Crime Index Mobile Apps 

3 Identity Snatching Apps You May Have Already Installed On Your Mobile Phone

For hackers, the game has changed. They are finding it much easier to steal your information, not by using their hacking skills but by letting you hand it to them on a silver platter. Your mobile phone is a goldmine of information. With GPS, banking information and social media info stored on your mobile phone. You are giving away information about who you communicate with, where you drive to and where you spend your money. It use to be hard for hackers to find detailed information about you, now you’re helping them…

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Featured General Security Cameras 

Most Security Cameras Are Useless

We have been led to believe that security cameras protect people and property but haven’t you ever notice that in most cases surveillance videos are viewed only after an incident occurs? Usually, after a home or business has been burglarized, vandalized or worse yet after a devastating home invasion. Burglar alarms are also toted as our first line of defense but with a 15 to 45-second alarm delay, the smash and grab artist has already burst into your homes or businesses and grabbed items and information they wanted and got away before the police arrive…

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Home Automation Security Systems 

Homes That Attack Intruders

Not only is it legal in most states, homes that physically attack intruders are increasingly becoming popular among homeowners who are looking to protect more than just their HD TVs.  Art collectors, gun owners and others are turning to an alternative to alarm systems that stops intruders before they have a window of opportunity to rob their home. Along with security cameras that alert you with a picture or video on your mobile phone when someone enters your home unannounced, some homes are equipped with biodegradable pepper spray bombs that…

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Security Systems 

The False Alarm Tax

Your city may be on the list for a false alarm tax. Over 80 cities have changed their response policies to burglar alarms, especially when they create false alarms. Cities across the United States are charging heavy fines up to $500 when police are sent on an unverified alarm call that turns out to be a false alarm. So what is an unverified alarm? Any automated alarm that is sent to an alarm company or directly to the police (92% of all alarm calls) is considered an unverified alarm and police…

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Security Systems 

Your Security System Is Spying On You

With some security systems a burglar or a home invader can learn you and your family’s routines, see who’s presently home and see if your alone.  Security systems were not designed to give up this type of information but unfortunately for some homeowners, these systems can be the tool others can use to disarm and invade your home with the least amount of trouble for them. Here are a few tips to avoid having your security system tell on you.. Share List

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