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I’ve learned countless crime prevention tips over the years–some good, some bad–but when they come from a veteran cop, I pay close attention. Police officers have about a thousand times more experience with crime than the average citizen. They learn the many ways burglars break into homes, hear stories of home invasions straight from the sources, and see the aftermath with their own eyes.
These two articles were written by James L, who has worked as a police officer for over 20 years. He is also a gun enthusiast and a certified police instructor. The first article appeared on GraywolfSurvival.com and has 9 home security tips:
The next article appeared on James’ site, PlanAndPrepared.com. It has 11 tips that go beyond home security. There’s a lot of wisdom in these articles so be sure to check them out, especially since crime is a major probem during almost any type of widespread disaster.