TABLE 3 Precaulions in the Home (%) Before After Net change Door chains 12 33 +21 Door locks 24 82 +58 Window locks 33 70 +37 Spyhole
61 85 +24 Burglar alarm 6 9 +3 Entryphone 67 85 +18 Guard dog 6 21 +15 TABLE 4 Feelings of Safey at Home (%) Before After Net change Very safe 70 70 -1 Fairly safe, 19 12 -7 Bit unsafe 0 9 +9 Very unsafe 11 9 2 Lighting and other environmental improvements seemed similarly to have had only slight effects on perceptions of safety out of doors after dark, as Table 5 shows.
Photo issued by Essex Police of a spyhole
(centre of fence) believed to have been scratched by a suspected hitman
HALL ARTIST: Robert Hunter, 47, from Prescot, seen through a cells spyhole
Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
She stayed in hiding from the English at Stirling until she was about three years old and there's a little spyhole
in the battlements which was apparently put there so she could see out without having to be held up over the battlements and risk capture.
"The children were frightened and I would look through the spyhole
before I went out.
After checking through her spyhole
, she opened the door but the burglar forced the door open.
He looked through the spyhole
and then, with the security chain still on, opened the door and looked outside, she told the court.
If players knock repeatedly at the door of one of the cliff houses, a spyhole
opens to reveal an enigmatic face.
Her excitement takes on a distinctively voyeuristic cast in another vignette in which she seeks relief for her agitation--an "abundance of Trouble" in her mind--by applying her eye to a spyhole
He ashamed very time these The pensioner alerted police and Solihull Council, whose housing department installed a spyhole
camera in her front door.
I was looKing out of my spyhole
at what was going on.
The 33-year-old who had been videoing the neighbour's partner sunbathing naked, was caught out by a coinshaped spyhole
in the roof, Gloucester Crown Court heard.