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Ruswin Integrated Security Systems - Townsville, Rockhampton & Mount Isa
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Locksmith and Security - 24/7 emergency call out service
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CRIME STOPPERS IN YOUR AREA

Want to make a difference in your community?

Join a Crime stoppers Volunteer Group in your area now - Townsville, Mount Isa and Rockhampton.

Townsville Volunteer Area Committee

3rd Tuesday of each month at the Cowboys Leagues Club, Flinders Street, 5.30pm

Mount Isa Volunteer Area Committee

3rd Thursday of each month at the Mount Isa Police Station

Rockhampton Volunteer Area Committee...

1st Thursday of each month, at the Rockhampton Police District Office, First Floor, Rockhampton Police Complex, Bolsover Street, Rockhampton at 0700hrs
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Crime is an every increasing concern for us all. Don't allow yourself or your family to be another statistic.

With 107 offenses recently in Townsville, ranging from unlawful entry, theft, property damage and stolen vehicles, ensure your home is secure. **

Call Ruswin today for an in home free quote on Locksmithing or an Electronic Monitored Alarm.

** Qld Police Portal 10 April 2014
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 This weeks FAQ :-

Do you offer a seniors discount?

We welcome the seniors card and offer the following:-
1. 15% discount off retail displayed product 
2. Buy 1 house key and get one free
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FAQ -  Where are you located?

Ruswin has three locations servicing Queensland. 

Townsville – south to Ayr, west to Charters Towers and north to Ingham.

Rockhampton – south to Gladstone, west to Longreach and north to Mackay

Mount Isa – south to Birdsville, west to Camooweal, east to Julia Creek and north to Mornington Island
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A tremendous result and a massive congrats to RUSWIN who have been awarded the DHA Customer Service Award…..this is very much a team achievement involving all of the Townsville Mechanical Service Technicians as well as those in the scheduling and administration.

DHA have 32 contractors providing various services to DHA Housing and to be recognized amongst 32 trade peers is a massive achievement and worthy of an all-round vote of congratulations.       

 
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Remember to lock up this Easter holiday break. 

With many Australians taking the opportunity to go away for an extra long weekend, thieves will be on the look out for your valuables – and we’re not talking about chocolate bunnies! In 2014, Australians spent $1.24 billion on Easter travel (IBISWorld, 2014). And if the upward trend continues, a strong likelihood given the timing of school holidays this year, many will ‘make a break for it’. But the extended Easter holiday period poses a threat to householders, warns Bryan de Caires, CEO of the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL), the peak body for security professionals in Australia. “Many home break-ins are opportunistic, making the Easter break a high-risk time for break-ins,” warns Mr de Caires. “With many homes left unattended and sometimes neighbours away too, there’s no one around to keep a watchful eye on your property. However, by taking a few simple steps you can substantially reduce the risk of a break-in.” Encouraging householders to pay particular attention to home security during holiday periods, ASIAL has provided five simple tips on how to improve your home security:-

1. It’s the most basic security tip, but often overlooked – lock up. And if you have someone coming over to water the plants or feed a pet, don’t leave keys hidden outside the house – give them directly to the person.

2. If you’re going away, make your house look lived in. Put your mail on hold or have it collected. This protects against identity theft as well as deterring break-ins.

3. Don’t make it easy for would be burglars. Remove items from outside and around the premises that could be used as makeshift ladders such as rubbish bins. Secure your garage, shed and tools that may be used to force entry.

4. Don’t advertise you’re away. Be mindful of the images you share on social media; check privacy settings and disable location services. Don’t leave a holiday message advising callers you’ll be away from home.

5. If you have a security alarm, ensure it is maintained in good working order by a licenced security professional and monitored by an ASIAL certified back to base monitoring centre.
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