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You Need to Prepare for This: Home Invasion and Burglary Prevention

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This is part one of a two part series on preventing burglary and home invasion.

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7 thoughts on “You Need to Prepare for This: Home Invasion and Burglary Prevention

  1. In Kanada, the life and welfare of the criminal element has a higher value than that of the victim.
    The federal police (RCMP) is on record of demanding the monopoly of force in the country.
    Also, the victims have the duty to retreat. If one affronts an intruder and injures him/her, the police and prosecutor will lay charges AGAINST YOU for assault, causing bodily harm to an individual, assault with a weapon if you dare using a broom.
    AND supporting the intruder of filing a law suite against you!
    That’s the naked truth!

  2. I don’t even have a T.V. but I do keep a decoy safe in my living room. it’s filled with junk to give it weight and sound.

    Ideally, they will take it and run.

  3. In addition to securing items in unexpected places (e.g. child’s bedroom), what are the group’s thoughts about keeping a set amount  in the obvious areas (decoy) so the burglars get in, get what they think are the goods and get gone instead of not finding anything and staying longer to either trash the place and/or attempt to force the issue with anyone that may be home?

  4. Yay!! Family Mart in Japan is the bomb! Some of the best conveniences stores in the world bar none, buts the gas stations in the US to absolute shame.

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