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Plus, I was once entering DCUSA when a guy who had just shoplifted a bunch of CDs (how very 90's of him!) was chased out and tackled in the street by REAL police officers. If only the mall cops were actually trained to apprehend real criminals! More urban/dense areas usually have higher REAL police presence, and they're SO much better at deterring criminals than some sparsely-deployed rent-a-cops who don't have as much authority/training. I think most people would be SHOCKED by the amount of shoplifting, quick-change thievery, and other crimes happening in their cute little suburban shopping centers...and most of the criminals get away with it, and just keep doing it over and over again.

by Ms. D on Dec 28, 2012 7:01 pm • linkreport

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