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ADT Home Security Systems in Sacramento CA - Fall 2015

Posted by Ayeshia Faiz on Mon,Sep 21,2015 @ 02:28 PM



Welcome to Sacramento in the fall, with normal temperatures reaching 100 degrees during the summer months, fall is a welcome dip in temperatures. The pleasant temperatures bring lots of activities to partake in. Visit some of the Farm to Fork festivities. Come face to face with local fares and the men and women that provide it to you! You will  find food, wine and beer from regional eateries and purveyors, as well as live music, cooking demonstrations, a kids’ zone, interactive booths from local grocers, farms and ranches, and more. Find more info. here. For some time with the tots, visit Wee Wednesday at Crocker Art Museum. Children ages 3 to 5 and their grownups are invited to this gallery-based art experience. The adventure begins in Tot Land with groups leaving at 10:30 and 11:00 AM. Find this and other Crocker Museum events here. There are oodles of other events, for a more detailed list of all the events taking place during the month of September, check out the September events calendar  here.

Fall finds up our of the home enjoying the cool evenings more often. some of us even getting a jump on the holiday season. However, as more and more people leave their homes behind, unfortunately, there's always going to be some people that are waiting anxiously for that moment you leave your house, so they can break-in and steal your peace of mind. It can be easy to forget that our homes need to be protected while they are left alone. Once you've protected your Sacramento home with an ADT Home Security System and you arm it for the first time, you will have a huge weight lifted off your shoulders. You will be extremely relieved to know that a reputable company has your safety as their #1 priority. If you don't see the importance of an ADT security system, you can check Sacramento crime and at the very minimum educate yourself about the amount of crime taking place very close to your own home. Even if you live in what you'd call a "safer community", please don't rule yourself out. There have been countless times that customers have reached out to ADT after being burglarized, while they are living in a GATED community! Bizarre how that happens, but it does.

If you want to be more in command of your home and belongings, you can invest in an ADT Pulse security system. You will have the freedom to go out as often as you'd like, as far as you'd like and as long as you'd like because you can monitor your home right from the palm of your hand. There's so much you can do when you download the ADT Pulse app, from arming/disarming, seeing video footage and even controlling the lighting and thermostat. Now, if people are rushing you to hurry and leave the house and you forget to arm the system, no worries because with ADT Pulse you can arm/disarm it while you are away.

If you're just starting to look into home security, schedule your free home security review and see what it takes to get secured and how affordable it really is! What's even more convenient is that in most cases we can have your home security system installed within 48 hours from the time that your ADT Sacramento Security Consultant meets with you.


ADT Pulse Security Systems- Popular Choice of Sacramento Residents and Businesses

With the constant changes in the technology world, convenience is always going to play a major role in our everyday lives. More than half of ADT Sacramento customers purchase the ADT Pulse system. It is user friendly, convenient and better yet, affordable. The ADT Pulse system is made so that you never have to go a day without your home, family and belongings are safe. Just take a look below to see what local Sacramento residents are saying.

ADT customer reviews about ADT Pulse from Sacramento homeowners:

"The only peace of mind is have ADT. I can monitor my home while out of the country - and I can take it with me anywhere or give to family members if I sell and move. I wish I had done this before - but life will go on and I will come to understand the treasures were stuck in the safe as it is not safe to wear that type of jewelry out anywhere today. I wish I could have given the gold bracelets to my grand daughters and two gold railroad clocks to my grandsons."

Linda W., Sacramento, CA

"I recently purchased a house, wanted strong security and am always looking for a great deal. So I remembered a good friend Lance Quevillon whom just happened to be in the business and contacted him for his expertise. Not only did he have an answer for every question I had but also made me consider things about security I would have never thought of. We talked on a Friday, he showed up Monday. Even though we went to high school together, he remained extremely professional addressing the needs of my family with extreme detail. The installation was scheduled, completed and system has worked flawlessly. I would recommend Lance and California Security Pro for anyone whom doesn't have a security system yet. The monitoring system has brought an overwhelming level of security to our home and peace of mind to my family. Please contact him, he will meet your needs."

Scott P., Roseville, CA 

With the constant crime there's no question that people who get an ADT Pulse system also invest in ADT cameras. You are able to monitor your home by viewing 30 second video clips right from your smart phone. In addition, having ADT cameras will allow you the freedom to leave your home physically but not virtually! 

To find out more or have a Security Consultant give you a live demonstration on other ADT Pulse features, schedule your free home security evaluation. In addition, you'll find out why California Security Pro is one of the top security companies in Sacramento and what benefits you'll have by going with a local security company.


Recent Sacramento Crime Activity

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department has contracted with in order to provide a tool for crime prevention, community awareness, and data transparency. Citizens can view most reported crimes reported to the Sheriff’s Department and sign up for crime notifications based on user-defined parameters (e.g., geography, crime types, frequency, etc.). also has a free iPhone App available via the iTunes Store so that citizens can view crime information on the go. Here are some of the stories you will find:

September 20th, 2015

(Robbery): 5300 block of 47th Ave at 0054 hours. Officers responded to a report of a robbery.  Multiple suspects threatened the victim with a handgun while taking his property.  No injuries were reported.

(Robbery): Omaha Ct / Saddleback Way at 0018 hours. Officers responded to a report of a robbery.  The victim was in her vehicle, stopped at a red light, when the suspect entered her passenger’s door and robbed her at gunpoint.  The victim drove a short distance before the suspect exited the car and fled.  No injuries were reported.

September 19th, 2015

(Shots Fired/Shot Spotter Activation): North Sacramento at 0028 hours. Officers responded to the call of a shot spotter activation with four round fired.  When officers arrived on scene, they determined an unoccupied vehicle and residence were struck.  No injuries were reported.  Officers canvassed the area, but no possible suspects were located.

(Shots Fired/Shot Spotter Activation): North Sacramento at 0327 hours. Officers responded to the call of a shot spotter activation with one shot reportedly fired.  Officers canvassed the area, but no evidence was located.  A subject later contacted officers and after further investigation, it was determined that subject had discharged a firearm.  He was safely detained and ultimately arrested for multiple charges.

(Bait Bike Arrest): 2400 block of Del Paso Blvd at 0553 hours. Officers responded to the area regarding a bait bike activation.  The suspect was located and ultimately arrested for theft.

(Robbery): 500 block of Greg Thatch Cir at 1904 hours. A female victim was walking in the neighborhood when two subjects approached her from behind.  One subject physically grabbed her and demanded her phone at gunpoint. The woman then threw her phone to the ground.  The victim fell to the ground and sustained complaint of pain injuries and a robbery investigation is underway.

(Suspicious Person ): 6th St / I St at 1152 hours. Officers responded to a report of a subject who locked herself into a random vehicle.  The suspect refused to exit the car per the officers’ commands and began to vandalize the inside of the car.  The owner of the vehicle arrived and provided the officers with keys to the car.  Once the doors were unlocked, the suspect was taken into custody without incident.

(Theft): 600 block of Alhambra Blvd at 1050 hours. The victim was playing soccer in the park and had set his backpack down among other backpacks. The victim’s backpack was stolen and officers were called, launching a rapid investigation.   The victim described a suspicious female loitering in the area and officers had a suspicion who this subject may be.  The officers quickly located the subject in the area, at which time she was going through the victim’s backpack.  The woman was arrested for grand theft and a second subject who was on parole and with the suspect, was also taken into custody.

(Shooting): De Fer Cir at 0041 hours. Officers responded to the above location regarding a family disturbance.  A known family member had retrieved a handgun during the dispute and fired the weapon towards the crowd striking a nearby vehicle.  No injuries were reported.  Officers quickly arrived on scene and detained the suspect who was ultimately arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.

Robbery): 4000 block of Florin Rd at 1524 hours. Officers responded to the above area regarding a subject that had walked out of a store without paying for merchandise. When security tried to stop the man, he produced a knife and was able to be physically restrained by the security officer. The man was booked without incident.

(Vehicle Theft Arrest): Franklin Blvd / Meadowgate Dr at 1549 hours. Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle being driven in the area.  The stolen car was located and the two occupants were taken into custody without incident.

Staying aware of local crime can increase your chances of having a safe and incident free season. Noting trends in crime allows you to avoid walking alone or just remind you to lock your car door when driving. 

ADT Home Security Systems Local Sacramento Contact Information

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Local ADT Sacramento Office

9616 Micron Ave Ste 710
Sacramento, CA 94612






Call 1-800-310-9490 to schedule a free home security review.



Editor's note: This blog was originally publishes August, 2014 and later updated for Fall of 2015.

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