1. Apartment Security
  2. Automobile Security
  3. Home Window Security
  4. Home Yard Security
Apartment Security
If you live in an apartment or condominium, follow the same rules about cars, keys and locks, but add these to your checklist:
  • Keep outer main doors locked. Do not press the buzzer to release the door unless you are certain who is requesting entrance.
  • Look through the peephole before opening the door.
  • Cooperate with other tenants in notifying building superintendent of suspicious looking strangers, sounds, or actions in hallways.
  • Place supplemental locks on windows or doors that open onto fire escapes, terraces, and balconies.