· Cranky Old Vietnam Vet
Knowing that some of you here are LEOs or have security experience, could you kindly fill me in on what the typical residential burglary involves? How much time is usually spent, how much recon is done ahead of time, what are the most common areas searched and to what extent, etc. (I'm trying to understand the *process*)? On the other side, what are the best deterrents (dogs, loud sirens, alarm company signs, etc.)? Are many attempts made when occupants are home? Any other info or statistics?
From what I've read/heard it's about making your property less inviting than another one. What would be the key ideas to achieve this? Lately this has been on my mind and is keeping me up at night (with my AR next to me). Thanks!
I Really Just Wanted To BEAT Huntinghawk To It...
But, Yes...DOGS Are A Tremendous Deterrent, A Reliable(but not necessarily Cheap!)Warning Device!
Do Not Ignore The Value Of SERIOUS Dogs!!!
CAVman in WYoming