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LifeShield Wireless Security System Lets Parents Keep An Eye On Teens

In an ongoing effort to keep homes and families safe from harm, LifeShield Security is sharing creative uses for its security systems that can help parents keep their teens safer when they're home alone.

"As parents, we often we forget to install added safety measures inside the home to keep kids safe," said Shannon Dominello, Head of Marketing at LifeShield Security. "Installing a LifeShield home security system and adding sensors and cameras to the interior of the home lets parents keep an eye on things when they aren't there. It's also an excellent way to run interference on activities that a parent would not sanction if they were present, like parties, certain video games, or opening the liquor, prescription medicine, or gun cabinets."

Following are a few child safety benefits that wireless security systems can provide:

1. Install a security camera in the main living space, inside main entrances, and anywhere else you want to monitor teens when they're home alone. Online and mobile access to video and still images captured by a LifeShield Security system allows you to check on your kids, giving you added peace of mind.
2. Assign a personal access code to each member of the family so you can track comings and goings by individual.
3. Attach door sensors to the liquor storage, home office, jewelry drawer, and medicine chest. Whether at home, out running errands, or traveling, LifeShield can send alerts to keep you informed. You'll be notified the moment the cabinet or drawer has been opened by way of an email alert and/or text message to your mobile device.
4. Safeguard your firearms. If you own any guns, it's a smart idea to attach a sensor to the interior door to the room where the gun cabinet or drawer is, so you'll know when someone has entered the room, giving you time to act quickly to ensure safety. Attach one to the cabinet itself for added protection. Motion sensors work especially well for larger areas like basements and garages. Protect access to your ammunition as well and store it in a separate location.

For more tips on helping teens stay safe at home and online, visit:

About LifeShield Security

LifeShield Security is the first national, professional grade and professionally monitored wireless security system that uses an easy to set-up "plug and protect" process, providing superior home protection and the best value in total home security. For more on LifeShield home security systems, visit



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