Surveillance Video Camera System Can Prevent Break-ins


According to law enforcement departments, a burglary occurs somewhere in the U.S. about every 15.4 seconds, and more often than not those break-ins are occurring at homes that do not have a surveillance video camera system installed. By definition, burglary is deemed to be a non-confrontational property crime that occurs when the owner is not at home. Yet, becoming a burglary victim can leave a family feeling vulnerable and violated. Installing a surveillance video camera system will make a potential burglar bypass your home and give you peace of mind.


Install a Surveillance Video Camera System

Although home break-ins may seem random in occurrence, they actually involve the burglar making a selection process: he chooses an unoccupied home with the easiest access, the greatest amount of cover, and with the best escape routes. A visible surveillance camera mounted and aimed at the back or front door will especially discourage intruders. And there’s more: a surveillance video camera system is easy-to-install, very affordable, and often results in discounts on homeowners insurance.

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