Brits are being warned that there could be a potential surge in burglary once the lockdown ends, and to take takes to ensure their property is secure.
Reports show that the average home insurance premiums have dropped by 1.2 per cent thanks to a reduction in break-ins and water damage claims.
According to a study £30 million worth of items has been stolen from garden sheds, outbuildings, and summer houses over the past three years across England and Wales.
We opt to install security system solutions for many reasons. For some, it is a matter of protecting valuables, and for others, it is about peace of mind.
A sophisticated robbery has been carried out on an ATM in Stockport using a car and an attached chain to wrench the installation open.
With different strains of COVID-19 already circulating, it remains important to be cautious and avoid another lockdown situation.
To give yourself, your family and your insurance company peace of mind, here are the best places to store a safe.
While the lockdown might have brought crime levels down across the country, they will rise again once the restrictions have been eased.
A fall in burglaries in lockdown may be a silver lining to the new restrictions - but business and community premises are more at risk.
Owners of smart home devices equipped with speakers, microphones and cameras, have been warned by US law enforcement agencies to update the software.