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Security in Warrnambool, Portland and Port Fairy

April 11, 2011

Sectrol Security are happy to travel all along the Surf Coast as far as Warrnambool, Port Fairy and Portland. All of these places have relatively low crime rates, but according to the Herald Sun Crime Figures website the most common crimes are: Warrnambool – property damage; Port Fairy – theft (other than car, home or...


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Home safety vital

March 26, 2011

Ballarat’s The Courier security poll This article published in The Courier on March 26, 2011 explains how one in three Australian’s over 50 have been the victim of a break-in while at home. Senior Constable Janine Walker suggests leaving your spare key with a trusted neighbour rather than hidden somewhere on your property where thieves...


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Security in Bendigo

March 8, 2011

Bendigo is just over an hour from Melbourne, close to the geographical centre of the state, with a population just under 90,000. After noticing that a high level of the crime committed in Bendigo is shop lifting and stealing, Sectrol Security are placing a focus on commercial security Bendigo. If you run a small business or...


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Security in Melton and Sunbury

February 8, 2011

Melton Security Melton is a suburb about 40 minutes from Melbourne along the Western Freeway. According to the most recent crime figures from the Herald Sun website the main crimes in Melton are property damage and theft. Sectrol have many products and services that can protect you and your family or your business from such crimes. For...


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Maryborough Commercial Security

January 12, 2011

With the recent spate of robberies targeting McDonald’s stores in Melbourne there has been an increase in requests for commercial security in outer Melbourne suburbs and towns in Victoria. If you run a business in Maryborough, talk to Sectrol Security about the most suitable security services to suit your needs. Depending on the nature of your...


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Swan Hill and Warrnambool Security

December 14, 2010

Security in Swan Hill Swan Hill is a small, regional city that sits on the south bank of the Murray River in North West Victoria. According to the 2006 census the population was then just under 10,000. The highest reported crimes in Swan Hill are property damage and theft. It is fairly easy to protect your home or...


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Bendigo and Camperdown Security

November 9, 2010

Bendigo Security Services Located in the centre of Victoria, Bendigo is a city in its own right, 150kms from Melbourne with a population just under 90,000. According to ‘Your Local Crime Figures’ from the Herald Sun for the Bendigo, Kennington and White Hills area the most popular crimes are property damage, theft from motor vehicle, general...


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Security in Melton and Sunbury

October 8, 2010

Melton Security Melton is one of Australia’s fastest growing municipalities and offers locals a great combination of urban and rural lifestyles with only a short 35km commute to Melbourne. With a relatively young population, crime in Melton seems to be mostly assault, theft from motor vehicle, theft of motor vehicles, burglary and property damage. Melton security is...


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Horsham and Maryborough Security

September 9, 2010

As security providers servicing the whole of regional Victoria, Sectrol Security frequently perform security services in Horsham and Maryborough. Horsham Horsham is located on the banks of the Wimmera River and is the business and recreational centre for the Grampians region. With a population of over 13,000, just 300kms from Melbourne and about a four hour...


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Security in Daylesford and Creswick

August 12, 2010

Sectrol Security have the ability to provide complete security services to Daylesford and Creswick residents. Many people are leaving larger Victorian cities and heading to smaller rural communities such as Creswick and Daylesford for a ‘tree change’. An influx in popularity usually means an increase in crime and a need for increased security. If you are living in...


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