Halloween Safety Ideas

HAVE FUN, STAY SAFE Halloween is here. Being Wednesday night, use extra caution and look out for kids on foot.Walkers everywhere. Here are some ideas on how to be safe during your activities. Wear reflective material as part of your costume. You can add reflective tape to different parts of your costume to illuminate you. Avoid venturing […]

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Spring Break Ins

Spring Break for APS, RRPS, UNM and CNM is this week! Don’t Host a Spring Break In If you are heading out of town on holiday, be aware of potential pitfalls from criminal activity. Hide, stow or lock in a safe any valuable or easy to steal electronics. Use timers on lights to simulate activity […]

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Lights, Camera, Action

Lights, Camera, Action – Enacting Your New Year’s Resolutions for Better Security “Save Nothing for Tomorrow, That Can Be Done Today.” – Abraham Lincoln New Year’s Resolutions are just word unless you put them into actions. If you have been thinking about improving your security situation around your home or business, there is no time […]

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Holiday Awareness

The holidays are full of distractions, security concerns and an overall lack of our ability to seemingly juggle it all. Crooks, scammers and thieves know this and use it to their advantage. Top 2018 Holiday Security Concerns Packages on your door stoop Presents visible through your windows Break-ins Email and Phone scams If you did […]

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Balloon Fiesta Safety and Security Tips

They are beautiful. Mornings full of Balloons as far as the eye can see and dozens of safety concerns. If you are a visiting traveller, participant or observer, there are precautions you should take coming and going from the events. Drive safely. If you are behind the wheel pay attention. Albuquerque sees an uptick in […]

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Albuquerque Business Owners Discuss Break Ins

Let’s face it. One of the things Albuquerque tops the charts for is crime. It’s sad, but true. Criminals are hitting business owners in unexpected ways. There’s the brazen, like repeated vehicle drive throughs. The burglars have been crashing their vehicle through a store front, usually a gun store, and steal the weapons. And there […]

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Back to School Safety 101 – Situational Awareness

In the age of the bullet-proof backpacks, you will forgive us for beginning school safety with a discussion of situational awareness. Many of us remember fire drills, tornado drills, even bomb drills, but kids in school today have started practicing the “active shooter” drill. Teachers are being trained that once you lock the door, that’s […]

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