© Clark’s Computer Consulting 2017
The following information is being provided in hopes of reducing the chances of you becoming a victim of crime. No one can guarantee you will not be victimized.  However, reducing the chances of your becoming a victim is decreased by following a few simple guidelines. Taking the following precautions you can reduce your odds and better protect yourself and your family.  However the following tips can help to protect you: - When you leave home, even if for a short time, be sure all your windows and doors are locked.  Valuables should be out of normal sight.  Put items in your vehicle trunk or cover by cover by other means.  Doors that lead to other parts of your home, such as garage doors, screen doors, side doors, basement doors, etc. should be locked as well. - Curtains should be closed to prevent outsiders from assessing your valuables. - When gone for extended periods of time, use separate timers, on varying cycles to turn lights, radios and TV’s on and off.  This helps your home appear that someone is there. - If you have an alarm system, by all means, activate and definitely use it. - When going on vacation call 788.8325 for neighborhood policemen to keep an eye on your home. - No thief likes to be in ‘good lighting’.  Assess your outside lighting and add additional lighting if necessary.  Use lighting to protect your home and your valuables. - Have your mail and newspaper held when you are away for an extended period.  Ask a neighbor to pick up your packages, mail, flyer, etc. while you are away for several days. - Great neighbors look out for one another.  Work together to watch out for none another’s property.  A team of eyes are better than one set of eyes.  Call the police if you see something out of the ordinary.

General  Safety Tips for Your Home

© Clark’s Computer Consulting
The following information is being provided in hopes of reducing the chances of you becoming a victim of crime. No one can guarantee you will not be victimized.  However, reducing the chances of your becoming a victim is decreased by following a few simple guidelines. Taking the following precautions you can reduce your odds and better protect yourself and your family.  However the following tips can help to protect you: - When you leave home, even if for a short time, be sure all your windows and doors are locked.  Valuables should be out of normal sight.  Put items in your vehicle trunk or cover by cover by other means.  Doors that lead to other parts of your home, such as garage doors, screen doors, side doors, basement doors, etc. should be locked as well. - Curtains should be closed to prevent outsiders from assessing your valuables. - When gone for extended periods of time, use separate timers, on varying cycles to turn lights, radios and TV’s on and off.  This helps your home appear that someone is there. - If you have an alarm system, by all means, activate and definitely use it. - When going on vacation call 788.8325 for neighborhood policemen to keep an eye on your home. - No thief likes to be in ‘good lighting’.  Assess your outside lighting and add additional lighting if necessary.  Use lighting to protect your home and your valuables. - Have your mail and newspaper held when you are away for an extended period.  Ask a neighbor to pick up your packages, mail, flyer, etc. while you are away for several days. - Great neighbors look out for one another.  Work together to watch out for none another’s property.  A team of eyes are better than one set of eyes.  Call the police if you see something out of the ordinary.

General  Safety Tips for Your Home