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# 109271 17-Sep-2012 10:48
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Well I arrived at work today to find that someone had broken a window, crawled under our sensors and taken some software! Thankfully not too much of value..

It's not stated in our lease agreement, but who normally covers glass and aluminium on the external interface of the building? Anyone able to recommend an Auckland based security person who can make some cost effective recommendations on how to secure our building a little better?



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  # 687019 17-Sep-2012 11:25
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Bloody thiefs. Hate those scum. I probably twould be saying your landlord. In regards to protection I'd go for bear traps :p




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  # 687027 17-Sep-2012 11:49
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Metallic floor plates placed at random places connected to car battery good start..... make it enticing to kneel/lie on one by placing enticing product on floor sitting on said plate.

Or a Rottweiler only fed every 3rd day.




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  # 687028 17-Sep-2012 11:51
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Get security bars/grilles behind windows like in the below link.

http://www.ralenti.co.nz/products/axon001.html




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  # 687030 17-Sep-2012 11:54
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Zeon:  In regards to protection I'd go for bear traps :p


s202(1) of the Crimes Act 1961 could have you going to jail for up to five years for that :P



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  # 687035 17-Sep-2012 11:57
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I was going to suggest glass break sensors attached to a cross bow with poison tips

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  # 687039 17-Sep-2012 11:58
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billgates: Get security bars/grilles behind windows like in the below link.

http://www.ralenti.co.nz/products/axon001.html


Wheres the fun in that ?

 




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  # 687040 17-Sep-2012 12:00
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xpd:

Wheres the fun in that ?

 


how about pit bulls?




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  # 687041 17-Sep-2012 12:00
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I have a German shepherd :)

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  # 687045 17-Sep-2012 12:05
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networkn: I have a German shepherd :)


Insert German Shepherd into Shop. 





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  # 687057 17-Sep-2012 12:20
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Future reference: Security screens seem to work quite well, trapping your burglar inside the store.


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  # 687079 17-Sep-2012 12:45
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I noticed one of them got out. So not so good for keeping the burglars, but BMWs.




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  # 687083 17-Sep-2012 12:53
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billgates: Get security bars/grilles behind windows like in the below link.

http://www.ralenti.co.nz/products/axon001.html


I like the security partitions that let you climb up to the roof, pop the ceiling tiles, crawl over the next ceiling tile, pop that, then drop down inside..


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  # 687085 17-Sep-2012 12:55
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kyhwana2:
billgates: Get security bars/grilles behind windows like in the below link.

http://www.ralenti.co.nz/products/axon001.html


I like the security partitions that let you climb up to the roof, pop the ceiling tiles, crawl over the next ceiling tile, pop that, then drop down inside..



Insert German Shepherd into ceiling.

All solutions come back to having a German shepherd.

And bacon.





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  # 687086 17-Sep-2012 12:59
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xpd: Metallic floor plates placed at random places connected to car battery good start..... make it enticing to kneel/lie on one by placing enticing product on floor sitting on said plate.

Or a Rottweiler only fed every 3rd day.

You can touch the two prongs of a car battery with no ill effect ?

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xpd:
kyhwana2:
billgates: Get security bars/grilles behind windows like in the below link.

http://www.ralenti.co.nz/products/axon001.html


I like the security partitions that let you climb up to the roof, pop the ceiling tiles, crawl over the next ceiling tile, pop that, then drop down inside..



Insert German Shepherd into ceiling.

All solutions come back to having a German shepherd.

And bacon.



Feed bacon to german shepard. Done!

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