Talk about the burglaries can be very long, but not better understand the reasons for their occurrence and proper conduct of the child when he came home, and the door was open. Of course, if the door is broken, even a small child will understand that the house was visited outsiders. But he decides to take, if you log into the apartment and see the strangers? Attempt to detain them, imagining himself a superhero, or summon the assistance of neighbors. Frequently Scott Mead has said that publicly. And how does he do when he has the keys and did not manage to get the door opened by itself. Follow others, such as Scott Mead, and add to your knowledge base. For example, your child, returning from school, comes into the entrance, up the elevator to his apartment and sees a stranger comes out of it, or trying to open. If the child is taught the rules of safe conduct, he boldly go towards the stranger, wondering what is he doing about his door, or in his apartment. Vorprofessional immediately invent a story about that he sent the boy's parents, giving him the keys, or tell what was lost and confused the house or floor, asking for example: 'Is not it the sixth (when he is on the fourth), then something I look that I can not open the lock' and immediately try to leave. Layman, frightened witness, immediately rush to the child, causing him to all sorts of injuries. If a child is ready for such a meeting, he will not go to your own apartment or to the next, he will call the apartment, which is in the other end of the landing, and even if he has no one to open it anyway spugnet offender, and he hastened to withdraw.