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REMEMBER Lock your doors!
While this piece of advice should be a no-brainer, up to a quarter of vehicle thefts are from unlocked cars, according to some law enforcement agencies. Even if you're running into the store for a Coke, that's too long to leave your vehicle's contents open for the taking. Simply locking the doors will deter those who might just be waiting around for an easy target.
 
Conceal all the evidence!
Don't leave any bait out for thieves; stow your electronics and accessories well out of sight-or better yet, bring it with you. The evidence alone might be enough to pique the interest of thieves, so hide that too, including power plugs, telltale iPod adapters, or nav-system windshield suction-cup mounts, and even put the cigarette lighter back in place.
 
Completely close windows and sunroofs!
No, it's not just because thieves might reach in through the gap and open your locks with a coat hanger. Open windows will disable the pressure sensor in some car alarms, leaving the vehicle more vulnerable to break-in and potentially giving thieves more time before the alarm sounds.

 

The Town of Woodbury participates in the Connecticut State Police Resident Trooper Program to provide police services to the town.

Troop L supervises the Resident Trooper Program in town. Eight patrol officers respond to all police emergencies within town.

These officers are full-time officers, certified by the Connecticut Police Academy and have received specialized training in such areas as accident reconstruction, DARE, crime prevention techniques, and criminal investigation techniques.

 

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