YOUR ALARM WON’T WORK IF IT’S NOT TURNED ON

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Street Watch -

MORE and more home-own­ers are be­com­ing in­creas­ingly se­cu­rity con­scious, in par­tic­u­lar in­stalling qual­ity alarm sys­tems. Alarms can be a very ef­fec­tive mea­sure to re­duce the chance of an in­ci­dent tak­ing place at your home, but its im­por­tant to re­mem­ber for the alarm to act as a de­ter­rent it must be turned on. Re­cently, there have been a num­ber bur­glar­ies on homes where alarm sys­tems have not been ac­ti­vated due to the alarm sys­tem not be­ing turned on by the home-owner. If you have in­stalled an alarm make the ef­fort and re­mem­ber to turn it on. Although there are no guar­an­tees that an alarm sys­tem will stop any­one gain­ing ac­cess to your home it cer­tainly acts as a pre­ven­ta­tive mea­sure and pro­vides some piece of mind. Se­nior Sergeant Peter Arancini, Of­fi­cer In Charge, Bel­mont Lo­cal Polic­ing Team

The ar­ti­fi­cial arm has been claimed.

The re­cov­ered bike.

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