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Secure your home and business with our award-winning services. We cover the following and more:

  • Burglary
  • Fire
  • Medical
  • Surveillance
  • 24-hour Monitoring

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Crime Alert Security has been providing complete security services for homes and businesses since 1994. Our experienced team of security specialists have extensive knowledge in today's security industry. Rest assured knowing that Crime Alert Security will design and deliver exactly what you need to protect your home and business from vulnerabilities such as burglary, fire and vandalism. From monitored systems to video surveillance, we offer it all. Our experienced staff will work closely with you to custom tailor a security package designed to meet your specific needs.

why should you protect your assets?

Despite government claims in recent years indicating a general decline in burglaries, if your home or business is burglarized, it can be traumatizing or even devastating in some cases. While you may live year to year without being burglarized, your odds each year are greater that you will become a victim. While the initial trauma of returning home from an evening out to

find the front door open may be frightening, your nightmare may just be beginning as you discover missing belongings, damaged property or even worse, the criminal waiting for you inside.

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  • U.S. Department of Justice Statistics indicates that stolen property was not returned in 85 percent of household crimes in 1992. ("The Costs of Crime to Victims: Crime Data Brief;" February 1994, NCJ-14865; by Patsy A. Klaus, BJS Statistician; US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics)
     
  • The average loss for a residential burglary in 1998 was $1,299 according to the FBI. ("Crime in the United States 1998;" Federal Bureau of Investigation; US Department of Justice; ISBN 0-16-0478756-0)
     
  • Two out of every three burglaries in 1998 were to residences. ("Crime in the United States 1998," page 39; Federal Bureau of Investigation; US Department of Justice; ISBN 0-16-0478756-0)
     
  • According to the FBI, there were more than 2.3 million burglary offenses nationwide in 1998. An estimated $3.1 billion in losses were a result of burglaries in 1998. ("Crime in the United States 1998," page 39; Federal Bureau of Investigation; US Department of Justice; ISBN 0-16-0478756-0)
     
  • According to the US Department of Justice's Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics, 38.5 out of every 1,000 households were victims of burglary in 1998 in the United States. ("Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics 1998," page 173; US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, based on data gathered by the National Crime Victimization Survey.