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What Happens After Crime In Your Condo

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
September 26, 2018
Article Summary: 

In the aftermath of crime in a condo community, providing reassurance to residents is essential to show that security is being taken seriously. Installing additional or upgraded surveillance equipment, such as cameras and lighting, can help, but too much can infringe on privacy and personal space. It's important to find a balance between security and convenience. Directors and management cannot be expected to provide 100 percent protection against crimes, but posting visible notices asking residents to be more vigilant can educate and deter crime. Encouraging residents to call 911 to report anything of concern can also result in a larger police presence and discourage potential thieves. Visible notices can put potential perpetrators on notice that the community is on high alert, which can deter criminal activity.


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Toronto Condo News
What Happens After Crime In Your Condo
September 26, 2018
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