Luton, Bedfordshire, lu49us
Silver securityís Safety blog
Sergio de Michele has been in the security industry since 1995 when silver security opened Sergio de Michele our managing director has a passion for security you can tell because of the way he talks about security systems an also the time and effort he puts in to his work and the rest of the team are the same between us we have 120 years in the security industry. Since silver security opened in 2003 the company has gone from strength to strength all of our clients we make a point to get to know so we can create an individual security system at an affordable price for our them, because here at silver security we donít go home at 5: 30 and clock off till morning you can get hold of a member of our team not a recording or a call centre it will be someone you have spoken to previously about the installation of your alarm or an engineer all day every day and this is just one off the things that set us apart from all the others.
Home and business safety
If you need home or business safety advice this is the blog to read and the company to help you, we know most statistics and facts on the best safety systems and technics for installations the team are helpful friendly and dedicated to help people protect their homes and businesses, we do free site surveys and we try to give same day quotations, are alarm fees are average and our alarms are of a very high quality.
The metropolitan police stated in their online safety booklet:
Alarms are undoubtedly the most effective deterrent against burglary.
To maximise the deterrent, place external active burglar alarm bell Boxes (with flashing lights and Sounders) at the front and back of the property. Police recommend an installer who is affiliated to an inspectorate, either the National Security Inspectorate (NSI)
Burglaries at homes in England and Wales increased by 14% in 2010-11 compared with the previous year, the British Crime Survey (BCS) suggests.
The survey of 45,000 households also indicated overall crime levels were up slightly, though researchers said this was not "statistically significant".
Simon Reed, vice-chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, said: "Today''s statistics must serve as a stark warning to government - stop, think and urgently reconsider the 20% cut to the police service."
Home Office minister James Brokenshire: "We cannot draw on long term trends from any single group of figures"
Home Office minister James Brokenshire said: "We have consistently argued that crime is too high and that is why our policing reforms are so urgently needed."
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper said: "Now is not the time for the government to take risks with community safety by cutting over 12,000 police officers - people want crime to fall further and the government is doing nothing to help."
So I say letís help to prevent police call outs because why should they help us if we havenít taken the correct precautions to try to help protect our homes and businesses as they are our responsibility and the better your business is protected the lower you insurance might be.
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