Estate agents revise security after Graham Dwyer case
Estate agents are stepping up their staff security policies in the wake of the Graham Dwyer murder trial and conviction. Two national agents are trialling a “lone worker” smartphone security app among staff that allows agents who are showing houses alone in remote locations to raise the alarm if they feel they are in danger.
Following evidence provided during the Graham Dwyer trial that he had been planning to murder a Dublin estate agent by masquerading as a potential buyer of a vacant property, agents have been revising their safety policies.
To think that someone with a blood-lust, such as Graham Dwyer had, would have randomly picked on a lone estate agent, showing a house in a remote location, as a potential murder victim, is so shocking.
Last Edit: Apr 30, 2015 19:25:41 GMT -1 by Whisker