How to stop a door security breach
Posted On July 23, 2021
The number of Canadians who have reported a home invasion has risen dramatically in recent years, with many saying they have experienced a door breach while staying at a hotel or motel, an online survey of hotel and motel staff found.
In recent months, several recent incidents have prompted warnings about the risks of a home intruder in the home.
“In a lot of hotels, I’ve seen people come in through the front door and it’s like, ‘That’s my room,'” said Rachael Meehan, who works at a downtown Toronto hotel.
“It’s always a little scary.
It’s more of a problem when there’s a lot more guests.””
But, in recent months it’s become a little more of an issue.
It’s more of a problem when there’s a lot more guests.”
Meehan’s experience in recent weeks has prompted some hotels and motels to warn guests not to lock the door during a burglary.
The advice came after several recent hotel-room-based incidents involving people in the same room, including a man who was locked in his room for about an hour and a half after he heard his room was burglarized, and a woman who was burgled while she was visiting from her husband.
“I think it’s a concern for guests to be aware that they should lock the room and not leave the door open,” said Meegan.
Hotel security guard, Mike O’Donnell, says that the increase in incidents is linked to the increased number of people staying in the downtown core.””
And, in the worst cases, people will get hurt or get robbed.”
Hotel security guard, Mike O’Donnell, says that the increase in incidents is linked to the increased number of people staying in the downtown core.
“We’ve had more and more people coming into our hotel and staying at our hotel.
That’s really the trend,” said O’Donoghue.
“We have more people staying downtown in a hotel than we do staying at home.
That really has caused the issue.”
In the past few months, O’Malley said, there have been three or four incidents involving a person who was in the room when the door was broken, but there were no incidents of a man getting hurt.
“If we have a situation where someone is in a room with somebody who is in their home and it breaks open, we have to be vigilant about that,” he said.
“In our hotel, it’s very common that people are just out in the lobby with a couple other people, just watching.
And if there’s no one there to take the report, that’s not something we want to see happen.””
The most important thing for the guests is that they understand that there are some very strict security measures in place,” said hotel security guard Mike O. O’Neill.
“If somebody has something that they don’t like, if somebody is out of line or they’re out of control, they should come to the hotel and talk to someone.
They shouldn’t be allowed to break into their room.”
O’Neill said he’s not sure why the number of incidents is increasing, but he hopes it’s not linked to any specific problem.
“They could be, in some cases, the result of increased security, or the hotel has been doing things that aren’t right,” he told CBC News.
O’Donohue said the increase could be a result of an increase in guests staying downtown and the influx of visitors from other provinces.
“The hotels are getting a lot bigger, and it can’t be just one reason,” he added.
“A lot of the guests come in from the cities.
They don’t stay downtown and they’re getting more and the hotels are doing some things that are not good.”
Hotels say they are taking precautions and will work to prevent home invasionsThe increase in cases has prompted several hotels and motel owners to post their security cameras, door sensors and door locks on their websites, which has led to many complaints.
Hotels say their security measures are strong and that they will be watching their guests and will do everything in their power to protect them.
“That’s something we will be looking at.
We will be doing everything in our power to make sure that our guests are safe and our guests feel comfortable,” said Hotels Canada president and CEO Michael Schoettler.”
But there’s nothing that says that we have the right to lock someone’s room, and we’ll be looking into it and looking at other steps.”
Hoteling security guards say that they are vigilant about what is going on in their rooms, and that the majority of guests will be notified if something happens.
“Our guest experience has never been this safe,” said Ryan Kline, senior manager of security for Canadian Hotel & Resort