Again like Byron, we don't worry too much about theft but do simple things to not make it easy for others,
We do have a small trunk hand gun safe for those times we carry a gun, generally rare and certainly never to Canada.
We always carry our passports with us though we mostly travel in the USA and once or twice a year in Canada. We always carry two forms of our passports in two different locations. When we renewed our passports we also got the passport cards. Should we have our passports stolen the cards can serve as a backups to get us a new ones.
We're not big on jewelry and don't carry too much.
As to money there's always a minimal amount that's easy to find. Sometimes there's more but difficult to fine. The Scamp
has more hiding places than a casual criminal would ever have time to find.
We don't buy expensive electronics. We each have a Chromebook that so far have been failure proof, each under $200. We don't leave them visible but could easily be found should some one break in.
We have three sets of keys, Ginny and I each carry one at all times. They do go to the pool with us. Ginny worked in insurance and told me if it's not locked, it's not covered. We always lock the trailer and car. Also we installed a real motorhome style lock on our Scamp
We often see people with a slew of credit cards. We only carry two and principally use one, the second serving as a backup should someone get the number for the first. With Bank of America virtually every where we go we're covered instantly should we have a problem.
Stolen beer???? We have never carried a cooler and rarely drink beer, so again not a concern.
We meet a lot of newbies. So many have a fear of theft, robbery, assault. I just don't see it as part of our lifestyle, at least not the part we experience.
The other Newbie fear is tow vehicles and backing up. Neither should be any kind of significant issue.