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Home Security - Alarm Systems

Home Security - Alarm Systems

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 ==== ====ip camera, security cameras, home security, ip video camera, reviews and information Click on thelink Belowhttp://ip-video.aboutipcamera.com/  ==== ====FIRST, DOES HOME SECURITY ALARM MONITORING SYSTEM PREVENT OR STOP HOMEBURGLARY? A recent study by a major New York-based online review organization on home security, sought tofind the role and place of monitored alarm system in modern home security. And, in that regard,considering the very TOP PRIORITY that Americans place in home safety and the security of theirhomes, more especially in today's desperate economy, the very PRIMARY question that thereviewers FIRST sought to find out, was simply this: is a good and dependable burglary alarmsystem (just assuming a consumer can find one) an effective tool that can deter and prevent homebreak-ins or burglaries? It turned out, however, from the researchers' findings, that the answer to that important question isYES, it is, and in a Huge Way... In deed, many numerous investigations, studies and statistics, reviewed by the researchers,immediately show, empirically, that there's a high degree of effectiveness for the use of amonitored electronic security system as a deterrent to home break-in and prevention tool tocombat burglaries. Such data and studies include the following: - A recent 2009 Rutgers University study by its School of Criminal Justice, using five years of data,the most comprehensive of its kind ever conducted, scientifically proved that burglars, by a marginof as much as 30 to 40 percent, tend to avoid homes with burglar alarm systems, as the studyfurther found that "an installed burglar alarm makes a dwelling less attractive to the would-be andactive intruders and protects the home without displacing burglars to nearby homes." - That, in deed, in an earlier study in 1994 that was based on interviews with burglars, "Burglars onthe Job," which had been published by Northeastern University Press, researchers had made asimilar finding, and had concluded that, "Most offenders, though, wanted to avoid alarmsaltogether and, upon encountering such devices abandoned all thought of attacking the dwelling." - That, according to a Temple University study headed by Professor Simon Hakim, Director of theuniversity's Center for Competitive Government, a monitored alarm system makes a home threetimes less likely to be burglarized versus a home without an alarm. Businesses without alarmsystems are 4.5 times more likely to be burglarized than the ones with electronic security system.And, finally, losses due to burglary average $400 less in residences without alarm securitysystems. - That, according to confession made by the burglars, 9 out of 10 convicted burglars admitted that
they would avoid making a burglary attempt altogether on a house that's protected by an alarmsystem. (U.S. Department of Justice study, 1999). - That, an effective home security system (but one from a reputable home security company)makes a home 3 times LESS LIKELY to be burglarized, according to a National Burglar and FireAssociation study (2004). Additionally, however, the 2009 study by Rutgers University, first citedabove, found that though having a residential burglary alarm system in a home does, in deed,decrease crime by as much as 30-40 percent, it does so, though, not just on the property only thathas the alarm system, but in the ENTIRE surrounding area. - That installation of electronic security products by Americans, and use of professional services(and the spending) on them, has been growing at an estimated 4.3 percent per year (STATResources, Inc., a Newton, Mass, full service market researchorganization specialized in such matters). - That 94 percent of home alarm owners are satisfied with their alarm systems (Prof. SimonHakim's study of Temple University). - That 90 percent of the Police believe that alarms deter burglary attempts. (STAT Resourcesstudy). - According to a Board Resolution passed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police in1994, alarm systems, providing, though, they are professionally installed and monitored, are usefulinstruments to deter crime and provide peace of mind for both residential users and businessowners. (International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, Va.). It's Probably the Single Most Effective Solution to home burglary.... In point of fact, having a good monitored burglary alarm system is not only vital and effective as aburglary deterring tool. But, according to security experts, pound-for-pound, having a monitoredhome alarm security system, which they strongly emphasize MUST be a good and reliable brand,is perhaps the best and SINGLE MOST EFFECTIVE SOLUTION that one could institute in havinga home that scares away potential burglars and keeps them away from your home, and yourfamily safety. And why is that? Because of it's tremendous "deterrent effect" power or factor. Says Chris E. McGoey, aninternationally acclaimed expert and probably one of the foremost authorities on home securitymanagement in America who often works with the media on home violence, crime and burglaryprevention and is a frequent expert witness in court cases on such matters throughout America,who was consulted by study's reviewers, among other sources, "alarm systems deter burglariesbecause they increase the potential and [provoke in the potential burglar the] fear of being caughtand arrested by the police. The deterrent value comes from the alarm company lawn signs thatare placed in the protected premises, and from the alarm decals on the windows. Home andapartment burglars will usually bypass a property with visible alarm signs and will go to anotherproperty that does not have such a sign." 
BOTTOM LINE:Overwhelmingly, by the overwhelming amount of data accumulated by the expertresearchers of this New York investigative office, the almost conclusive finding of the researchersis that the mere fact of just having a good, professionally installed and monitored ELECTRONICHOME SECURITY SYSTEM ALONE, DRASTICALLY REDUCES the possibility of having aBURGLARY in a home, and hugely DETERS BURGLARS from hitting a home. (Just as it does, aswell, in respect to other important risk andemergency situations). KEY: THE MONITORED ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEM MUST BE THE RIGHT ONE &QUALITY ONE OTHER CRITICAL FINDING OF THESE RESEARCHERS, THOUGH IS THIS: That, what isprobably of the most critical importance of all, however, is that you choose an electronic systemthat is of THE RIGHT brand from a quality company. Like any other industry, there are goodbrands and companies, and there are bad brands and companies. In deed, according to this finding, as a homeowner or consumer if you choose the improper orwrong home security system, or, even worse than that, the wrong or unreliable company whichprovides or installs the system for you, you stand a serious chance of sustaining serious break ins,and even risk to life, that is just primarily attributable to that specific factor alone! And, furthermore, that you may, in stead, possibly find yourself in even worse shape than you were before youfirst went for the home security system. So, for the homeowner interested in getting that GOOD home electronic home security systemthat you must have, how do you know or find it? This, in deed, is the critical task and test thatconfronts such a home owner. Choosing a home security and burglar alarm system, especially ahigh quality one that is the most proper and fitting type for you, and which will be unfailing anddependable, can be one of the toughest and most difficult things for any homeowner ever. Why? This is primarily due to the fact that there's such a great multitude and wide variety of housesecurity and alarm systems and security companies in the market. Just perusing local telephonedirectories or Internet searches, will quickly yield you a large number of home security companiesin any one of the major cities, which can often be most confusing for almost all but the most expertof security eyes. In fact, there are, by the same recent study, some moderate to major 2,500 to 3,400 outfits thatpresent themselves as security companies or marketers of such items across America. And out ofthese, a consumer or home owner is supposed to pick out just ONE to secure his or her home orproperty. Furthermore, just as importantly, in trying to compare the various security systems topick out the best and proper one for you, you must also be able to have a pretty good idea andunderstanding of exactly which types of important security features are offered by each option. A 1997 market research report, for example, by STAT Resources, Inc., a Newton Mass full servicemarket research organization, found there was an average of 13,100 businesses nationwide thatwere classified as "alarm installing entities." (Dependable alarm installing entities). 

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