With the ever increasing crime rates throughout the United States, Washington is taking the step to help homeowners protect their property and family. If you are willing to have a security camera installed on your property, it may be possible to get a rebate. A program is being launched, as we speak and it could potentially help save you some money on your new security system.
It is a fact that just the presence of a security camera can deter criminalist behavior. Many criminals will not take the risks of getting caught, so they will stay clear of properties with security cameras. Commercial and residential properties with high security systems are less likely to become a target of crime. The real question is will homeowners be willing to spend of hundreds of dollars on this device? Well, they may be more adamant about doing so, if they discover this rebate offer.
In order to receive your rebate, you will have to register your camera with the local law enforcement. This program offers rebates to homeowners that invested in a security system and installed it after September 22, 2015. Your address must be within the priority area, but after August 1st Now, this is only being offered for the Washington area, but hopefully it will extend throughout the United States.
If you have not yet invested in one of these systems and want to inquire about this program, you should contact your local law enforcement agency to request more details.
This is going to be a great opportunity for homeowners to increase the security around their property, while aiding law enforcement in decreasing the Washington DC crime rate. The application process is very simple process. You can visit the D.C. Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants to get your application and more information about this program, if you have not done so already.
After submitting your application request, it may take up to 45 business days, before you receive your rebate. You can receive anywhere from $200-750, so do not miss out on this great opportunity to secure your home and help the DC police enforcement fight crime in your neighborhood.