Seems like the jelly windows is your big concern.
Take out the jalousie glass and wash the glass (or wood) as well as the clips they slide into.
Then fill the jealousy hardware clips with clear silicone and re-install the glass, wipe off excess overlapping (smearing) onto clip.
Won't be able to remove the jalousie so now they'll have to break glass (a.k.a. make noise /.time) to get in.
To make that even more difficult, after the glass is installed and silicone is dried, tape the glass lengthwise including clip in wide clear packing tape.
(If it is obscured glass, only one side is smooth enough to tape)
Now if they break glass it won't make noise but it will remain in place with the caulk and tape.
If they are redwood jalousie's, just use the bronze caulk, no tape.
If their bright enough to see your work, they'll say " too much trouble" and most likely move on to the next house.