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  • Shrubbery & trees can be used as concealment for an intruder The 6’2 foot rule should be observed Trim from window area Trim from Door and Entry area Natural Surveillance – Neighbors, passersby and Police Officers can observe any criminal activity that may occur.
  • Shrubbery & trees can be used as concealment for an intruder The 6’2 foot rule should be observed Trim from window area Trim from Door and Entry area Natural Surveillance – Neighbors, passersby and Police Officers can observe any criminal activity that may occur.
  • Shrubbery & trees can be used as concealment for an intruder The 6’2 foot rule should be observed Trim from window area Trim from Door and Entry area Natural Surveillance – Neighbors, passersby and Police Officers can observe any criminal activity that may occur.
  • Shrubbery & trees can be used as concealment for an intruder The 6’2 foot rule should be observed Trim from window area Trim from Door and Entry area Natural Surveillance – Neighbors, passersby and Police Officers can observe any criminal activity that may occur.
  • Lighting is the #1 deterrent for intruders at night. Ideally, lighting should be at all points of entry doors or windows. Lighting should be use regularly not just when the occupant is away; because this establishes a pattern that can be use to determine vacancy. Lighting should maximize field of view while reducing any shadows that can be used for concealment.
  • Lighting is the #1 deterrent for intruders at night. Ideally, lighting should be at all points of entry doors or windows. Lighting should be use regularly not just when the occupant is away; because this establishes a pattern that can be use to determine vacancy. Lighting should maximize field of view while reducing any shadows that can be used for concealment.
  • Lighting is the #1 deterrent for intruders at night. Ideally, lighting should be at all points of entry doors or windows. Lighting should be use regularly not just when the occupant is away; because this establishes a pattern that can be use to determine vacancy. Lighting should maximize field of view while reducing any shadows that can be used for concealment.
  • Lighting is the #1 deterrent for intruders at night. Ideally, lighting should be at all points of entry doors or windows. Lighting should be use regularly not just when the occupant is away; because this establishes a pattern that can be use to determine vacancy. Lighting should maximize field of view while reducing any shadows that can be used for concealment.
  • Make sure house number are readable from the street; day or night. House number should be painted a contrasting color or made larger in order to increase their readability This will dramatically assist fire, Police and ambulance personnel in locating address
  • Make sure house number are readable from the street; day or night. House number should be painted a contrasting color or made larger in order to increase their readability This will dramatically assist fire, Police and ambulance personnel in locating address
  • The Hollow core door should not be used as an exterior door. Many of the security measures that will be suggested for the other types of doors could be used on this door; however, due to its basic weak design and construction, it will withstand only a minimal amount of force.
  • The structural integrity of metal and solid core doors is often compromised when glass panes are installed in or around the door.
  • Although decorative, these types of doors do present a security problem. Many of the inactive doors are secured only by a light sliding surface bolt. These bolts should be replaced with lever extension flush bolts. Another solution is to permanently secure the inactive door. Dead bolt should be installed on the active door.
  • The structural integrity of metal and solid core doors is often compromised when glass panes are installed in or around the door. You can fix this by Installing a single or double cylinder deadbolt lock with a 1-inch throw or more. When a glass pane within 40 inches of the lock, a double cylinder deadbolt may be the better choice. (use 2 – 3 inch long screws)
  • The door frame is the decorative soft wood, usually ¾ inches thick, that surrounds the door, often with an air space between the frame and sub frame, which consists of 2” x 4”s. It is not unusual for ¾ inches screws to be used to attach the hinges and strike plates of a door to the frame. This presents a situation where moderate force used against the locked door will splinter the frame, causing the strike plate to give way and allowing entry to be gained. Measures can be taken to reinforce the frame. Check to see if there is an air space between the frame and sub frame. If there is, fill that space with a piece of plywood that needs to extend only 2 or 3 inches above and below where any screws will be attached to the frame. Then use 2 to 3 inch fully threaded screws to secure the strike plate and hinges to the frame. This will anchor the hardware to the subframe and effectively enhance its ability to withstand force.

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  • 1.  
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  • 3. 2400 W. 33 rd St. Orlando, Fl 32839 407-836-8654 DFC Stanley Murray
  • 4.
    • www.ocso.com
  • 5.  
  • 6.
      • ILP - Intelligence sharing
      • Coordinated Crime Control
      • Identified through Crime Analysis
      • Target crime patterns
      • Understanding crime trends
      • Daily, weekly, bi-weekly updates
      • New technology at minimal costs
  • 7.
    • Patrol Perspective
    • Reactive / Proactive
    • Specialty Units
      • POPS, Detectives (numerous), Tactical, Air Support, Bikes, Mounted, Marine, Agricultural, Civilian Support, Volunteerism.
      • Special Projects / Crime Prevention – work through nontraditional police tactics (closed 14 locations)
      • 1507 Sworn, 676 Civilians, 300 School Xing, 641 Volunteers (Reserve D/S, Mounted Posse, Parking Enforcement, Task Force, Citizens on Patrol, etc.)
      • Managing well over 3,000 employees!
      • Safe Neighborhood Grants
  • 8.
    • 100% Anonymous
    • Never Testify
    • You Get a Tip Personal Number
    • You Could Get a Cash Reward
    • 800-423-TIPS or 800-423-8477
  • 9.
    • Home Security Survey Exterior-Interior
    • Neighborhood Watch Program
  • 10. DESIRE ABILITY OPPORTUNITY
  • 11. Presented by: DFC Stanley Murray Orange County Sheriffs Office Home Security Survey
  • 12.  
  • 13.
    • Shrubbery & trees can be used as concealment for an intruder
    • The 6’2 foot rule should be observed
    • Trim from window area
    • Trim from Door and Entry area
    • Natural Surveillance – Neighbors, passersby and Police Officers can observe any criminal activity that may occur.
  • 14. Excessive Shrubbery & Trees
  • 15.
    • The 6 foot 2 foot rule not observed
    • Trim from window area
    • Trim from Door and Entry area
  • 16. Recommended Shrubbery and Trees
  • 17.
    • Fences can present a security problem; privacy or stockade fences may offer concealment for intruder.
  • 18.
    • Chain link fences can be seen through and, therefore, present very limited concealment.
    • Padlocks on gates of fences, may delay an intruder who is attempting to remove large items from the residence via the fenced yard.
  • 19.  
  • 20.
    • Lighting is the #1 deterrent for intruders at night.
    • Ideally, lighting should be at all points of entry doors or windows.
    • Lighting should be use regularly not just when the occupant is away; because this establishes a pattern that can be use to determine vacancy.
    • Lighting should maximize field of view while reducing any shadows that can be used for concealment.
  • 21.  
  • 22.  
  • 23.  
  • 24.  
  • 25.
    • Make sure house number are readable from the street; day or night.
    • House number should be painted a contrasting color or made larger in order to increase their readability
    • This will dramatically assist fire, Police and ambulance personnel in locating address
  • 26.
    • There are basically four types of exterior doors found on most residences:
    • Hollow Core
    • Solid Core
    • Metal
    • Double Doors/French
  • 27.
    • The Hollow core door should not be used as an exterior door.
    • Many of the security measures that will be suggested for the other types of doors could be used on this door; however, due to its basic weak design and construction, it will withstand only a minimal amount of force.
  • 28.
    • Will greatly enhance the security of entrances.
    • Many times the frame is weaker than the door itself.
  • 29.
    • The structural integrity of metal and solid core doors is often compromised when glass panes are installed in or around the door.
      • When a glass pane is within 40 inches of the lock, a double cylinder deadbolt may be the better choice.
  • 30.
    • Although decorative, these types of doors do present a security problem.
    • Many of the inactive doors are secured only by a light sliding surface bolt.
    • These bolts should be replaced with lever extension flush bolts.
    • Another solution is to permanently secure the inactive door.
    • Dead bolt should be installed on the active door.
    Double Doors French Doors
  • 31.
    • Single Cylinder – Thumb turn on the interior; advantage convenient when exiting in case of an emergency
    • No thumb turn; most use keys on both sides
    • Both have a rotating case hardened shroud that prevent them from being twisted with a pair of pliers.
    • The most effective locks will feature bolts or throws that are at least one inch long.
    Single cylinder Double cylinder
  • 32.  
  • 33.
    • The door frame wood is usually ¾ inches thick, that surrounds the door, often with an air space between the frame and sub frame, which consists of 2” x 4”s. It is not unusual for ¾ inches screws to be used to attach the hinges and strike plates of a door to the frame. This presents a situation where moderate force used against the locked door will splinter the frame, causing the strike plate to give way and allowing entry to be gained.
    • Check to see if there is an air space between the frame and sub frame. If there is, use 2 to 3 inch fully threaded screws to secure the strike plate and hinges to the frame. This will anchor the hardware to the frame.
  • 34.  
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    • Should be installed with 2 to 3 inch fully threaded screws so hinges are anchored to the sub-frame.
    • Hinges can be pinned by installing a partially threaded screw into the frame side of hinge.
    • To prevent door from being lifted out, a hole is drilled into the door and hinge on the opposite side, so when door is shut, the exposed portion of the screw fits into the door.
  • 38.
    • The weakest area of many good doors with good locks is the strike plate, jamb and frame.
    • To strengthen any strike plate:
      • Mount it with screws at least three inches long to allow the screws to reach the stud.
  • 39.
    • The inactive side of a French door may be secured with head and foot flush bolts.
    • The bolts should extend past the door molding into the frame.
  • 40.
    • To further strengthen any door, add a protective collar of 16 to 20-gauge metal before installing the lock.
    • Used primarily on solid core doors to support the installation of a quality lock and reduce the likelihood of the door being pried open.
    • It also hide jimmy marks and short splits.
  • 41.
    • Padlocks
      • Made of case hardened steel
      • The heel and toe of the shackle should lock
    • Hasps
      • Should be made of case hardened steel and have rounded corners.
      • The eye should be one piece construction.
      • All screws that are used should be covered and 2 – 3 inches in length or
      • Bolts with nuts can be used.
  • 42.
    • Windows & Sliding Glass Doors present a vulnerable area. Here’s a few ways of securing these areas.
  • 43. Window Thumb Lock
  • 44. Sliding Lock Pin Lock
  • 45. Charlie Bar
  • 46. Deputy First Class Stanley Murray Sector IV Command Staff-Crime Prevention Sector IV Substation: Captain Al Rollins 2400 W. 33 rd Street Orlando, Florida 32805 Orange County Substation Sector IV 407-249-4500 (24) Hours Emergency Number 9-1-1 (24) Hours Non-Emergency 407-836-HELP Direct Number: 407-836-8654 EMAIL: [email_address] Visit us on the Web: www.ocso.com