11/02/2011

Let There Be Security Light

 
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November 2011 Vol. 6, Issue 11
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Let There Be Security Light

Security starts with lighting. Don’t believe it? Appropriate lighting makes people who belong in a space feel safe and trespassers uncomfortable. Combine visible cameras and appropriate CPTED lighting to send potential malefactors packing.

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Exterior Lighting for Safety and Security Exterior Lighting for Safety and Security
Poorly lit spaces after dark invite crime and increase the likelihood of accidents.
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Make Your Building Unattractive To Security Threats Make Your Building Unattractive To Security Threats
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Budget-Friendly Ways to Address Light Pollution Budget-Friendly Ways to Address Light Pollution
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