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— Peter S, New Mexico
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"Excellent job, I think it is rather costly. for installation I think ,I over budgeted as retired person."
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"Great product. Very safe and convenient."
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"I’ve always been a fan of ADT. Have used the system for years and brought it with me every time I have moved!!"
— Antonietta G, Idaho
"Technician was very helpful and patient working out some kinks in the existing system of the house we purchased. Got us up and running! Thankful for his dedication to make it right."
— William J H, Indiana
"Have only had system for 2 weeks. Easy to use and effective. Only problem is when in "Away" mode the motion sensor picked up our 13 pound cat jumping up on a desk close by...THREE times! Needs sensitivity adjustment. Police, however, did come each time, so it does indeed work. Not sure why I needed a motion sensor if none of the door/window connections were broken?"
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Trust Your Home Security to ADT Monitoring in Texas
Why trust the security of your home to another provider, when you can get ADT, the number one security provider in America? You wouldn't. ADT currently helps protect over 6 million customers, so you know you have experience on your side.
ADT also has you covered around-the-clock. ADT has 4 customer monitoring centers to help ensure your Texas home is always covered. There is always someone there to help watch out for your home safety because these centers area all connected.
2. FBI Uniform Crime Reports, 2011
3. Simon Hakim, Temple University, quoted by Elizabeth Chang, An Alarming Trend, The Washington Post, Nov 14, 1999
4. U.S. Department of Justice, 1999
*Numbers based on averages, may not be accurate.
Top 10 Safest College Campuses in Texas
College-Bound Texans: Consider These Campus Safety Stats
To help future college students make safety-driven decisions, the team here at Your Local Security runs an annual report* on the safest college campuses nationally—and sometimes we report state highlights too. Check out the top 10 standouts among safe Texas campuses below.
*We have updated our methodology since publishing 2018’s Safest College Campuses by State, so you may see slightly different results there. Both can be helpful in deciding where to attend college.
To evaluate the safety of Texas college campuses, we tallied campus hate crime and violence against women (VAWA) rates per the U.S. Department of Education’s Campus Safety and Security report. We also tallied violent and property crime rates in each college’s hometown per the FBI Uniform Crime Report, to give relevant context about the city where students may live and work while attending school.
We limited our results to 41 Texas colleges to achieve more statistically reliable results. The requirements for inclusion were a total enrollment of at least 5,000 students, two- or four-year degrees offered, and available crime data.
Finally, we scored and ranked each college, weighing campus hate crimes and VAWA at 80%, citywide violent crime at 15%, and citywide property crime at 5% of the total score. City crime trends were deemphasized to avoid holding colleges responsible for crimes outside their jurisdiction.
- Fourteen of the 41 Texas schools we analyzed reported zero incidences of hate crimes or violence against women (also known as VAWA).
- Of the 29 Texas hometowns for these 41 schools, Houston has the highest violent crime rate and the third-highest property crime rate.
- The FBI and U.S. Department of Education compile these numbers using self-reported data by schools and cities nationwide, so their reports may not show the whole picture. Before deciding where to study, you may want to research the crime trends and safety resources specific to the schools and college towns you’re interested in.
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