Quad4 Security Solutions

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To book a callout @ R285 (Pretoria)
Email
callout@quad4security.co.za
or telephone 079 496 7106

To book a meeting to draft a quote
or maintenance contract
Email
quote@quad4security.co.za
or telephone 079 496 7106

 All equipment purchased
can be pre-programmed
@ R200 per hour

    

Tips that may save your life

Why not subscribe to QUAD4 CRIMINAL ACTIVITY ALERT (Q4C) ?  It may very well save your life !

What is Q4C ?

An instant / weekly or monthly Alert with tips to improve your chances of surviving, should you fall prey

Why belong to Quad4 Alert ?

The face of criminal activities is ever evolving in order to facilitate successful criminal objectives. Wether this be to resell
stolen equipment / goods or to take pleasure in harming innocent public. The greatest aid in preventing / retarding successful criminal activities is
knowledge and awareness. The quicker you are informed the lower the risk of you or your family falling victim to the ever changing activities.


How does the subscription work ?

Each subscriber will be allocated a reference which is quoted when making a monthly EFT(Electronic Funds Transfer).
The subscriber will receive a instant sms / weekly email or monthly email report depending on the package chosen.
The information will be send out on the Monday of each week / Month and will be relevant from the last Monday after which 
payment is received. SMS will be limited to a maximum of two a day but national threats, major threats will be broadcasted regardless
of wether or not the limit has been reached.

Q4C is a monthly subscription that is remains active while the subscription fees are received by Quad4 Security Solutions 

Friendly Request

Quad4 Security asks that the emails be forwarded to immediate family only since there is a cost to compiling reports whether it be direct or indirectly, 
monetary or time based. Q4C can only be sustained through subscription.

What does Q4C cost ?

The cost depends on the specific package required.

The following packages are offered:

Q4C SMS Alert
The subscriber will receive sms's on violent crimes / trends in Gauteng to their stipulated cellular phone with tips or cautionary measures.

Q4C Weekly Email Alert
The subscriber will receive a weekly email regarding criminal activities in Gauteng and tips measures to prevent serious injury /death

Q4C Monthly Email Alert
The subscriber will receive a monthly report comprising of a consolidation of weekly reports for the specific month.

Q4C Catch Up  Email Alert
The subscriber can request a complete consolidation of Criminal Activities since the start of Q4C.

What do the packages cost ?

 SMS Alert

 R90

 Weekly Email Alert

 R60

 Monthly Email Alert

 R40

 Catch Up email Alert

 R149

 Combination Offers  
 SMS Alert & Weekly

 R120

 SMS Alert & Monthly

 R100


Are there any further discounts ?

Annual subscriptions will receive a further 10%.

If you are a existing client and have spend more than R5000 on our security products then you also qualify for the 10%.

If you are an existing client and you have spent more than R10 000 on our security products and  you qualify for a further 10% making it 20%.

If you are an existing client and spend R25 000 or more on our security products and we'll cut your subscription by 50%.

What can a expect when subscribing ?

Tips take the form of the example below however this will be preceded with an Alert for example : Brooklyn / George Street : Family held up :Access gained by
4 white persons (20yrs to 40yrs) jumping solid wall and holding victims at gun point. No one harmed.

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SAFTEY AWARENESS AT HOME


Fences/Walls

A high fence around the house with lockable gates, is much safer than a high wall due to the advantage of the improved visibility it provides.

The primary aim of the fence is to make access/intrusion difficult and to allow dogs to move freely around the house.

Ensure that your gates are locked at all times and that the keys cannot be reached easily and are not lying around uncontrolled.

Security gates with sturdy locks in front of each outer door as well as burglar proofing covering all windows, are recommended.

The following devices prevent easy access:

  • Window bars
  • Security doors
  • Security gates
  • Razor wire
  • Additional locking devices on doors
  • Strengthening of doors
  • Peepholes in the doors
  • Safety chains to doors
  • Intercom system between the home and gate, front door or garage

Alarm Systems

An alarm system, preferably connected to an armed response company, can act as an effective deterrent.

In the rural environment a siren/alarm on the roof that can be heard over a long distance and that can be activated by means of a switch/panic button in the house, is recommended.

A few switches/panic buttons in different rooms of the house should preferably be installed.

An alarm must also have the capability to warn the occupants of any intrusion into the house.

Examples of alarm systems:

  • Mechanical and/or electrical (purchased types)
  • Improvised systems
  • Threaded tins
  • Threaded pieces of iron
  • Gravel on window pains, pathways or around the home
  • Obstacles that can make a noise when moved
  • Biological Systems:
    • Dogs
    • Geese
    • Ostriches

Security Lights

Security lights on the outside of the house improve the physical protection of a house, farm or smallholding.

The lights must be directed away from the house and must allow the occupants to use the windows without being observed from outside.

Be aware of possible shadows and blind spots.

Safety Precautions

Ensure that all doors are locked at all times, and that windows are closed when you are not at home.
Large dogs serve as a deterrent. At least one dog should be trained to sleep inside the house.

If you leave your residence, inform your family/ neighbours of your intended destination, time you expect to return and the route you will be driving, especially if you reside in a rural area.

Ensure that tools such as axes, spades, picks, ladders, etc that can be used in an attack, are locked away when you do not use them.

Vary your daily routine.

Get into the habit of not immediately falling asleep after switching off the lights.

Remain awake for a while.

You should not be visible in the bedroom from the outside when you are asleep.

Always keep a torch nearby at night and when you use it, ensure that you do not give away your position.

If you are unsure about the security status of your home after returning from work/a visit, eg your dogs do not come to the gate, do not enter your home.

Contact your neighbour to assist you in securing your home.

Identify relatively safe places of refuge, ie: bathroom, toilet or storeroom.

The fewer windows and doors these rooms have, the better.

Involve employees as they are part of the family/team.

Employees must be involved in maintaining security on an equal footing.

Report suspicious behaviour and information to the South African Police Service.

Clear the areas around the gates of bushes and other hiding places.

Take photographs of all employees.

It could be to your advantage to identify them, if required.

Remunerate your employees when useful information is provided that contribute to the prevention of crime.

Do not employ casual workers without a reference.

Keep copies of all your employees -  Identity Documents (ID's).

Ensure that you have a good relationship with your neighbours so that you will be in a good position to support and help each other.

Access and Key Control

Do not allow strangers on your premises or in your house without having properly identifying the person, especially at night.

Implement proper key control measures.

Identify keys by means of codes instead of indicating in writing on labels to which gate/door access can be gained.

Keys to the safe must be kept on the person.

Never hide any keys in traditional places, such as in pot plants or under doormats.

Keys in the keyhole on the inside of the front or back door should be turned to avoid easy removal.

Never allow strangers to handle keys or look at key numbers.

Change locks when keys are lost.

Insert barring devices in door locks.

Remove keys from doors when leaving.

Communication

There should be two systems for alternative back up:

  • Telephone
  • Cellular phone

Have the telephone installed where it is easily accessible from anywhere in the house.

Inform your children not to give an indication that adult supervision is not available when they answer the phone.

SAPS CRIME STOP : 08600 10111
SAPS EMERGENCY LINE : 10111

www.saps.gov.za



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