Even if your kids are responsible and honest, teenagers will be teenagers. They are constantly on the go, bringing friends home, and leaving windows and doors unsecured. As parents, you want to do everything in your power to protect them. A great way to accomplish this is by having a sit-down conversation to explain their responsibility and role as it pertains to home security and family safety.
Mounting security camera installations with built-in motion sensors around doorways and entry points serve two distinct purposes for homes with teenagers. First, this type of home security system provides peace of mind when teens are alone after school or while parents go out for the evening. Second, it gives parents a method of monitoring the activities of their teens without invading their space. The bottom line: Using a camera-mounted system with a built-in sensor will alert you if someone without authority tries to enter your home.
Because most teens think they know everything, a little shock value may be required to get key points across about home security and family safety. Rather than instill fear, provide just enough information so your teenagers understand the importance of the role that they play in keeping the home and family safe.
A camera-mounted security system with interactive capabilities is an excellent way of protecting the home. For instance, if you have concerns about the people that your teens bring home, simply review the footage and take the appropriate action. Based on what you see, you can call your teen via phone, hold a two-way conversation using the system, or notify local law enforcement of an emergency.
All too often, teens get in a hurry without giving things a second thought, leave the home without locking the doors and windows. Obviously, this is an open invitation to an intruder. Therefore, offer your teens some facts about the risk of home intrusions so they gain more respect.
Statistically 60 percent of home burglaries involved forced entry. In 30 percent of the cases, the intruder entered through an unlocked door or window. Typically, burglars scout out homes to avoid those with a surveillance camera system, so having cameras mounted around doorways and other entry points is a strong deterrent against crime.
Take the opportunity to devise a plan of action. Start by having your teens make a sweep of the home, locking all windows and doors. Next, teach them the proper way to arm and disarm the home security system.
By creating a routine that is practiced over and over, your teenagers will eventually go through the steps without hesitation. You also want to provide emergency contact information when gone and let your teens know when you will return home. Remind your teenagers that in approaching adulthood, they play a critical role in family safety. As part of your plan for home security, consider the following:
Letting your teens know they have protection from your Kuna surveillance camera system to help create peace of mind. In addition, let them know that the system is designed to send you an alert via smartphone if activity outside the home is detected.
After reviewing the footage, you can make a quick decision about calling for help. Ultimately, the right home security system allows your teens to have independence while knowing that you are still monitoring the home for their protection.
Kuna is a smart camera in an outdoor light that
lets you prevent break-ins instead of waiting for an alarm
We recommend you install Kuna at all major entry points to your home so you’re never caught off guard when someone comes to your door. You can add multiple cameras to the Kuna app and your recordings will show footage from each of these camera.
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