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Darren Boyer, October 16 2021

Important Update for People in Red Deer

Of all the cities we are actively working in, Red Deer has the worst crime rate per 1,000 people!

We’ve been adding up the RCMP reported crimes in Red Deer for October and are already at 194 as of Oct 13. These are thefts of vehicles, break and enters, thefts over $5,000, and more.

If criminals are committing this many crimes, why aren’t Red Deer residents warning each other when they see something suspicious more often? 

 We seen the most proactive city create as many as 100 times more warnings on Lightcatch than Red Deer residents in a month.

The best communities also don’t wait an hour or more to do this, they create alerts immediately if they see something.

If Red Deer residents increased their reporting of suspicious activity even a little there would be less thefts, less damages and less criminals hanging around.

Get your home security right

The right kind of home security is the best way to capture suspicious activity 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Use your home security to help shut crime down before it happens.

When we do a review of how a crime happened the vast majority could also be prevented with the right home security.

The right kind of home security is also not common. Most people don’t believe me when I say 90% of the security ideas people have in place, will lead to frustration when a crime actually occurs, but we see the evidence day in and day out.

After examining thousands of crimes, I found a very small group were getting 500% better results, using simple low cost methods anyone can use. When you add those methods to Lightcatch you soon get a system that can quickly put criminals out of business.

Use this free quiz to see where there may be security blind spots at your home. You will get a free report how to setup the right security using any vendors services.

Written by

Darren Boyer

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