"The moment the thieves entered the property, they should have been detected, documented and deterred," said Al Corbi, president of Strategically Armored and Fortified Environments (SAFE ), a Los Angelesbased company that designs sophisticated security systems for clients worldwide.
That scenario might include an outdoor camera flash and a booming voice telling the intruders they've been photographed, typically a strong deterrent to burglary, Corbi
said.If that doesn't do the trick, a recorded voice can announce to the thieves when they enter the house or touch a painting, "This system is armed and ready to fire, you are in harm's way, leave immediately !,You can do that remotely from your safe bedroom in the house or from a sidewalk in Paris," Corbi
One client commissioned Corbi
to design a two-story subterranean shelter that could withstand what Corbi calls the NBCs: nuclear, biological and chemical attacks.That shelter design includes a pizzeria, a theater and enough food and water to last years.The cost ? "You can only imagine," Corbi
"One client wanted a putting green for golf in his
nuclear shelter," he
..."You can secure windows, doors, the garage and create a safe core for $ 1, 500," said Lana Corbi, vice president of marketing for SAFE and Al Corbi's wife, "or spend seven figures and know when someone puts a toenail on your property.s Angeles Police Detective Bill Longacre said, owners should #8220,make it appear that your house is protected, even if it's not.