood watch.
Install a monitored security system: If a thief trips an alarm system, it may dissuade them from casing around that same community for a while. Your outside cameras could also catch intruders running through your yard when fleeing from a thwarted break-in.
Keep expensive items away from the window in your vehicle: Leaving your purse, keys, or phone in plain sight can be a reason for a vehicular break-in. If you can, double check you have any personal or expensive items or leave them in a safe place like in a console compartment or trunk.
Put up motion lights: Thieves hate light. By installing sensored lighting over the garage or a back doorway, you could fend off a break-in before it starts.
Let people know when you’re out of town: Let a friend know when you leave to go on vacation, and give them a front door key or door lock code to check-in periodically. Although, leave your travel plans off Facebook if at all possible.
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