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What to Do After a Burglary
A home with a home security system significantly decreases the risk of being burglarized. The security industry recognizes that homes with alarm systems are three times less likely to be burglarized, but realistically, some homes with alarm systems will be burglarized.
If you discovered you’ve been burglarized, there are a million things going through your mind. Amidst the shock and panic, remember there are actions you should take immediately afterward. They are critical in increasing the chances of law enforcement apprehending and prosecuting the burglars and recovering anything taken.

Our infographic shows you 9 important steps to take immediately after a burglary.

What to Do After a Burglary

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Burglary Happens…

But one thing is certain – the more difficult you make things, the more likely burglars are to move on and find an easier home to break into.

California Metro Patrol helps you make your home one that burglars will want to avoid, from camera surveillance and alarm monitoring to uniformed random patrol. We specialize in tailored, concierge security services; we survey your home or business from the curb to the door and inside your home.

Request a no-obligation quote today or call us at 888-788-0813. 

88% of burglaries are residential.
Only 17% of US homes have a security system.


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