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Are you prepared for an in-home invasion in your home?

  • YES. Too bad for the perp(s)

    Votes: 28 87.5%
  • NO. But I should get myself ready

    Votes: 4 12.5%
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Now that I'm in an apartment and an alarm isn't an option I just carry period
Simpli-safe alarms were invented for apartments.
Wireless and battery operated, take them with you when you move out.
Either pay $15 per month for monitoring, or skip it and just enjoy your noisemakers.
 

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Home invasions seem relatively rare with random strangers targeted.

Usually the victims have some history with the perps, or are in a high risk occupation.
Examples range from jewelers to coin dealers to drug dealers and ex-boyfriends.

Also, certain groups of foreigners are assumed to hold onto larger amounts of cash, distrusting banks and governments. Some even hoard gold.
Handymen and day laborers might return to known soft targets.
A child or relative who runs with a bad crowd might brag to the wrong people.

Daytime burglary of unoccupied dwelling is far more common.
 
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