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Do you have questions or concerns about the security of your home?Please don’t hesitate to contact the Blue Springs Police Department Crime Prevention unit at or by phone at 816 228 0178, and ask for Sgt. Allen Kintz or Officer Janet Jarvis. You have the opportunity to reduce the risk of break in or theft near your home. When burglary or theft reports are reviewed, it is striking how many similarities there are in the reports. Often, doors and windows were left unlocked, alarm systems were not activated, a few homes were not properly illuminated, and many doors had dead bolt locks – but, they were not used. While you are performing your spring cleaning be sure to take a look at your home like a burglar might do, and try to make your home more resistant to an intruder. Below is a security check list which may assist you as you take on this important task. It is OK to take an “Us against Them” attitude when it comes to home security and your personal safety because home security really does matter. Examine your front and back door locks and make sure they are properly working. The doors are a burglar’s most common means of entry. Know that a steel or solid core door, not a hollow core door, is more resistant to forced entry.

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99 per month per camera. Lifeshield's month to month monitoring plan will cost you $29. 99 per month. Most DIY home security providers offer monthly professional monitoring for agents to watch after your home at all times. When a home security system is professionally monitored, a specialist from the monitoring company is ready to respond when sensors are triggered. If any activity triggers the alarm, a professional will attempt to contact you and alert emergency responders to your home.

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