Archive:  February 2018

14
Feb
2018

Feeling Neighbourly??

February 14th, 2018 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    36   

Gardening is a great way to meet your neighbours. While I spent last summer waging a desperate war against weeds, I met all sorts of passers-by, curio


More


14
Feb
2018

Fire Safety for Older Adults

February 14th, 2018 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    2   

Many seniors live alone, putting them at greater risk in a fire. Medications and physical ailments may also impair mobility or the ability to make quick decisions. Following these fire safety tips, however, can prevent injuries:


More


14
Feb
2018

Child Sex Offender Residing in Vancouver

February 14th, 2018 | by admin admin | in News |    55   

On February 4, 2011, the Vancouver Police issued a public warning that Kenneth


More


14
Feb
2018

Ready to Work Out at the Gym?

February 14th, 2018 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    1   

It is the stuff of urban legends. After too much turkey and too little exercise, you resolve to hit the gym in 2012. After all, it’ll cost you less than the price of your daily latté—if you work out thre


More


14
Feb
2018

Watching Your Home from Anywhere

February 14th, 2018 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   

Local thieves have been busy. The Vancouver Police Department’s new Property Office is holding more than 500 stolen bikes, including 62 seized last week. Meanwhile, clever crooks have been cutting open automatic garage doors of South Va


More


12
Feb
2016

Choosing the Right Security System for Your Business

February 12th, 2016 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    76   

Video analytics. Alarm verification. Remote video monitoring. With so many options and new technology, how do you choose a security system that works for your business?


More


18
Feb
2015

Button Batteries Can Burn and Kill

February 18th, 2015 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    0   

Eight-month-old Devon Hacche, New Zealand, will never speak and may never breathe on his own again. All because he swallowed a shiny button battery in December. The battery lodged in his esophagus and reacted with his saliva to create caustic sod


More


02
Feb
2015

Stolen Property Recovered from Construction Sites

February 2nd, 2015 | by admin admin | in News |    4   

Thanks to multiple police agencies, two alleged construction thieves were arrested and suspected stolen property worth thousands of dollars was recovered last week. Does some of that property belong to your company?


More


25
Feb
2014

Police Warn Smartphone Theft Increasing

February 25th, 2014 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    1   

Last December, a young girl was heading home after an evening with friends. She walked, alone, from the bus stop at Kingsway and Earles in Vancouver around 11 p.m. A man approached her, asking for the time.


More


13
Feb
2014

Safety on the Slopes

February 13th, 2014 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    6   

Rain next week means local mountains are expecting fresh powder—finally. Before you head for the slopes, here are some facts to consider.


More


20
Feb
2013

He Did What? Fun Video Surveillance Clips

February 20th, 2013 | by admin admin | in |    1   

So, you thought video surveillance cameras were invented to catch burglars and prevent break-and-enters? Well, it turns out security cameras also capture humanity at its finest.


More


13
Feb
2013

Amanda Todd and Bullying

February 13th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    10   

Last fall, when 15-year-old Amanda Todd committed suicide in Port Coquitlam, her YouTube video about being bullied and blackmailed attracted global attention.


More


13
Feb
2013

RCMP Hunting for Bank Robber

February 13th, 2013 | by admin admin | in News |    41   

Have you seen this man? Surrey RCMP want your help in locating Robert John Paton, suspected of robbing several financial institutions in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley and Burnaby.


More


13
Feb
2013

Keep Thieves Off Your Gift List

February 13th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   

Holiday shopping? So are thieves. That’s why B.C. police forces are warning you not to be too generous. Your car, your purse, your house offer crooks a deal they can’t refuse.


More


13
Feb
2013

Watching Out for Crime

February 13th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   

Last week, Vancouver Police arrested four suspects and recovered two large vans of stolen construction equipment. The arrests followed a six-week investigation into a rash of commercial and residential break-and-enters targeting buildings under c


More


13
Feb
2013

Preventing Gas Theft

February 13th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   

Kevin Lin, a small business owner in Richmond, surveyed the damage. It would cost $300 to replace the gas tank in his company van. All because someone had drilled a hole to steal a few dollars’ worth of gas.


More


13
Feb
2013

Twas the Night of Halloween

February 13th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    0   

Twas the night of Hallowe’en, when all through the home
The children were bursting, ready to roam
The candles were set in the pumpkins with care
In hopes that l’il goblins soon would be ther


More


13
Feb
2013

10 Hidden Fire Hazards in Your Home

February 13th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    0   

Did you know that, on average, eight Canadians die from fire every week? And, according to fire chiefs across Canada, far too many of those deaths are preventable.


More


05
Feb
2013

US Energy Department, Twitter Hacked: What Next?

February 5th, 2013 | by admin admin | in News |    9   

On February 4, news spread of a major online attack on the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Washington headquarters. Sophisticated hackers stole the personal data of several hundred employees and contractors, but no classified informatio


More


23
Feb
2012

Facebook and Other Scams, Part 2

February 23rd, 2012 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   


More


23
Feb
2011

Is Your Child Sleeping Safely?

February 23rd, 2011 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    1   


More


17
Feb
2011

Prevent Flooding and Water Damage

February 17th, 2011 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    0   


More


02
Feb
2011

VPD Warns of Purse Snatchings

February 2nd, 2011 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    42   


More


free assessment
CLAIM YOUR FREE NO-OBLIGATION
SECURITY ASSESSMENT TODAY
Click on the live chat button at right to connect with one of our security experts.
FREE ASSESSMENT
© 2018 Radius Security. All Rights Reserved.
scroll up