November 2015

Written by Riley McKee on Thursday, 05 November 2015.

Expected Cost of Care in New Mexico
Expected Cost of Care in New Mexico

Expected Cost of Care in New Mexico

Since 2004, Genworth Financial has routinely published a study that estimates the price of various methods of long term care for a given year.

The study’s goal to “help you make more localized, personalized estimates of what long term care may cost”1 is accomplished through reporting state by state appraisals of five different care methods:

on Thursday, 19 November 2015.

APD on Keeping Your Home Secure
APD on Keeping Your Home Secure

APD on Keeping Your Home Secure

There are no such thing as burglar-proof homes. What there is, however, is using a burglar’s double criteria of speedy entry and not attracting attention—are homes that are too difficult to break in to.

The enemies of the burglar are time and attention. The longer it takes to enter and the more noise he makes increase his chances of being seen and caught. Homes not easily and quickly broken into are most often bypassed for easier targets.

on Thursday, 19 November 2015.

APD on Auto Theft Prevention
APD on Auto Theft Prevention

APD on Auto Theft Prevention

CAR BURGLARIES are very difficult cases to solve due to the burglars usually leaving very little physical evidence behind after a car burglary has occurred. The crimes usually occur in business parking lots and residential streets and driveways at night, when it is less likely the thieves will be seen. Some of the most common places we have seen car burglaries are locations where people are doing some type of physical activity requiring them to leave their valuables behind in their vehicle. Burglars will target parking lots that include businesses, shopping malls, and gyms.

In order to help reduce the rise of becoming a victim of a car burglary we have provided some easy tips to follow. ALWAYS close your windows and lock your car doors. An open window or unlocked door is an invitation to a criminal.

on Thursday, 19 November 2015.

APD on Mailbox Theft & Vandalism
APD on Mailbox Theft & Vandalism

APD on Mailbox Theft & Vandalism

The Postal Service is experiencing an increase in mail theft and mail boxes being vandalized. This is occurring across Albuquerque and in Rio Rancho.

Protecting your mail:

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