Private Investigator Manchester announce safety measures while Police Step Up Patrols as Halloween and Bonfire Night approaches.
The private investigator service has announced its services in stamping out anti-social behaviour during Halloween and misuse of fireworks during Bonfire Night in light of the Police announcing that they are stepping up their patrols.
(PRWEB UK) 1 November 2012
A recent report by Bianca Castro has detailed that Police are stepping up patrols during Halloween and Bonfire Night to stamp out anti-social behaviour. This year is hoped to be the safest on record for many reasons. Anti-Social behaviour can cover a myriad of activities including misuse of fireworks or the selling of illegal fireworks, burglary and theft from homes and shops as well as bullying or being a public nuisance.
During the run up to to Halloween and Bonfire Night Private Investigator Manchester have been called upon to help with keeping people safe. This includes installing burglar alarms and CCTV to people's homes and business premises, giving advice and information about safe trick or treating and where to buy fireworks and how to use them safely.
A spokesperson from Private Investigator Manchester said:
“This is an exciting and fun filled time, especially for children, however it can all too easily turn sour. By putting a few preventative measures in place like giving your children rules when it comes to trick or treating or making sure you only purchase fireworks from a reputable seller your evening's entertainment should run smoothly. Other things to consider doing are fitting a CCTV system into your home or business or hiring a private detective to carry out a session of surveillance on your property while you out”
Private Investigator Manchester along with their sister company UK Investigator are a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years' experience in the business. Their understanding and approachable team of unisex detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.
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