By David Lawson, David Lawson22 August 2003
When alarms ring, many would class that a victory in the fight against crime. Yet it really shows a fundamental failure. Intruders should never get that far. Alarm bells should be ringing long before anyone begins fiddling with the doors or windows – in fact, long before the building appears.
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