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Happy New Year 2014

Posted on 6 Jan 2014 In: News


Landscaping Home Security Ideas

Posted on 2 Dec 2013 In: Security Thoughts

landscaping security ideas for the homes

For sure, a big barking dog, sophisticated security gadgets and up-to-date locks will definitely contribute to your home’s safety. However, a rather straightforward method of providing security to your property is easily overlooked by many. In fact, the area that surrounds your house is also very much part of your property and plays a big role in its overall security. Burglars-be they opportunistic or professional-always look for the ease of accessing your property by checking out or more precisely ‘scoping’ the neighbourhood for the most vulnerable target. In fact, they have their own cunning techniques such as the recently back-in-vogue “Da Pinchi Code”, whereby burglars-probably inspired by the Ali Baba’s forty thieves-mark the targeted property with a chalk symbols that could easily be mistaken for housewives drawing washing instructions on walls, or kids learning geometry on the streets…

What could make burglars draw the “Nothing Worth Stealing” circle with a cross symbol over your walls?

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Top 5 Burglar’s Favourite Items

Posted on 24 Nov 2013 In: Security Thoughts

a reminder of the top 5 more likely burgled items


Burglars have a tough job: they have to hurry through your property and take away as many stuff as possible within a limited time period, trying to be faster than the Temple Run game’s characters! Hence, they have to grab as many portable and valuable items as quick as possible – their favourites.

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Marking your Property

Posted on 17 Nov 2013 In: Security Thoughts

a strong sign to draw the attention of the British community about property marking

Territorials are referred to animals of a specific species which are known to defend their territory against conspecifics. Not unlike territorials, human beings are also known to protect their property. However, the method of doing so differs significantly, of course. While territorials use Scent Marking, Visual or Auditory, people generally tend to use sophisticated gadgets and tricks to dispel outsiders. Besides the obvious usual protective barriers around your property, an efficient way to keep unwanted strangers away, or dealing with any such breach, is by Property Marking.

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Flats and Apartments Security

Posted on 4 Nov 2013 In: Security Thoughts


Ironically, a burglar might be the best one to point out the weaknesses in your home security. You may feel assured that burglars are less likely to visit your flat or apartment as compared to a detached house. However, it does not eliminate the possibility of you getting burgled. In fact, burglars may be tempted to target blocks of flats due to its ease of access via the communal entrance. Therefore, it is equally important for you to take care of those weaknesses and take the appropriate measures to prevent burglars from infringing your flat or apartment security and damaging your property.

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Jewellery – Burglar’s Favourites

Posted on 20 Oct 2013 In: Security Thoughts

advice in order to secure your jewellery belongings


Although magpies are renowned for their uncanny ways of being attracted to shiny objects, burglars actually tend to have the same “magpie syndrome” when it comes to jewelleries. With a constant increase in demand and price, jewelleries are no doubt burglars’ favourites. In order to protect your valuables from those snatchers- both burglars, and magpies!-   make sure that you keep your ‘bling bling’ safe.

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Our Burglary Summary

Posted on 10 Oct 2013 In: Security Thoughts

burglar summary by rsg security


This article gives an overview of all that you need to know about burglaries and their perpetrators in the event of having to face them someday- for the danger exists no matter how much the figures may be shrinking in size. The attacks may be faced by less people, but it does not mean that the latter face any less trauma or damage.

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Retail Business Security Tips

Posted on 1 Oct 2013 In: Security Thoughts

commercial roller shutter on a shop front in a retail shopping resort in the city of London


Potential issues can occasionally arise that threaten the running of your retail business. However, one of most threatening issue could be the risk of being burgled. Rather than face the risk of being a victim of these criminals, it is of utmost priority to analyse your vulnerability and the ways that can lessen these risks.

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silhouette of an islamic centre

Unfortunately Islam is the most misunderstood religion and the aftermath of the Lee Rigby attack in London in May was an anti-Muslim backlash across the UK. Exactly 20 days after the occurrence, it was corroborated by a senior Metropolitan Police Officer that Islamophobic incidents had increased by eight-fold following the British soldier’s death. The victims of anti-Muslim attacks were subjected to verbal abuse or physical attacks such as women’s headscarves being pulled off. Moreover, the Muslims’ houses of worship became the main target; only one day after the incident that launched this backlash, two mosques were attacked by armed men, destroying property, especially aiming for The Quran. Other than graffiti that were scrawled all over the mosque’s walls, bombs or fires were also initiated and Islamic schools were equally targeted. Hope not Hate and Tell Mama reported 193 and 212 Islamophobic incidents respectively. Some security and safety recommendations have therefore been put forward to aid victims or to avoid such attacks.

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Interesting UK Burglary Statistics

Posted on 16 Sep 2013 In: News

uk burglary statistics icon


There are two main measures of crime in the UK.  The crime recorded by the police and the crime estimated by the annual Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), which was previously called the British Crime Survey. National Statistics on crime previously published by the Home Office are published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), so information is always available to British citizens. At the same time, the UK Burglary Statistics Infographic was created to inform people about the rate of burglaries in different UK areas, and the strategies used by housebreakers.

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