Home and property security

Car security

Motor vehicle theft impacts upon our livelihoods, our ability to work, socialise, travel and complete our daily tasks.

There are practical steps you can take to make your car a less-appealing target to would-be thieves.

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Safety around the home

People who commit break-ins are often opportunistic, meaning they will only commit a crime if the opportunity presents itself, like an open door or window or if valuables are within public view.

The best way to assess your home is to look at it through the eyes of a potential burglar. The following fact sheet is intended to help you find steps you can take to reduce the opportunity for a crime to occur in and around your home.

For more information, download the Security around the home fact sheet (PDF 160 KB).

Protecting your business

There are many types of business crime, the most common being:

  • shoplifting
  • robbery
  • burglary
  • malicious damage (i.e. graffiti and vandalism)
  • fraud.

The cost of these crimes can extend far beyond financial impact - they may also affect the reputation of your business, your brand and future sales. Having strategies to protect you from business crime can help reduce the risk to your business.

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Construction crime prevention

Construction site crime is expensive, can delay project schedules and can also give your business a bad reputation!

Read more about construction site crime prevention