Securing Home and Business

  • ID: 1763187
  • Book
  • 310 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Securing Home and Business provides the most practical information available on safekeeping buildings such as homes, malls, office parks, retail manufacturers and restaurants.

Taken from interviews with professional burglars, this book describes where intrusions most often occur, how burglars are most likely to enter the premises and the burglar's most common actions taken once on the premises. Additionally, Securing Home and Business contains essential marketing and management strategies needed by security professionals, including how to market security services, how to approach potential customers, the nature of customer relations, device selection and placement.

  • Essential marketing and management strategies needed by security professionals
  • How to market security services
  • How to approach potential customers
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The burglars behavior
The choice of target
Effective security precautions
Cost benefit of alarms to the community
The effectiveness of alarm to insurers
The structure of the alarm industry
Marketing alarms
False alarm problem and private response
Legal issues
Success stories
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Blackstone, Erwin
Hakim, Simon
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