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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS > VANDALISM QUESTIONS > What should I do if I have a vandalism at my home or business?

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DO:

  • Report the damage to the police as soon as possible. They will need to collect evidence and take photographs.
  • Once the police have determined that your home is safe to enter, create a list for both the police and your insurance company of everything that is damaged or missing. Be sure to make a copy for yourself.
  • Call for professional clean up help as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
  • Use a shop vacuum to remove glass particles from carpet and upholstery.
  • Remove any debris from carpet or interior walls.
  • Scrape or blot carpets and furniture.
  • Wash any egg or other residues from the building exterior using water.

DON’T:

  • Do not clean up any of the mess until after the police tell you that it is okay to do so.
  • Do not try to operate electrical appliances that appear to have been tampered with or damaged by the vandals.
  • Do not attempt to clean up any chemical stains including ink or paint.
  • Do not use traditional household cleansers on your upholstery, carpeting or other fabrics.

Last updated on May 3, 2011 by Champion