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CR News Reports© - CrimeCrime – October 28, 2014

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  • The most common law breaker

  • You may not have heard about the new law
  • Harder to watch and catch the criminals
  • See a huge increase in the use of…

The most common law breaker. Each day it seems like crime is increasing. It’s true that some of the well-established crimes like robberies, burglaries, assaults and murders are down in the statistics in certain cities and regions of the country. However, with all kinds of new rules and regulations hitting the books everyday there’s many more chances to commit crimes-accidentally or not…

These laws may not have been in effect yesterday but they are a law today. A good example would be a city that makes it a crime to talk or text on your cell phone while driving. You may not have heard about the new law or regulation but you are now a law breaker. Some cities will give people a warning because it’s a new law but don’t expect it. Ignorance of the law is still no excuse.

With all the crimes and terrorist watches growing everywhere, crime will be much harder to watch and catch the criminals. Therefore, you will see many new technologies installed and used by police departments and the government to help keep crime under control.

More and more cities, even smaller ones, will see a huge increase in the use of cameras everywhere watching everything you do. There are many software companies out there developing new applications, both mobile and others, for police to use to detect and fight crime. So many in fact, that fighting crime will become more high-tech than ever.

QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?

ANSWER: That not only do you have to keep up with new laws and regulations in your city, but you need to be aware that you are most likely being watched at anytime.

QUESTION: Why is this information timely?

ANSWER: This information is timely because the war on terror has given the cities and police departments an open check book to acquires all types of high-tech gear and software to fight crime.   

QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?

ANSWER: Watch where you go and what you do, especially if you see you are on camera.

COMMENTARY: Revenue collected from all the new laws will come from the most common type of criminal – you. You become the easy target mostly because you are not a criminal now. A real criminal has to not just be identified, but caught. The criminal is very aware of the technology used and soon to be implemented designed to catch them. They’re criminals so it’s their job to safeguard themselves from all of this. You, on the other hand, are preoccupied with making a living and going about your daily business and that includes being a law-abiding citizen. The problem is that you practically have to have the mindset of a criminal so you don’t accidentally become one.

 

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