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If you are thinking about the installation of an alarm system in your home it is worth taking into account that the police response to alarm activations varies according to the type of alarm installed. In recent years the percentage of false alarm calls caused by either equipment, communication or user error represents in excess of 92% of all alarm activations nationally. In order to redress the balance in favour of genuine calls, the ACPO Unified Intruder Alarm Policy has been adopted by the police, in which two types of alarms are defined, together with the relevant police response.

Burglar or intrusion alarms are systems designed to detect unauthorized entry into a building or area. They consist of an array of sensors, a control panel, and an alerting system which senses intruders by many methods such as monitoring door and window contacts, by passive infrared motion detectors, ultrasound, vibration, electric or magnetic fields, or microwaves. Sensors may be directly wired to a control panel that provide sensor power, or may communicate wirelessly.

Some alarm systems serve a single purpose of burglar or fire protection. Combination systems provide both fire and intrusion protection. Intrusion alarm systems may also be combined with closed-circuit television surveillance systems to automatically record the activities of intruders, and may interface to access control systems for electrically locked doors. Systems range from small, self-contained noisemakers, to complicated, multi-zoned systems with color-coded computer monitor outputs.


Considering the fact that a burglary occurs every 15 seconds, can you afford to be without protection? The answer is simply no, but knowing how to get the right kind of protection is paramount.

Recent studies suggest that homes without alarm systems are three times more likely to be burglarised than homes with alarm systems. Your household is probably already among the growing number of families who feel the peace of mind of having an alarm system in their home.

But is your Alarm System enough to deter the most determined criminal?

Most standard alarm systems cover the basics: a keypad, door and window sensors, and motion detectors. While these components offer a great deal of protection for your home they invariably do not offer complete personal and property protection.


Your current alarm system may not be as effective as you would believe. Your home and personal security needs to be reviewed, upgraded and improved. Would you go 10 years without getting your car tuned? Would you wait five years to go to the doctor for a check-up? Statistics show that single-family homes are the most likely target for criminals.


Criminals are more violent than they have ever been in the past. Fearless career criminals are not deterred by even the most sophisticated monitored alarms systems or any elaborate CCTV cameras.

In the event that your current alarm system is activated it is not designed to defend you or your loved ones from a violent personal attack in the event of a home invasion or burglary and in many events they may not even protect against possible loss of personal property.

With the current reduction in policing levels and the high false alarm rates you can no longer rely on effective police response times………….the criminals know and often take advantage of this fact also.

Possibly, the only available security system that can safely place the odds back in your favour is the introduction and deployment of Stealth Defence Combat 360. This unique, powerful and dramatic technology that works on the principal that “if they can’t see you, they can’t attack you”. Also an intruder “can’t steal what they can’t see”. Stealth Defence has the potential of making you and your valuables invisible.

The confrontational deployment of Stealth Defence Combat 360 will effect at least 4 of the five human senses that no criminal can ever ignore.