BIC advises public to keep safe this festive

Jingle bells: Crime, particularly involving property theft, spikes during the festive season
Jingle bells: Crime, particularly involving property theft, spikes during the festive season

The public is urged to exercise caution, as the hype and aura of the festive season is already upon us , and therefore advised to adopt a proactive approach against the accompanying ills of petty theft, house break-in, robberies and carjackings.

Thus, on account of the usual increase in criminal activities over this period, ​Botswana Insurance Company(BIC) with the support of the Botswana Police Services(BPS) has come up with a few tips; which if observed may help you to avoid becoming a statistic of crime.

Some of the suggested protection measures that could be put in place to deter intruders involve making it look like the owners are not on vacation at all.

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