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Crime is omnipresent in the UK-neither home owners nor business owners are exempted from being victims of opportunistic and cunning criminals, especially burglars. In fact, an estimated 20% of all recorded crime in the UK represents offences against businesses. Investing in security measures means improving the safety of your property, and minimising risks of being victimised.

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Safety Advice For Students

Posted on 26 Aug 2013 In: Security Thoughts

burglar peepimg imside student room

1 in 10 students become victims of crime in Manchester, or 1 in 3 students in London. In fact, there is not enough awareness about safety and security in the UK as compared to the US, for instance. Yet it is high time that students are concerned with this matter to avoid being one of those unfortunate victims. It has also been found that most students have a fear of burglary above all crimes. Their fear is justified as burglars do indeed target students mostly because of the chance of a higher return for the encountered risks. In other words, they are most likely to break into a student’s residence and escape with a huge prize in the form of a costly gadget such as a laptop or a mobile phone. After all, students own more expensive consumer goods than the rest of the population. This is enough to tempt burglars. Moreover, some areas tend to have a high concentration of students residences, including Leicester, such that it becomes an easy hotspot for burglars. The following guidelines could be useful to deter such criminals, and to avoid the emotional experience in addition to the financial consequence of a burglary:

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Burglary – UK’s Worst Hotspots

Posted on 19 Aug 2013 In: News

UK map showing UK's worst burglary hotspots


While burglary is a misfortune that does not spare almost any region across the United Kingdom, it is somehow rife in specific regions only. Burglars tend to prefer some areas over others, which may be good news if you are not residing there. Earlier this year, the website’s survey revealed the top areas where you are most likely to be a victim was London (8 out of the top 20 postcodes), Leads and Bradford (for more detail, see our post: The Top Burglary Hotspots in UK)

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Secure Your Home Before Holidaying

Posted on 12 Aug 2013 In: Security Thoughts



Since everyone deserves a vacation, it is equally necessary to have a safe vacation! While you are way recharging your batteries, criminals are actually and unfortunately most active then. In fact, a majority of burglars target houses while they are unoccupied, as they obviously want to avoid taking chances of being caught. They can be in and out of your property, fully loaded and without any hindrance. But, you would not want to come back from your holiday seeing your house visited and ransacked by a ghastlier version of ‘Goldilocks’. Here are some highly recommended security measures against intruders:

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cheap to implement home security ideas

Costly camera surveillances and complicated alarm systems among many other expensive devices are what most people would translate as the best security option. Alas, all that glitters is not gold. In other words, appearances are deceptive, so fancy things may actually not be that much worth the expense. Of course, it is common belief that cheap stuff do not last long and thus, people are rather faced with no choice but to go after the glittery stuff. Think Again! In fact, some practical, cheap solutions can be far more valuable that those high-tech gadgets. It might simply not come to your mind immediately and are the least obvious ideas, but there are such inexpensive methods that can efficiently deter burglars:

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If you think that only bats and owl are prowling for a prey while you and your family are catching some Z’s at night, then you really need to wake up! There are also marauders who creep around to find their perfect victim-the one who is careless enough to neglect home security. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that you guarantee the safety of your family by following the below procedures before bedtime.

a burglar peeping through a window with no security

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Natural Security Products

Posted on 21 Jul 2013 In: Security Thoughts

thorny bushes are the best natural security products


Homeowners are constantly advised on the particular ways to prevent criminals from targeting their properties. Of course, there is an innumerable list of gadgets, especially considering the constant progress in the field of technology. There are always new and innovative means being devised to tackle crimes and hold burglars at bay. However, the most obvious preventive technique might have been looking at you in the face while you never used it to your advantage, and to the burglars’ disadvantage. Hence, many people tend to overlook a very efficient yet easy way to protect their property-Natural Surveillance. The key to that is to practice defensive landscaping, which is a part of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design).

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Donating Safely in Ramadan

Posted on 15 Jul 2013 In: Security Thoughts

a reminder of donating safely in Ramadan to muslims in UK and around the world

Indeed, “The best charity is that given in Ramadan”, as the Prophet (peace be upon him) said. It is the month where most Muslims strive even more to perform good actions, in addition to the daily prayers and fasting. Zakat, that is, obligatory charity, should be given in a certain way that our left hand doesn’t know what our right hand has spent. Since it is said that charity should be done almost secretly, there are unfortunately higher risks of the charity ending up as something else. In fact, many would not dare refuse to contribute to a charity fundraiser, including door-to-door fundraising. Therefore, only 2 in 5 donors make checks before donating, which leads to vital funds being misdirected to fake collections rather than to deserving charities, as mentioned by the Chief Executive of the Charity Commission. Hence, any donor should be equally well aware of the security involved in this generous act.

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Brits vs Burglars

Posted on 10 Jul 2013 In: News

Brits Beat Burglars

– Nearly half of Brits keep household items that could be used as weapons –

  • Nearly half of UK householders (49%) keep a domestic item which could be used as a weapon
  • Two-thirds of these (66%) are not afraid to use such a weapon in self-defence against an intruder in the event of a break-in
  • Most popular item for self-defence is a baseball bat (16%)
  • Four in ten burglary victims (39%) were in the house when the break-in occurred

British burglary weapons to defend their homes

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Advice & Tips After A Burglary

Posted on 28 Jun 2013 In: Security Thoughts

messy room after a burglary

If you seem to think that lower crime figures equal zero risk…Think again! Certainly, optimistic tidings about the falling burglary trend in the UK may persuade you to let your guard down. Unfortunately, that improving rate does not really mean that burglars have altogether disappeared from the area. As a result, some citizens are still falling prey to obstinate and opportunistic burglars who regrettably do not form part of the 9% decline.

As a burglary victim, it is inevitable to be both financially and emotionally affected. Dealing with the after effects of a break-in requires poise and patience. The following tips may be helpful in these situations.

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