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Partnership For Safety Launches Special Discounts On ADT Security Systems

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Partnership For Safety has launched special offers on ADT Security Systems to help more people access affordable home security.

San Francisco, USA – May 2, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Crime rates in the US have an inversely proportional relationship to the economy- that is to say, the worse the economy, the higher the rate of crime. America is currently in the longest and biggest economic slump since the great depression, and is still slowly clawing its way out. For many, this puts the focus firmly on community safety. Partnership for Community Safety is an organization that reaches out to security companies to help provide information and resources more affordably to homes and neighborhoods. Their website, Partnership For Safety, now has a long standing deal with ADT Security to provide their systems at the best possible rates.

The new offer gives individuals the opportunity to get ADT home security for just nine dollars a week. The system is worth eight hundred and fifty dollars, saving individuals a huge amount on initial installation costs, and keeping the house as safe as possible. These systems have been proven to act as the number one deterrent to potential intruders.

Criminals know that ADT has a direct line to the emergency services which can be automatically triggered in the event of a break in, so criminals tend to stay away from these homes for fear of being caught. Information on ADT systems, guarantees and equipment can also be found on the site to help answer any questions.

A spokesperson for Partnership For Safety explained, “We take our commitment to improving the safety of communities very seriously, which is why we are promoting America’s number one home security provider to offer unbeatable rates on monitored home security packages. Monitored home security is the best possible security provision for the home, because it automatically calls the emergency services for the most rapid possible. The system has a quick response in the event of a break-in, and comes with the latest key fob technology to make arming and monitoring the system easier than ever. The mobile app ensures individuals are alerted of any breach as it happens no matter where they are in the world.”

About Partnership For Safety: Partnership For Safety is a website dedicated to providing information on how to keep homes and communities safe and secure against the ever present threat of crime and anti-social behavior. The site has a special relationship with ADT security to provide their alarm systems at unbeatable rates and regularly publishes new special offers.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.partnershipforsafety.org/

Contact Info:
Name: Joe Bragg
Email: joe@brandoutreach.com
Phone: (415) 632 1664
Organization: Brand Outreach

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