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Friday Nights on the Tar Concert series scheduled for Friday, September 18, 2020 is canceled.
If you have questions about FNOTT 2021 please contact Louisburg Parks and Recreation Director, Colton Young at 919-497-1010.
On a national average, each year about one out of every twelve homes will be targeted by a burglar. Luck has little to do with these odds since burglars look for homes that offer easy entrance and getaways. You may not need physical strength, speed, or expensive security devices, but you do need to be alert, cautious, and self-confident.
Every large hardware store carries a dozen or more different home security devices that are easy to install:
Most of them are ineffective at best, and at worst, dangerous, because they may prevent a quick exit. If you decide to investigate these, ask a local law enforcement agency which devices it recommends.
If someone breaks in while you are home:
If someone breaks in while you are away:
Safe Driving Every Day:
How to avoid a car jacking:
Bus, Taxi, Train or Subway:
The Law: Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulations require the following:
Avoid Telemarketing Scams:
Con artists are rarely violent. They don’t need to be. “Con” is short for “confidence” – which is then used to get your money. Once you’ve been a victim of a telemarketer you’ve not only lost money, but possibly your pride, health, faith, and self-esteem.
Victims feel violated, frightened, and embarrassed. Some are left with thoughts of suicide. It is a myth to believe that only lonely isolated seniors are targeted. These criminals have stolen from doctors, lawyers, and Admirals. They are all victims. Some of the consumer frauds, gimmicks, and con games to be aware of are:
Signs of Fraud:
To protect yourself from other forms of fraud: