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Dubai Police cautions residents on gardener safety

The Dubai Police have taken a proactive stance on residents’ safety by issuing a crucial reminder regarding the hiring of freelance gardeners, farmers, and landscapers to work in their homes. Through a post on the popular social media platform, formerly known as Twitter, Dubai Police urged residents to exercise caution and prioritize safety when engaging these services.

One of their primary recommendations was to hire licensed professionals, underlining the significance of ensuring that the individuals entrusted with work on residential properties possess the required credentials. By doing so, residents can significantly reduce the risks associated with unverified and potentially unqualified labor.

In addition to this, Dubai Police emphasized the importance of securely storing keys. Their advice included entrusting keys to trusted family members or individuals with whom residents have a close and established relationship. This measure can help prevent unauthorized access to homes, ensuring the security of personal property.

Beyond the issue of key security, Dubai Police extended their guidance to safeguarding valuable possessions. They encouraged residents to designate a secure area within their homes for storing valuables, providing an extra layer of protection against theft or mishandling.

Furthermore, the Dubai Police recognized the effectiveness of modern technology in enhancing home security. They stressed the importance of installing surveillance cameras to monitor and secure residential premises. Such systems not only serve as a deterrent to potential wrongdoers but also provide valuable evidence in case of any untoward incidents.

In essence, the Dubai Police’s comprehensive advice serves as a timely reminder for residents to be vigilant and proactive in safeguarding their homes and personal security while hiring external services for their property needs.

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