Our First Line of Defence

Orangeville, ON (Harold Doan and Sons Ltd.) Law enforcement and security experts know that criminal trespass is the fastest growing crime today. Less than one quarter of all property crimes are reported to the proper authorities.

Think of it this way. Suppose fifty burglaries are reported in your area for a given period. Multiply this figure by four. You still will not have an accurate number of burglaries committed. Your figure will be too low!

Law enforcement and security people know a good lock is the number one deterrent to criminal trespass.

The professional criminal is lazy. Yet, he is capable of great effort and enterprise in accomplishing his goal. A locked household door will make most burglars check other doors. They have learned that nearby is an unlocked door.

The professional burglar knows how locks work and how to defeat them. He must have enough time and opportune circumstances. It is not the professional that is driving the burglary rates upwards. Rather, it is the youthful members of society. Some break in for the sheer love of thrill seeking or pure vandalism. The vast majority are looking for items to sell so they can support their drug habits.

Here is where the community must join the battle because good locks can stop this class of criminal.

Harold Doan and Sons Ltd is a professional mobile locksmith, serving Orangeville, Dufferin County and the surrounding area. Call us to help you find good, solid, workable security solutions. Solutions that allow you to proactively protect your premises and the assets on those premises. Better security is part of our Security Solutions package customized to your specific security needs.

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