home security

Secure your home this Easter

Whether you’re heading overseas or camping down south this Easter, going away on holiday is always an exciting time.

Planning for your trip can be a lot of fun; researching your destination, booking tours, checking out the weather and choosing what clothes to take.

However, there are also a lot of things to organise around the home to make sure that everything is looked after while you’re away.

It’s no secret that home burglaries are on the rise. In this financial year alone we have seen an 11 per cent increase in home contents theft claims.

RAC sees spike in home burglaries

RAC is urging Western Australians to be vigilant when it comes to securing their homes, after it has reported a spike in the number of home burglaries this financial year.

RAC Insurance Home Claims Manager, Glen Walker, says there has been a 25% increase in the number of home burglaries for the July and August period this year, compared to the same two-month period in 2014.

By |September 16th, 2015|Insurance, Security|0 Comments

Cameras keep a wider eye on crime

Closed circuit television (CCTV) has become a powerful crime-prevention tool enabling positive identification of criminals and often a clear record of their crimes.

The wide uptake of CCTV systems by individuals, businesses and government agencies has created the opportunity for a database of systems that can be accessed to provide even greater protection for our community.

By |August 26th, 2015|Security|0 Comments

Home safety for the Christmas holidays

Nationally, household burglary is one of the most widespread crimes in Australia with the Australian Institute of Criminology reporting a total of 154,726 residential burglary victims being recorded by police in 2011.

By |December 22nd, 2014|Security|0 Comments

WA’s high break-in rate

Western Australia has the highest rate of break-ins and attempted break-ins of all states, according to the 2014 Report on Government Services.

By |September 3rd, 2014|Insurance, Security|0 Comments