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How to Keep Your Park Home Secure

Despite the fact that securing park homes and static caravans to the identical standard as your property may not always be possible, with some careful consideration you can make your park home less of a target to thieves.

How to Keep Your Park Home Secure

Selecting Your Holiday Park

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The existence of all or some of these security measures will demonstrate to you that the holiday park is tough on security:

– Search for a site which is a member of a local watch scheme. For example, the Caravan Park Watch scheme in Lincolnshire has seen a reduction of theft and caravan related crime drop by more than 45 per cent since its implementation in 2014. This is due to the security initiatives the organisation promotes.

– Research into how the park is managed, for example does the holiday park have regular patrolling or dedicated security? Is there CCTV or alarm system monitoring on-site?

How to Keep Your Park Home Secure

– Find out if the holiday park requests that residents empty their park homes when the season ends. Although inconvenient, it is the most important factor when preventing out-of-season crime in holiday park homes.

Property Registration and Marking

It is recommended that you register and mark your property, as well as advertising this by using clearly displayed window stickers.

Your holiday park may run a property registration scheme, in which case you should take part. These systems are becoming increasingly common, and as local criminals become more aware of their existence, the holiday park will be far less attractive as a target.

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Taking Property with You

Consider carefully which items you want to take with you when you go to the site; if something is not there, it cannot be stolen. The less you bring, the less you will have to worry about.

Security Measures

Property which is left in clear view near an open window or door is particularly vulnerable to snatch thefts. Therefore it is important to keep keys and valuables out of sight and reach.

Before installing intruder alarms it is important to consult with the manager of the holiday park to check their policy. These can be a cheap way to stop a thief, as they alert neighbours and site staff to potential problems.