Home Security

Physical security constitutes 90% of burglary prevention. If your home is locked and unauthorized entry is made difficult, time consuming, and conspicuous, chances of a successful burglary are minimized.

If you are interested in a program, please contact Captain Randy Cass at 704-924-4035 or email randy.cass@co.iredell.nc.us
  1. Bicycle Theft
  2. Exterior Safety
  3. Interior Safety
  4. Travel Safety
  5. Vehicle Theft
Bicycle Theft
In order to deter a potential thief, a bicycle should have its owner's North Carolina Drivers License or other identification number engraved on its frame. This number, along with the bicycle's serial number and description, should be recorded and kept on hand for police in case of a theft. A few proactive steps can also be taken to increase the security of your bicycle:
  • Never leave your bicycle unattended.
  • Always store your bicycle in a safe place.
  • If you cannot store your bike inside, secure it from theft with a good chain and lock.
  • Avoid leaving even a locked bicycle in a public area overnight.
  • Do not leave detachable items unsecured on your bicycle. If you have a pouch for carrying money and small items attached to your seat, empty it or take it with you.

 If you are interested in a program, please contact Captain Randy Cass at 704-924-4035 or email randy.cass@co.iredell.nc.us