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Another study by ­­­­­Rutgers found that an increase in the number of home security systems in an area correlated with a decrease in the number of residential robberies, even for people who didn’t have their own security system. Best OverallArlo QThe Arlo Q is an excellent security camera with great video quality, strong motion and sound detection and a generous free cloud storage plan. View SiteBest Battery Powered CameraArlo UltraThis 4K camera delivers some of the best video we've seen. View SiteBest 1080p Battery Powered CameraArlo Pro 2The Netgear Arlo Pro 2 provides a great combination of software, free cloud storage and video quality. View SiteNeed to keep an eye on your house from anywhere?Small, stand alone Wi Fi or wireless security cameras also called IP cameras are easy to set up; can stream video to your phone, tablet or PC; and will send you alerts if they detect motion or loud noises. Most cameras also provide night vision and automatic motion activated recording, and some can be connected to other smart home products, such as security systems and smart lights. After testing dozens of wired and wireless options, our favorite security camera is the Arlo Q $149. We found that it had the best software, the most flexible options and the most affordable cloud storage subscription plan of the home security cameras we tested. Our favorite fully wireless, battery operated camera is the Arlo Pro 2; this 1080p camera's rechargeable battery can last for up to six months, and features two way talk capabilities. If you're looking for something under $100, our favorite budget security camera is the $40 Wyze Cam Pan, which can track a subject across a room, and gives you 14 days of rolling cloud storage for free. Can't decide which Arlo camera you should get?We've put together this handy Arlo security camera buying guide.

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Want to read A Tale Of Two Cities?It’s on the Internet. Have a question about who the third person to land on the moon was?It’s on the Internet. However, want to be exposed to nudity, pedophiles, and thousands if not millions of other social deviants?You bet it’s on the Internet and just a key touch away from your child or grandchild. So, what do we do about this?First, we educate ourselves. Go to The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children website at and download their study “Online Victimization – A Report on the Nation’s Youth. ” This report will provide an eye opening look at the perils our children are under every time they access America Online, Compuserve, or the Internet via the local Internet Service Provider.

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When burglary or theft reports are reviewed, it is striking how many similarities there are in the reports. Often, doors and windows were left unlocked, alarm systems were not activated, a few homes were not properly illuminated, and many doors had dead bolt locks – but, they were not used. While you are performing your spring cleaning be sure to take a look at your home like a burglar might do, and try to make your home more resistant to an intruder. Below is a security check list which may assist you as you take on this important task. If you plan on heading out of town and will be away from your home for even a few days, be sure to let a trusted neighbor or friend know so they can tend to your home. Their duties may include picking up newspapers, mail or even turning on different lights inside of your home. Consider the opportunity of establishing a neighborhood watch through the Blue Springs Police Department Crime Prevention Unit. You may find that it gives you the opportunity to better know your neighbors while making everyone safer. Do you have questions or concerns about the security of your home?Please don’t hesitate to contact the Blue Springs Police Department Crime Prevention unit at or by phone at 816 228 0178, and ask for Sgt. Allen Kintz or Officer Janet Jarvis. This cost effective home security alarm system kit features a built in magnetic contact sensor and PIR passive infrared motion sensor to detect any forceful break in, activating the alarm to scare off intruders.

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