Media Support of Hide Lock Take

An easy search on the popular video platform YouTube with Hide Lock Take will yield an impressively extensive result spanning many pages. Wildly successful, the HLT program has taken flight simply because of its growing success. YouTube is seen as more than entertainment these days, it is also a source for news and live event coverage. Because of this, television broadcasting networks have adapted to the growing tech brand to feature their publications as well. Whether it is a simple update or breaking news, big media networks thrive off of local coverage both online and off. Have a story worth covering: It goes without saying to have newsworthy content in order to capture the interest of news networks. Hide Lock Take is known, searchable, and newsworthy. It has been shown many times over with fantastic results that the program can get interest from broadcast networks. All you need now is a story. Why are you using HLT? Crime prevention, crime-fighting, community outreach, and standard law enforcement are all reasons to push Hide Lock Take in a city. Creating a story out of this can be just as easy. Establish a purpose Determine the group you wish to target like business owners, community, youth/students, sports fans, etc. Choose a topic that resonates with that group like holiday shopping, lowering crime rates, fighting against criminals, etc.Have a plan to which you will dispense information. Using a task force team along with digital/online channels will help. Create video content Video is the most successful content currently. Short constant video clips published across multiple social media channels is effective in marketing a program....

Creating A City Ordinance

Creating a law or city ordinance might seem like a daunting task but the process is fairly simple. Though it might involve a lengthy period time and multiple attempts, following the right process is key to minimizing difficulty. Hide Lock Take has been implemented into many cities laws and ordinances around the United States. Having these in place elsewhere alleviates most of the complexities that exist when proposing new laws. In fact, our task force agents have created a template ready for those seeking to start a Hide Lock Take ordinance in their city. Fighting crime shouldn’t be hard, so lets begin. What to consider: Ordinance proposals simply address a problem that has occurred and the proposed solution using formal legal terminology. For Hide Lock Take, the basic layout of an Ordinance Proposal needs to include the following: The main issue or problem including stats The result or implication of the problem The compounding ramifications if unchecked Reason for no easy or current solution Proposed solution concept Parties involved: managing, enforcing, etc. Any costs, burdens, or bottlenecks Estimated result and timeline if enacted The ordinance itself is the final law or code placed in the cities list of ordinances. It outlines to the best of ability all aspects of the code that is to be followed. When writing the ordinance you must consider the following: Identify who is affected and involved What is used to gauge or measure Restrictions and regulations Requirments for following and managing Penalties for non-compliance Enforcement and responsibilities View an Example Ordinance & Proposal for Hide Lock Take right here. Not only do we offer...

Southlake takes a Stance

The city of Southlake, Texas recently became a Hide Lock Take supporter by taking a stance against vehicle burglary. By teaming up with local business owners and asking them to remind their customers to Hide their things, Lock their car, and Take their things this holiday season. With the help of the Public Works department they were able to post over 100 signs throughout the city in parking garages, parking lots and neighborhoods. Southlake continues their fight beyond the signs by utilizing HLT promotional items to better meet the interest of the community.  As the average citizen becomes more aware they too become crime fighters and help those around them. Understanding crime and criminals is what makes Hide Lock take so successful. Whereas other programs of the past promote keeping an eye out or watching over an area, HLT stands for immediate action by giving citizens a personal and value-adding perspective. The program’s success is based off a risk verses reward concept. The more vehicles in one location whose owners practice HLT, the less criminals are willing to take the risk of breaking into a car for little or no reward. With this decrease in criminal activity safer areas are made. To learn more about the Hide Lock Take program or to download and purchase signs and materials visit us at:...