Surveys have revealed that when asked what people worry most about for themselves and their family 45 per cent of them said 'Crime'. Only 27 per cent had taken any personal steps to increase their own security - mainly because people don't know what steps to take. D G Conway has written this book to seriously address these worries, and to deliver practical, relevant and expert advice. Based on his experience as a security consultant and over 20 years police service, D G Conway describes a range of crimes against the person, offering advice together with over 600 countermeasures that the average person can take to avoid that crime. He will teach you how to perform a security review on various different aspects of your life to identify and resolve any threats, vulnerabilities and risks. It includes: protecting yourself against credit card theft and fraud; protecting yourself and your children from physical harm; keeping your car secure; dealing with bogus callers and nuisance telephone calls; and reducing the risks from terrorism.
Quite simply, Des Conway's goal in this book is to help you identify the circumstances in which you are vulnerable and in everything you do, to take simple and reasonable steps to make sure that you don't become the victim of a crime.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group