Just because it is lighter now does not mean the threat of burglary in the dark evenings has gone away. It simply comes back in new forms.
With half term fast approaching, many people will be planning a short family holiday, something burglars will be all too aware of.
Homeowners around the UK have been urged to be on the lookout for a trick employed by thieves to mark homes as potential targets for burglary.
Recent research has revealed the places in Great Britain with the highest crime rates.
We have a look at a few ways to improve your home security and ensure your home feels safe and secure, especially in the run-up to Christmas.
Google searches for the phrases ‘how to rob a house’ and ‘how to break a window’ have increased by up to 50 per cent in the area between July and August this year.
An empty house in the summer holidays is a clear opportunity for burglars. There are, however, steps you can take to make your home more secure.
We have a look at some tips to help improve home security for when you return to the office.
With burglary and theft on the rise as the lockdown restrictions are eased, we have a look at some extra defences against theft.
A research project led by the University of Huddersfield has been awarded a grant from the Home Office to study the effectiveness of burglar alarms in UK homes.