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The Definitive Home Security Guide for the Elderly

As an older peĀ­rson, you may sometimes feel vulnerable when you are at home on your own. Even if you are living with your spouse or other family members, it can sometimes seem that the world is an increasingly dangerous place and that times have changed, and not always for… Read more »

Forecourt Eye launched to reduce crime at Petrol Stations

Early this year The Daily Mail reported that driving away from a petrol station without paying for fuel is no longer considered a crime. The decision came about after Devon and Cornwall Police said it would not investigate forecourt crimes unless there was obvious proof of criminal intent. The force… Read more »

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms will be a legal requirement for rental properties

Under new measures announced by the housing minister Brandon Lewis, all landlords will be required by law to install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms (CO) in their properties from October 2015. The move is part of a wider government push to ensure sufficient measures are in place to protect public… Read more »

Tony Porter proposes a voluntary CCTV code of practice for home-owners

Tony Porter has proposed that a code of practice be bought into affect from March 2015 to regulate Home CCTV use after a surge of complaints about neighbours being spied on using surveillance technology.

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