Why should you protect your business from burglary?
Browse the news, and you’ll find many reports that crime rates have dropped around the world amid the coronavirus pandemic. And, indeed, there has been a decrease, as many people stay home to help flatten the curve.
But an overall drop in crime doesn’t mean your business is safe. Recent New York Police Department (NYPD) data shows that business-related burglaries have risen in New York City. Coronavirus closures and restrictions have led to an uptick in restaurant burglaries, too. Eateries from San Jose, Calif., to Washington, D.C., are reporting attempted break-ins, or break-ins that result in thousands of dollars of damages or stolen goods.
Now, more than ever, it’s important to know how to protect your business from burglary. And one of the safest and most efficient solutions is to invest in a virtual security service.