29 Jan 2013
January 29, 2013

January 2013 Meeting

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CAP’s January 2013 Meeting will be at the Roadhouse http://roadhouse169.com/ Saturday the 19th at 10am .  You don’t want to miss this one!  We have a packed agenda with some very important and exciting news!  Here’s what you can expect: Security Vendor Fair with various security related businesses from around the area.  Come and check out what is available to help.. read more →

29 Jan 2013
January 29, 2013

CSS – Community Surveillance Support

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SUMMARY NEEDS/PROBLEMS GOALS/OBJECTIVES PROCEDURES/SCOPE OF WORK TIMETABLE BUDGET KEY PERSONNEL EVALUATION Summary The Community Surveillance Support program (CAP CSS) is an initiative focused on assisting local residential communities to secure the wellbeing of the local homeowners in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica. CAP CSS assists local communities by matching fundraising efforts of local homeowners.. read more →

CAP would like to thank US Embassy Vice Consul Lea Rivera and her assistant Cesar Zumbado for coming to our area to get to know us all better and hear our concerns on security issues. We had a well attended meeting of 25 or so people from Matapalo to Ojachal. The meeting was informal style.. read more →

From time to time we’ll post things somewhat crime-related but much more on the “enjoyable” side of life! Here’s a video of man’s best friend committing the perfect robbery…and then assuring he’ll get away with it! read more →

06 Jan 2013
January 6, 2013

Honest conduct in our community

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CAP is forwarding the following email that we received from a local resident.  We appreciate the report of good news and honest conduct in our community and recognize that most good deeds go unnoticed.  On that note we would love to continue to report positive and uplifting stories of this nature as you learn of.. read more →

By Chris Fry When most people think about personal protection, they mainly think about how to stay safe outside their homes. While the vast majority of crime against citizens occurs outside the home, home invasion robberies and worse DO occur. Crime statistics are difficult to track down specific to “home invasion,” but “property-related crimes” (robbery.. read more →

06 Jan 2013
January 6, 2013

A Primer On Situational Awareness

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By Scott Stewart The world is a wonderful place, but it can also be a dangerous one. In almost every corner of the globe militants of some political persuasion are plotting terror attacks — and these attacks can happen in London or New York, not just in Peshawar or Baghdad. Meanwhile, criminals operate wherever there.. read more →

CAP has another success story to tell today thanks to the quick work of a few key players one being a CAP member who diligently searched through the video recordings to come up with photos and videos of the criminals in action as they followed their victims from business to business carefully planning their crime… read more →