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How easy is it to break into your home right now?

By on 3rd May 2019 in General, Uncategorised
How easy is it to break into your home right now?

Maybe it’s the kitchen door that doesn’t close properly or that window frame that’s loose… either one is a golden opportunity for an intruder to gain access to your home. As homeowners, if we had to really think about it, chances are that we could identify at least three easy access points into our home […]

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Who should have spare keys to your property?

By on 26th April 2019 in General, Tips & Hints
Who should have spare keys to your property?

Everyone leaves their home at some point, whether it’s to go to work, run errands, or go on holiday. The vast majority of people have a spare set of keys to their homes, but what most of them don’t realise is that hiding your spare key where anyone might find it is one of the […]

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Strand CID Public Safety officers hand in discarded ammunition at Strand Police

By on 26th August 2015 in Articles of Interest, General
Strand CID Public Safety officers hand in discarded ammunition at Strand Police

On Tuesday 25 August 2015 at 15:30 Strand CID Public Safety officers were on crime prevention foot patrols in Strand CBD when they were approached by a member of the public and informed of ammunition that had been discarded in Beach road Strand. The CID public officers investigated and discovered 14 .22rounds of ammunition discarded. […]

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Sponsored Trophies for Sports

By on 6th August 2015 in Articles of Interest, General
Sponsored Trophies for Sports

Secure Rite Security is sponsoring Trophies for a planned Sports event to be presented by Sports Against Crime South Africa in September 2015 in the Helderberg basin area. Secure Rite supports social crime prevention projects where youth in our communities can compete and enjoy themselves at a fun filled event without been intimidated by gangsters […]

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CID public safety officer evaluations

By on 27th July 2015 in Articles of Interest, General
CID public safety officer evaluations

On Monday 27 July 2015 Secure Rite training manager Herman Ras evaluated a group of CID public safety officer applicants and armed response officer applicants for the Somerset West CID. The officers were tested in fitness and their report writing abilities were tested. Over the next couple of weeks more evaluations will be done and […]

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Thank you SecureRite

By on 16th July 2015 in General
Thank you SecureRite

Thank_you_SecureRite.pdf “I want to express my appreciation of Secure Rite Security’s generosity in support of Sinekamva. Your personal commitment was incredibly helpful and allowed Sinekamva to reach our vision of assisting needy patients that need love. Your donation of an alarm system has allowed Sinekamva’s Care Centre (SCC) to be safe, secure and complete.” “SCC […]

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Dangerous weapons

By on 13th July 2015 in General
Dangerous weapons

Officers Mongamele Lupondwana, Frans Levitt, Gerrit Olivier, Danino Fielies and Tertius Bothma Secure Rite armed response officers and Neighborhood Watch support officers encounter criminals armed with all sorts of dangerous weapons almost on a daily basis. Officers need to be vigilant and their awareness must be 100% when they engage with suspicious elements. At Secure […]

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Fitness evaluation day at Secure Rite

By on 8th July 2015 in Articles of Interest, General
Fitness evaluation day at Secure Rite

On Wednesday 8 July 2015, a group of armed response applicants attended a fitness evaluation at Secure Rite base in Somerset West. The applicants did a 2.4 km run with a young officer with the best time of the day 9 minutes and 11 seconds. Officers also ran 25 meter shuttles and up and down […]

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Crime and Drugs: Kids – don’t do them

By on 3rd July 2015 in General
Crime and Drugs: Kids – don’t do them

On Friday 3 July 2015 at 09:00 Secure Rite Armed response , Sports Against Crime South Africa and The Neighborhood Watch Support officers presented a talk on crime and drugs to a group of approximately 60 kids between the ages of 6 and 14 at a Church in Fifth Street Rusthof Strand . The kids […]

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Hints & Tips from our Technical Dept.

By on 30th June 2015 in General, Tips & Hints
Hints & Tips from our Technical Dept.

To minimise false alarms. Please close all windows before leaving/ arming your house. Wind blowing the curtains or birds getting into the house can cause motion detectors to false alarm. Please make sure you switch off all Air conditioners and Fans before leaving / arming your house. Sudden changes in the ambient room temperature can […]

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