When someone robs your home its an invasion of privacy, and it can be the most stressful time in your life
Your home is your safe zone, a place where you relax and feel comfortable. When someone robs your home its an invasion of privacy, and it can be the most stressful time in your life. Locktrix has put together a step by step guide on what you need to do when your home has been robbed –
1. Call the police
As soon as you identify that a robber has entered your home, try and stay calm and call 000 immediately. Try not to touch anything as the police will need to fingerprint for valuable evidence. The offender may still be in the house, so its best to remove yourself from the property and locate a safe place until the police arrive.
2. Secure your home again
Once the police have been, its recommended that you secure your home as quickly as possible. Changing your locks is a must, and the team at Locktrix Locksmith are available 24/7 for your emergency locksmith requirements. We can respond to any emergency on the Central Coast within 45 minutes. Once onsite we will identify ourselves and work quickly to change all your locks and secure the property.
3. Submit insurance claims
Write a list of all the items that have been taken and contact your insurance company. They will likely ask for proof of purchase of high-value items such as golf clubs and jewellery. Always ensure you keep these receipts locked in a safe place.
4. Complete a safety audit
Locktrix can provide a full safety audit of your home. The report will list recommendations on security that needs to be improved and installed. Locktrix supply and fit an extensive range of home and business security systems including:
• Home and office alarm systems
• Motion sensors
• Access control
• CCTV installation
• Electronic and digital locks
There are many security methods and systems that you can use to create a safer environment, and the ability to control who accesses your property or monitor activity in and around your vicinity is always beneficial. CCTV security systems prevent and deter crime, assist police and investigators.
5. Seek help
Having your home burgled and your most prized treasures stolen is a stressful time. If you feel anxious or nervous, it’s essential that you seek help and obtain the right counselling and support to recover and move on.
For all your Emergency Locksmith needs, contact Locktrix Locksmith Central Coast on 0449 654 989.