Improved Internal Security Needed as Police Send Letters to Homes and Businesses

Telford, England -- (SBWire) -- 02/24/2016 --There appears to be an increased urgency for homes and businesses across the UK as a whole to not just secure their premises, but secure valuable contents too. This comes following a rise of burglaries in cities across the UK, where thieves have been targeting specific valuables - such as sums of cash and jewellery – which is often the case considering these are goods acquired over Christmas time. The situation reached such severe levels that the metropolitan police posed warnings directly to residents across cities such as Liverpool and further afield, advising people to stay vigilant. This police action, directly addressing individual premises, shows the importance of premise-level security measures being taken. It is expected that a big resultant trend will be in methods of security such as safes, which allow valuables to be secured on-site.

Investing in safes and security systems for homes and businesses is important. This is particularly the case following the cash-fuelled burglaries, as it provides a method of people still being able to keep their assets close to them, without the worry that they are vulnerable. Keen to comment on this was SMP Security, a prime provider of cash safes:

"That the police are sending letters to people's homes and business premises shows a focus on internal security – the systems we have inside – is necessary. Some people think that safes are just for banks or particularly large sums of money; but here at SMP Security we uphold that safes are an important investment and give you that piece of mind that your valuables are secure, whether at home or work."

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