Private Investigators Swansea Share Useful Tips to Advance Home Security

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The article in BBC News published on 24th February 2015: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-31599554 describes a case based on lack of home security. Mrs Davies, an 88 year old woman, was robbed by the neighbourhood window cleaner Gavin Tainton. Gavin Tainton barged into the woman's house one evening demanding money. According to the woman's neighbour, Robert Thomas, Gavin had a debt that required paying off, immediately. The victim, Mrs Davies was too shaken up by the incident that had happened. Because of the shock and the threat the 88 year old victim received from Gavin, the incident was kept hidden for almost a month. Once the truth was disclosed, a thorough interrogation was conducted. Upon searching, Gavin's fingerprints were found inside the woman's house. However the investigators declared that the prints could not be dated. As a result of the robbery, Mrs Davies remained shaken up for a very long time and continued to blame the nervousness on personal carelessness. The victim declared it a self-inflicted robbery triggered by a lack of a proper home security system.

Responding to the article published in BBC News, investigators at Private Investigators Swansea (http://privateinvestigator-swansea.co.uk) speak of the importance home security should be given. A home security system involves installing cameras and alarm systems. Sensors can also be installed on the windows. All such precautions keep the individuals living inside the house aware of outside happenings. Above all, in cases like Mrs Davies, the robbery could have been prevented had a security camera informed the victim of someone trying to forcefully enter the house. When robbers try to break into a house at night, the alarm system goes on alert notifying the residents of the house. Not only that, but certain alarm systems notify the Private Detectives calling for immediate action. This way, the suspect can be caught before any physical or material damage is brought about. The team at Private Investigators Swansea has several successful cases where robbers have been caught red-handed and all potential damage was avoided.

The Chief Investigator at Private Investigator Swansea (http://privateinvestigator-swansea.co.uk), Benjamin Adams, sheds some light on the urgent requirement for home security. Detective Adams says "There are millions of individuals who get robbed practically every other day. This robbery is usually made a whole lot easier for robbers because they can visually see a lack of home security. Not only does it allow them to steal large sums of money, but they escape without a trace. To prevent such avoidable incidents from happening, Private Investigators at Swansea have come up with several viable home security precautions." Investigator Benjamin Adams can be contacted via email (contact@privateinvestigator-swansea.co.uk) as well as through the company's contact number (01792 260 498).

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