Full House for First ‘Safe@Home’ Security Seminar

Sgt Paul Wallace shows Marty Kelly of Bluebird Care Donegal the correct door handle to prevent creeper burglaries. Also pictured are Lourda Nee, Letterkenny CDP and Jim Porter, Sheridan Security

There was a full house for the very first Bluebird Care “Safe@Home” Security Seminar in Letterkenny last month.

Hosted by Marty Kelly, Director Bluebird Care Donegal, the event saw a number of key speakers address the issue of home security and crime.

Keynote speaker Sgt. Paul Wallace, Crime Prevention Unit in the Donegal Division said that while crime was down, “there has been a spike in home burglaries.  However, he said there was a heightened fear about crime with greater media reporting.”

Sgt. Paul Wallace, Crime Prevention Unit, Donegal Division speaking at the Bluebird Care Safe@Home Security Seminar on 28th February 2013

Marty Kelly told the audience that Bluebird Care was a “sounding board” for older people’s issues and that they were committed to raising them publicly and in forums such as the nationwide series of security seminars.

The event was chaired by Head of News at Highland Radio, Greg Hughes. Other speakers included Lourda Nee and Kelly Pyper from Letterkenny CDP who are project workers on the local Community Alert Scheme. Meanwhile Jim Porter from Sheridan Security demonstrated home security alarm products and other devices.

A section of the audience at the Safe@Home Security Seminar hosted by Bluebird Care


Our next Security Seminar takes place in Limerick on Thursday 11th April. Contact 061-481208 for more details.