Have you heard the saying that having kids and watching them grow up and move away is like wearing your heart outside of your body? It’s natural to worry about your young adult daughter out in the big, dangerous world. That said, you don’t have to just rest on your laurels and worry without taking action. Here are a few of the reasons why you should go ahead and get your daughter that security camera system you’ve been thinking about.
The FBI reports that 60.5 percent of burglaries in 2010 involved a forcible entry while 33.2 percent were unlawful entries that didn’t require force. That means that a full third of burglaries and home invasions occurred when a resident simply didn’t lock their doors and windows. Make sure your daughter knows how important those practices are. These statistics also mean that even in the face of simple safety precautions, most burglars will not be deterred. So what should you do? Help your daughter step up her home security game.
Video Monitoring Works
Law enforcement officers in the field agree — video surveillance cameras are one of the most effective deterrents to burglars and home invaders. An alarm alone helps, but criminals know that without video footage, they can execute a clean getaway before anyone responds to the alarm. When you have video monitoring, a criminal’s likeness is captured forever. Talk about a disincentive!
Protect the Ones You Love
Still not convinced that you can afford a video security system for your daughter? Think again. Blink is proud to bring you a revolutionary video home security system that is completely wireless, self-installed, and shockingly affordable. Just a few minutes of self set-up, and you and your daughter can view her camera feeds from anywhere just by checking her smart phone. Blink wants to remove the barriers between you and the home security system you need. So what are you waiting for? Join the home security revolution and learn more today.
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