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Crime Stoppers of Houston offers the latest tips and information to keep businesses in the Houston Metropolitan Area safe and free from crime.  Consider these important safety tips to keep your business safe!

*  Be observant and aware of your surroundings!  Employees and employers should remain alert at all times, and report suspicious observations!
*  Try to have at least 2 employees open and close the business.  Especially if it's dark!
*  Use the most visible entrance to the business and avoid back entrances when opening and closing your business.
*  Always keep the inside of your business well lit, especially over entrances and exits.
*  Keep cash at a minimum, and post notices in the doorway of this fact.
*  Consider investing in surveillance and alarm systems.
*  Periodically test surveillance equipment to verify it is in proper working order.
*  Make bank deposits in daylight only!
*  Go directly to the bank and do not make stops along the way.
*  Vary times of cash deposits and withdrawals.
*  Disguise your cash bag.  Put bank-issued bags inside of non-descript bags for transport.
*  Know where police stations and first stations are in your area.  These are safe locations should you suspect you are being followed.

Crime Stoppers of Houston keeps Houston businesses safe and free from crime.  To find out more about the many ways for your business to get involved with Crime Stoppers, visit:
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