NHSM Campaign Calendar 2016:



New Years Resolutions

A commitment to enhancing home security takes just a few simple steps, making it one New Year’s resolution that will be easy to keep!


Valentine’s Security

Unfortunately it’s not just hearts that will be stolen on Valentine’s, as research reveals February 14th as one of the worst days of the year for theft. As a result, throughout February, NHSM will be helping to raise awareness of how to protect those important items inside your property.




Spring clean your home security

After being stuck inside during the dark winter months, many people anxiously await the arrival of the warm, spring weather and the chance to head outdoors. But be mindful, because as the weather warms up so do the opportunities for crime. When carrying out your annual spring clean, why not take this chance to brush up on your outdoor security.


Easter holidays

While enjoying your Easter break, the last thing you want to be worrying about is home security. However, it is important to be mindful that a home that looks unoccupied can be an irresistible target for thieves.




May Day

National Home Security May Day will be taking place this spring bank holiday Monday (30th May).
May bank holiday is traditionally a busy time for DIYers, who look to embark on new home improvement projects.

We will be offering tips and advice on DIY projects to help you improve the security of your home in time for summer.


Travel Tips

Whether you’re off backpacking in Thailand, visiting relatives in Spain or opting for a staycation on the coast, the last thing on your mind is security. However, keeping yourself and your belongings safe while away should be high on your list of priorities. Throughout June we’re looking at travel, outdoor and, personal security.




Stress-free Getaway

While enjoying all the Mediterranean or Caribbean has to offer, the last thing you want to be worrying about is home security. Keep an eye out for our top tips and advice to ensure a stress free holiday.


Summer of Sport

With the Olympics taking over in August and people out and about watching the sports in the pub or even lucky enough to be there in Rio, NHSM will be looking at smart security and how to keep an eye on your home while you’re away.





Student Security

Leaving home for the first time to go to university can be one of the most exciting and daunting times in life – for both students and parents!

However, amid the excitement, it’s important to be aware of personal safety and home security.


The time has come for NHSM!

October marks the start of National Home Security Month! NHSM will feature weekly themes throughout October to help get you security-savvy in time for winter.




Dark Nights

The dark nights have crept in and statistics show that winter is the peak time for break-ins, so now is the time to use the advice provided in October to think about home security.


Christmas Security

Stocking our homes with latest gadgets, laptops and expensive jewellery in the run-up to Christmas provides thieves with the perfect incentive to commit burglaries. Throughout December, NHSM will be providing homeowners with top tips to keep their homes secure this festive season.