In a complex is everyone's business, not solely the responsibility of the management committee, and what this means, for a start, is that all homeowners need to be involved in the decision-making about what level of security they want, how the system will be monitored and maintained, and what actions will be taken when security is breached.
This is especially important if, as is quite often the case these days, a large percentage of the homes in the village are occupied by tenants, and the owners will not be present to monitor the situation or take action themselves.
There needs to be a simple, set plan or list of instructions and numbers that everyone has access to and can follow.
The best way to foster such an atmosphere is to be a good neighbour yourself, which includes keeping an eye out for anything suspicious that could have an effect on the community, as well as your own family or property.
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