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Reduce the risk of your home being burgled by making sure youíve taken these simple (and often inexpensive) precautions.

Most burglaries are carried out by opportunist thieves. In two out of 10 burglaries, they donít even have to use force - they get in through an open door or window. Fitting strong locks to your doors and windows is a good starting point.

If you are replacing or fitting new doors and windows, get ones that are certified to British Standard BS7950 (windows) or PAS 24-1 (doors) and make sure you always keep them fully locked when appropriate.

Look at your home through a burglarís eyes. Ask yourself:

1 How would you get in if youíd forgotten your keys?
2 Are there places where burglars could break in without being seen?
3 Would they have to make a lot of noise by breaking glass?

Norfolk Constabulary has produced a 'Do It Yourself' guide which will help you conduct a crime prevention survey of your own home.
DIY - Crime Prevention Survey   PDF 75KB
Norfolk Constabulary have produced this guide to help you conduct a crime prevention survey of your own home. If you have problems in conducting your own survey or require further information please phone 01953-424242 and ask to speak with your local Crime Reduction Officer.

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