N-Sight Security Solutions
100 Aviation Dr Suite 110, Mt Vernon
point of interest establishment
Illinois Department of Employment Security
333 Potomac Blvd, Mt Vernon
local government office point of interest establishment
Electronic Architechs
16147 North IL-37, Mt Vernon
point of interest establishment
Lowe's Home Improvement
111 Davidson Ave, Mt Vernon
hardware store furniture store home goods store
Electronic Architects
16147 IL-37, Mt Vernon
electronics store home goods store store
Security Alarm Corporation
1511 E Main St, Salem
point of interest establishment
Brink's Inc
1201 Blakely St, Benton
point of interest establishment
ADT
100 N Main St #33, Zeigler
point of interest establishment

More About Home Security Services from Wikipedia

Common security methods include never hiding extra keys outside, never turning off all the lights, applying small CCTV stickers on doors, and keeping good tabs with neighbours.


Security Hardware


Control Panels

One main component to home security is finding an area for easy programming and interaction for users. A control panel is implemented to arm and disarm a home security system. The control panel is the main connection to the alarm company monitoring a home. It typically features a touchpad or buttons to easily maneuver the system, and some newer systems also feature voice control or wireless remotes (key fobs).


Break-in


When do home break-ins occur?

It is reported that 1,495,790 break-ins occur during the day and 1,324,090 occur at night. Break-ins are 6% more likely to occur between 6am and 6pm while most are out of the house.


How do burglars break-in?

With only 17% of homes being equipped with home security systems, many burglars are attracted to homes lacking a system. 95% of break-ins require some type of forceful entry (breaking a window, lock picking, kicking in doors). Some common tools used for break-ins are pliers, Screwdriver, and Hammer.User:Mdaze/sandbox#cite%20note-3] This makes it hard to see break-ins coming since they are common household tools.


Who is breaking in?

A study at University of North Carolina at Charlotte concluded that burglars are commonly males under the age of 25. 12% of burglars admitted to planning their break-in in advance while 41% said it was an impulsive decision. Also, many burglars admitted they consider factors like proximity to traffic. 83% of burglars said they look for evidence of an alarm system, and 60% said they do not break-in if they see one is installed.


See also



  • Burglary

  • Physical security

  • Property crime

  • Self-Defense


References


Learn more about Home Security Services:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home Security