"Good" neighborhoods typically have more goodies to steal.
Might be an opportunity to swap the manually-switched lighting to motion-sensing security lighting.They heard a noise at their back door around midnight. They looked out and saw footprints in the fresh snow. It sounds like them turning on lights scares the potential intruder away.
I've been telling people this for years!!!"Good" neighborhoods typically have more goodies to steal.
Heck, they've had murders in police station lobbies!:yup:Anytime, anyplace--even a murder in military base housing...
I disagree that a person cannot maintain some situational awareness at most waking moments, at minimum to the point of taking in surroundings, being aware of the major elements swirling around us, taking standard, well-practiced precautions (which don't take barely a thought, any longer, due to experience).How often do we "all" have our guard down?
I have my guard down and condition "white" when at home, doing yard work, sleeping.
Seems to me we can't practice situational awareness (SA) 100% of the time, even at home. Heck, you can't even practice SA in combat when the enemy is near 100% of the time. A persons mind can not stay on alert for long periods of time and focus on a number of other things.