When you are at home or on the street you have an advantage: You can see the thief as they are taking pictures or videos of your property.
The thief is less likely to notice that you have a camera in your front yard or on your car.
It is a good idea to keep your valuables on you.
Also, you have the benefit of a thief watching your property, which makes it much harder to rob.
But what if you live in a high-crime area?
You could be the next victim of a criminal act.
This article will help you determine if you have been a victim of crime.
It may also help you decide whether you need a home security company.
How to Determine if You Have Been a Victim of Crime The first step is to figure out if you are the victim of criminal activity.
The FBI’s National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) tracks crime in the United States.
The NIBRS is available online and on mobile devices.
If you are a victim, the FBI will provide a report about your case to you.
The report will detail the criminal activity and identify the suspects.
You may also be contacted by law enforcement officials if you need to make a complaint about the crime.
To determine if your property is a target, you can use the FBI’s NIBPS crime mapping tool.
The crime mapping service will show you which cities and towns have the highest crime rates, the lowest crime rates and the most high crime rates.
You can search by city, town, ZIP code or by crime type, such as burglary, robbery or sex crimes.
The tool will also tell you if the crime is targeting specific people or groups, such a a race, religion, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.
You will also be able to see how the crime affected your family, friends or neighbors.
You could also use the tool to find out if the police department in your area has a crime mapping program.
For example, if you reside in a small town in New York City, you may want to search the crime map to find the crime that has been reported in your community.
The more detailed the crime, the higher the chance that it may be related to your property or your personal information.
If the crime was committed in your home, you should look at the property damage, the time of day, the type of burglary, whether the property was in an area with a curfew, the street names and addresses of nearby businesses, the number of vehicles parked on the property, the location of the victim and the number and location of witnesses.
You might also want to look at crime in nearby communities to see if it has been committed there as well.
You should also be sure to check to see whether there are signs posted at the door that alert residents to the presence of the suspect.
The best way to know if you were the victim is to call the local police department and request a report from the NIBR.
You also can get more information about crime prevention through the FBI Crime Map, a public service by the NBIRS.
The Crime Map is available on the FBI website and you can search using the keyword burglary.
You are also encouraged to visit www.fbi.gov/crimes to learn more about crime statistics and how they can help you protect yourself.
How you can help Determine If You Have been a Victim How can you help prevent crimes from taking place?
One of the most important things to remember when dealing with a crime is to make sure that your personal and financial security is well protected.
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has developed a list of resources and services that can help protect you.
For instance, NIJ also provides the NIJ Crime Victim Protection Program (CVPP) which offers resources to victims of crime including information and advice on how to get out of a difficult situation.
You and your family members should be aware of the following resources to help protect yourself and your loved ones: Crime Prevention Strategies: NIJ’s Crime Prevention Strategy offers advice on preventing crime, including strategies to reduce risk.
You do not need to pay a fee to access the Crime Prevention Plan, but you can receive updates on crime prevention and other information from the Crime Victims Fund (CVPF).
NIJ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The CVPF, which is funded by taxpayers and is run by the Justice Department, helps victims of crimes recover and recover money for their family and community.
Learn more about NIJs Crime Prevention Program at www.nij.gov.
The American Society of Civil Engineers has a Crime Prevention Toolkit.
It provides information on how you can improve your safety and protection by taking the following steps: Using your smart phone or other smart device to stay up-to-date on crime in your neighborhood.
Download and sign up for NIJ crime alert service.