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Staying Safe at Home Starts With Your Doors

The Milwaukee Police Department recently released a crime statistics report for 2013 which showed a downward trend of crimes except for those that are violent in nature. The Police Chief of Milwaukee said that the most concerning aspects around the state are homicide, assault and robbery.

The Milwaukee Police Department has released its crime statistics for 2013, announcing an overall crime reduction of 8.7% compared to 2012 and a 26% reduction compared to 2007.

Violent crime (homicide, forcible rape, aggravated assault and robbery) was up slightly (1.1%) compared to 2012 but is down 11.4% since 2007. Property crime (burglary, theft, auto theft and arson) decreased 11.2% compared to 2012 and is down 29.5% since 2007.

Overall, the crime rate in Milwaukee this year is also expected to be lower – given that the MPD is doing its best to reduce crime and violence in the area.

The men and women of the Milwaukee Police Department have been working diligently to put in place plans that will continue the reductions in property crime experienced in 2013 while significantly reducing violence,” Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn said.

In a world that is getting more hostile day by day, safety should be our utmost priority – especially if it concerns our homes. It is our responsibility to make sure that our entry doors in Milwaukee are stable to avoid break-ins from unsavory individuals. Even if theft and robbery rates have been decreasing based on the MPD report, it is better to be safe than sorry. That is why Renewal by Andersen® of Milwaukee aims to provide residents with high-quality doors and the best installation process.

For entry and patio doors in Milwaukee, you can trust Renewal by Andersen to help secure the safety of your family. Call us today for a free check up on your older doors and windows; these entry points could be targets if the frames and locks are rusted.

Article Excerpt from Milwaukee Police Department releases 2013 crime statistics by Trisha Bee, Fox6Now.com, March 19, 2014)

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