Anthony Dohrmann LaserShield
Initially, in 2015, an interview with Anthony Dohrmann LaserShield CEO was published on Newswire. It was a in-depth conversation concerning home safety, especially among the elderly.
Anthony stated that according to the Department of Justice, there are two general categories of financial crimes against the elderly: fraud committed by strangers, and financial exploitation by relatives and caregivers. Elders seem to be easily targeted. Due to being poorly informed, alone, and with slower reactions, they can make easier prey. Senior citizens are frequent victims of crime, and the problem is only getting worse.
“There are over 40 million seniors and over 10,000 people in America who turn age 65 everyday. This means the population of elderly is growing, and for criminals, it means expanding opportunity”, said Anthony Dohrmann, CEO of the Electronic Caregiver Company.
Additionally, according to the Administration on Aging, by age 75 nearly half of all women live alone, and criminals are watching. Consequently, woman are viewed by criminals as exceptionally vulnerable. Look at it through the criminals eyes.
“First of all, if you’re an aging individual you’re seen as a person who is less agile, who also has diminished hearing and vision, and who moves a bit slower. Then, you’re less likely to be able to identify a threat, less likely to wake during an intrusion, and less able to defend yourself. Covertly, criminals are found to be less empathetic and perceive the elderly as declining in health, and likely not to miss stolen possessions as much. They are selfish.” Dorhmann stated emphatically.
Anthony Dohrmann; CEO of LaserShield provides some tips to help people make their environments safer:
Consequently, Dohrmann says there are things you can do to make yourself safer:
#1 Lock your doors and windows, and don’t leave the side or garage to house door unlocked.
#2 Plant thorny shrubs under ground floor windows to deter intruders, especially in concealed areas like rear of house.
#3 Use inexpensive light timers and plug lamps into them to give your home a lived-in look.
#4 Avoid letting mail pile up on driveways and porches.
#5 Put up a beware of dog sign and decals.
#6 Keep windows and shades closed so thieves can’t take inventory from outside.
#7 Keep a radio or television playing when you’re away, and hang a small bell from the knob of your entry doors.
#8 Don’t depart and return when it’s dark if you’re alone. Ask someone to go with you, or ask a neighbor to meet you outside.
#9 Fly an American flag outside. Thieves believe flag flyers have firearms.
#10 Get a LaserShield security system. Incredibly affordable, these systems come with yard signs, window decals and additional deterrents.
There is NO substitute:
Anthony Dohrmann LaserShield CEO knows there is no substitute for being aware and prepared. “Locks, lights and look. Don’t exit the car is a stranger pulls up behind you. Flash lights and honk your horn. Keep your purses and wallets tightly held and close. Keep a safe distance between you and others.”
Additionally, “Don’t engage in conversations by phone with strangers. Just because someone claims to be calling from your bank, don’t believe them and don’t give out personal information. Ask for a phone number and call them back. Also, when claims are made that you’ve won something, hang up on those people or throw away that mail.”
And finally, just like tip # 10 stated, purchase a LaserShield System. It’s the world first plug and go system for homes and small business. It’s incredibly easy to set up and amazingly efficient. Don’t let the bad guys win this war. Conversely, by being smart you keep your dignity! Find out all about how we can customize your system right here: