Taking away the opportunity to commit a crime. Statistics show most crimes are not planned in advance but simply committed when the opportunity presents itself. So when your stuff is locked away and you've taken all necessary precautions, things are less likely to go wrong.
Avoid high crime areas, especially after sundown. Avoid looking wealthy or driving expensive car in these areas. Travel with large groups, carry cell phones and permitted firearms if possible.
by L a d y f a c e 7 years ago
http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/n … 6682686.jpThis is just one example.. You know where your stolen stuff is, but don't expect the police to do anything about it. It seems that police nowadays are only concerned with things that generate revenue for the city, and don't bother with...
by Clive Williams 2 years ago
Would you turn in your son or daughter to the police if they committed a crime or help them getaway?
by Jack Lee 14 months ago
Can anyone tell me what was his crime that lead to this drama even months after his firing as National Security Advisor? It is now involved with the firing of FBI director Comey. Whatever happen to our justice system of innocent until proven guilty? Due process? If it was so serious, why was he not...
by Romans814 7 years ago
Suppose, your parents committed a crime; and they was tried and sentenced to Death.And, that same Death penalty was passed on to you; and future family members. What would you think or do?Now, suppose someone in behalf of you and your family comes along and sacrificially accept that...
by torril 3 years ago
once someone has committed a crime, should society add to the problem by making it hard to get a jobto decide what society expects offenders to do once they have served their time and no one will employ them because of there criminal record, should a person be given a second chance to be able to...
by whthadhappen 7 years ago
Would you lie about your mother's alibi, if it would keep her out of jail?
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