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                   PROTECT YOUR HOME
                   while Away on Vacation


         DON'T BE A CRIME VICTIM

It's no secret that crime is increasing every year and invading our communities. Burglary is a crime of opportunity where entry is gained due to the carelessness of homeowners.

There are many things an average person can do to improve their home security and make it less of a target.

You can start by making sure your home is protected while you are away.
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The key is to Protecting Your Home while you are away is to make it look like you never left:

   Keep shades and blinds in their normal positions.

   Stop mail and newspapers, or ask a neighbor to pick them
      up each day.

     Put several household lights on timers so they turn on and
       off at appropriate times.

   Arrange to have your lawn mowed or snow shoveled from
      your side walks and driveway while you are gone.

     Lock all your doors and windows.

     Put your residence on the local Police Departmentís
       vacation checklist.

     You might even put a radio or TV on a timer, and ask a
        neighbor to park in your driveway overnight.

While you are out enjoying your vacation, there are some basic safety tips you should follow:

     Donít display expensive jewelry, cameras, bags, and other
       items that might draw attention.

     Check maps before you go out so you can tour
       confidently.
 
     Stick to well-lighted, well-traveled streets at all times.

     Always lock your vehicle and keep valuable items out of
       sight by locking them in the trunk.

     Donít advertise that you are a tourist by leaving maps and
       guidebooks on the seat or dashboard. Keep them in the
       glove box or trunk.

     Traveling safely with your family means sticking together
       and keeping an eye on your children and each other at all
       times.

     Equip each family member with their own cell phone and
       arrange a "call each other" schedule when breaking into
       separate groups.

     Make sure your children know where you are staying, and
       teach them what to do if you get separated.



RESOURCES:
Download this free eBook for more suggestions on securing your property, home, furnishings, and valuables while you and your family enjoy your vacation.

Making your home appear occupied while you are away can go a long way toward discouraging a casual burglar.
 

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