1) Triple check
Knowing that your home is locked up can help you feel safe. It helps to be a bit obsessive compulsive when it comes to home security. Always check, double check, and triple check that you have:
- Locked your doors and windows
- Armed your security system
2) Make friends with your neighbours
Life is always easier when you’ve got someone watching your back. Get to know your neighbours so you’ll have someone who can check in on you if they spot someone suspicious around your home.
3) Have an emergency break-in plan
If a burglar broke into your home, what would you do? You need an emergency break-in plan that you’ve rehearsed beforehand. Having one reassures you that you’ll know exactly what to do in the worst-case scenario.
4) Learn how to defend yourself
Nothing builds self-confidence like learning self-defence. Go take a self-defence class to learn how to defend yourself from an attacker. With this in mind remember it is not wise to attack a burglar that is in your home, as you do not know if they have a weapon on them.
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