Copper Eagle Patrol Be cautious while shopping this holiday season

Copper Eagle Patrol Be cautious while shopping this holiday season

Don’t forget, while you are shopping this holiday season, be particularly cautious about where you park. Malls and shopping centers will be jammed this holiday season. Unpredictable traffic patterns and preoccupied drivers cause thousands of parking lot mishaps that cost consumers millions of dollars each year. Parking lot safety is especially important during the holidays. Consumers should be particularly cautious about where they park because parking lots are also prime territory for thieves, pickpockets, carjackers and vandals. Put all of your packages in the trunk before departing one parking lot and driving to another. Waiting until your next shopping destination allows others to see packages go into the trunk of your car and then you departing into the mall or store. Surprisingly, many parking-lot mishaps do not involve two drivers —but rather the result of improper backing into parked vehicles. That increases the likelihood of hit-and-run incidents and the chance that you will be left to pick up the tab. Simple caution is the only real cure to avoid being a victim of parking lot accidents or crime. Look for Copper Eagle Patrol, they’re patrol cars are everywhere! Parking lot safety tips for holiday shoppers: FYI, Most lots have security cameras! Don’t hesitate and stop stressing. Ensure your safety with Copper Eagle Patrol. Call now! Copper Eagle Patrol & Security: 26752 Oak Avenue Unit C | 661.251.6999 | www.coppereaglepatrol.com Keep Intruders from Coming Into Your Home and Vehicle | SCV Copper Eagle Patrol and...
Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Copper Eagle Security Patrol makes sure their guards are trained and responsible to take care of all incidents without fail.   Copper Eagle Security Patrol is committed to protecting people, property and assets of our clients here in Santa Clarita. Please also see our other articles on safety and protection tips. Don’t hesitate and stop stressing. Ensure your safety with Copper Eagle Patrol. Call now! Copper Eagle Patrol & Security: 26752 Oak Avenue Unit C | 661.251.6999 | www.coppereaglepatrol.com Keep Intruders from Coming Into Your Home and Vehicle | SCV Copper Eagle Patrol and...
Copper Eagle Security Patrol – Guards – Trained and Responsible

Copper Eagle Security Patrol – Guards – Trained and Responsible

Copper Eagle Security Patrol makes sure their guards are trained and responsible to take care of all incidents without fail. These are essential roles and responsibilities of our security guards are as follows but not limited to: 1. Prevention 2. Visibility 3. Vigilance 4. Observe and Report 5. Team Player   Prevention A security guards responsibility is to protect the people and assets of its clients. One of the biggest responsibility of a security guard is to prevent an incident or offense before it takes place, like it is said “there is no is better than cure than prevention”.  No offences or incidents means security guards are doing their job. Visibility Security guards should be alert at all times to deter offenders. Vandalism, trespassing, theft and damage can be prevented when the criminals see a security guard. So, a security guard should be very alert at all times. Vigilance Security guards must be alert to look out for unusual activities and pay attention to any unusual sounds. A security guards duty is to prevent, best security guards are the ones who are alert in listening, and watching while not becoming victims of  false flag distractions. Observe and Report   Security guards responsibility after an incident takes place is to observe carefully in details and report accurately. At the time incident takes place, the security guard should: Stay calm Observe and remember events Report to the police officers and the security guards supervisor. Team Player Security guards are team players when responsible for maintaining certain rules and policies established by the client. These include: Requiring employees or contractors to show their...
Parking Lots – Prime spots for Thieves – Park Safely! Copper Eagle Patrol

Parking Lots – Prime spots for Thieves – Park Safely! Copper Eagle Patrol

While you are shopping this holiday season, be particularly cautious about where you park. Malls and shopping centers will be jammed this holiday season. Unpredictable traffic patterns and preoccupied drivers cause thousands of parking lot mishaps that cost consumers millions of dollars each year. Parking lot safety is especially important during the holidays. Consumers should be particularly cautious about where they park because parking lots are also prime territory for thieves, pickpockets, carjackers and vandals. Surprisingly, many parking-lot mishaps do not involve two drivers —but rather the result of improper backing into parked vehicles. That increases the likelihood of hit-and-run incidents and the chance that you will be left to pick up the tab. Simple caution is the only real cure to avoid being a victim of parking lot accidents or crime. Look for Copper Eagle Patrol, they’re patrol cars are everywhere! Parking lot safety tips for holiday shoppers: FYI, Most lots have security cameras! Put all of your packages in the trunk before departing one parking lot and driving to another. Waiting until your next shopping destination allows others to see packages go into the trunk of your car and then you departing into the mall or store. Review your insurance coverage with your Trusted Local independent insurance agent. Or, do a check up with the agent you are with now. Liability coverage will protect you if you hit another motorist, collision will cover the damage to your car, and comprehensive will insure you for damage by vandals or theft of your vehicle.   Don’t hesitate and stop stressing. Ensure your safety with Copper Eagle Patrol. Call now!...
Holiday Shopping has started! Be Aware – Keep your vehicle and contents safe!

Holiday Shopping has started! Be Aware – Keep your vehicle and contents safe!

We posted this a few weeks back and feel the need to re-post. Be Aware of your surroundings and and don’t leave items out in the open in your vehicle. Parking lot safety tips for holiday shoppers: FYI, Most lots have security cameras! Watch for cars cutting diagonally across lots; drive slowly and use your turn signal. When backing out of a parking spot, be aware of waiting cars, others who are backing out at the same time and motorists who speed through lanes. Beware when mailing those holiday greeting cards. Post office parking lots have the highest incidence of accidents due to frequent customer turnover. Don’t park between spots, especially in busy lots. You may gain only retribution from angry fellow shoppers. During the day, park away from buildings to reduce the chance of dings from other car doors or shopping carts and the likelihood of vandalism; but avoid secluded areas, especially at night. Park in well-lit areas. If the lot is inadequately lit, complain to management. Retailers and parking-lot owners can be and have been held liable for personal injury in these cases. Ask mall security to walk you to your car if you feel you are not safe. Always roll up your car windows and lock your car doors. Always have your keys ready when approaching your car and check the back seat and under the car before getting in. Put all shopping bags in your trunk. Do not keep them in the front or back seat where they are visible to thieves. Put all of your packages in the trunk before departing one parking lot...
Copper Eagle Patrol… Halloween Safety for Next Tuesday

Copper Eagle Patrol… Halloween Safety for Next Tuesday

Copper Eagle Patrol… Halloween Is this weekend, Be prepared.             Follow these costume tips and give yourself some peace of mind on the spookiest of evenings by making sure whatever costume your child wears it’s a safe one. Avoid baggy outfits and flowing cloaks. These stray pieces can easily brush across an open flame or trip them up while they’re walking. Shoes should be comfortable with laces securely tied. Decorative heels and oversized shoes can result in a painful fall. Be sure to buy costumes that are labeled as flame resistant. With flickering candles and jack-o-lanterns there are many open flames around on Halloween night. Make sure that any makeup you use is hypoallergenic. Nothing is less fun than a rash on Halloween. Never use decorative contact lenses. Most aren’t certified by optometrists and can cause severe eye damage. Avoid costumes and props with sharp edges. You want to make sure the only eye patches needed are on kids dressed as pirates. You’ll often find dozens of children coming to your door in the same costumes. Unique costumes are recommended so your child is easy to pick out in a crowd. If your child is wearing a similar costume to others, make sure to add something which stands out from the rest. Make sure any masks being worn are easy to see out of. Obscured vision can lead to accidents. Don’t rely on flashlights to be the only thing that makes your child visible. Use reflective tape and glow sticks to make sure drivers can clearly see your child as they cross the street....