Posts Tagged ‘Fake Security Cameras’
Home security is becoming more important to homeowners as incidents of home invasion and home burglary happen more frequently. There is anecdotal evidence to show that home burglary is on the rise. Just look at your local TV station news every night. There’s almost always a story about a home burglary or home invasion.
Some police officials state that because of the poor economy, more people are turning to burglary. Burglary is a low risk high reward enterprise. But there are some things that scare burglars away. That’s why security gadgets and security devices are selling more than ever before. They are a cheap way to improve home defense. Read the rest of this entry »
In the world of fake security cameras there are three generic types: the dome, the bullet and the globe. The dome camera including a high-speed dome is the largest selling security surveillance camera in the world. Second to them are bullet cameras. And third in popularity are the globe cameras.
Fake surveillance cameras are so realistic looking that no one can tell the difference. Some of them even take the housing from a real security camera and remove the inner workings-the expensive part. That realistic look makes it an effective tool to use for home security and business security.
A good example of a dome camera is a dummy dome camera with a thick base and 24/7 flashing LED. It even has a yellow CCTV decal. It can be installed easily on the ceiling or wall. The camera is 5 inches across and 2 inches high. It uses three AAA batteries. It also has a flashing red LED light which makes the camera visible particularly at night. Read the rest of this entry »
It isn’t every day that you get inside information from burglars on home security tips. Recently a burglar who committed just over 70 burglaries got caught. He agreed to share some of his inside information with police in the hopes of protecting homeowners from burglaries. He did his work in England where the penalties for burglary are much more severe than in the United States.
We should note that he did this, not out of the goodness of his heart, but in exchange for a more lenient sentence.
He said that it’s just as easy to get into a house in England as it is anywhere. He never had to break into a house. 90% of all burglaries in the United States occur through unlocked doors and windows.
So here are his top four ways to prevent home burglary from the perspective of a professional burglar. Read the rest of this entry »