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Tactical PE The LAPD Have A Tough Job and How To Choose a Safe and Secure Neighborhood?

 How To Choose a Safe and Secure Neighborhood?

  • Author Michael Harris

For many people, finding a new place to move is an exciting thing. It brings happiness to think about a new house, new interior, new furniture, new room, and all, right? But practically, it is not as easy as it seems to be.


Finding the right home for you and your family is a responsibility. You need to consider many things in mind. For instance, security of your new home and family, safety of your neighborhood and surroundings etc., are the major concerns. A safe neighborhood ensures protection of your generations as you plant your roots there. Your kids would grow up there and your family would be a part of that community. Therefore, be careful while you select a neighborhood. (Continued below.....) 


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(Continued.....)Here are some tools that can help you choose a safe and secure neighborhood:

Check Crime Data of Your City

City data is a website that helps you to gain complete information about your area, neighborhood and adjacent places. You can analyze crime situation of your neighborhood using the internet. Review your city or any other city’s crime data carefully before making a leap.

Check Overall Picture of the City

There are many sources to find out the overall picture of your city. This includes every important aspect for instance, education, livability, and cost of living etc. Assess the overall rating of your neighborhood pragmatically using different websites like Area Vibes. Besides, talk about it with locals around you as well.

Use Your Smartphone

Life has become easier with smartphone technology. Now you don’t have to turn on the laptop for your research. Your smartphone apps can offer you data that you are looking for. There are many apps that offer local statistics about crime and your city situation. For instance, ‘Crime and Place’ app is famous for providing GPS tracking, safety notifications and heat map etc. Check it out for sure!

Go for Home Security Systems

Once you are done with your research and have planned to move to your new home. Find out a wireless home security system and order the most suitable package plan for yourself. Arm your alarm system before you move in, so that you can minimize your risks. Authorities suggest that you are three times safer at home if you have an active alarm system working.

Lit Up Your New Home

After shifting to your new neighborhood, take a walk around the place and make note of the things that should be improved. One of these things can be your outdoor lighting conditions. Make sure your new home is well lit with smart bulbs, so that criminals around your area could be deterred. In a study conducted by students of forensic psychology, criminals and bad guys repel from brighter places. Brightness increases their fear of being caught. So, take advantage of this fear and improve your outdoor lights so that criminals could stay away.

Think about Outdoor Cameras

Even if you live in a highly secure place, risks of violent crimes could never be eradicated completely. Police therefore recommends new homeowners, particularly to use home surveillance systems to rid from such crimes.


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