This is how you can protect yourself against sex offenders entering your property.
Here are some steps to take if you suspect someone of being a sex criminal.1.
Know who you’re dealing with.2.
Make a list of any security cameras that are in your home or businesses.3.
Set up your own security cameras in the room where you are dealing with the offender.4.
Have a trusted adult at your house or workplace to supervise your children and pets.5.
Be aware that some people with no previous criminal record may be able to get their hands on your property, even if they have no criminal history.6.
Make sure you have written notice of your home address and telephone number on the door, inside and outside your home.7.
Make it a point to check your security camera footage whenever you are home.8.
Be sure that the offender doesn’t enter your home through a window.9.
Be wary of people with the same names as you.
If you think someone is in your name, ask yourself, “Is that the same person?”10.
Do you know who else lives in the house?
If not, report it to the police.11.
Do the right thing: If you suspect a sex crime, report the crime to the local police department.12.
Make your property available to the authorities, but make sure it is locked and secured.13.
Do not allow the offender access to your children or pets.14.
If someone tries to enter your property through a closed window, call 911.15.
Report the offender to the nearest law enforcement agency.16.
If your child has a history of sexual abuse or assault, call the local child protective agency.