Newsletter 2011-07-19
National Sheriff's Association

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Vacation Crime Safety

Each year, many people living in America fall victim to crime during the summer vacation and holiday travel months. In many (some experts would argue most) cases, victimization could have been prevented with forethought, common sense, and simple advance preparation.

Law enforcement agencies that team with Neighborhood Watch groups can help ensure residents and their properties remain safe, even when occupants are away for extended periods. Likewise, law enforcement agencies serving popular tourist spots can join forces with area crime prevention groups, thereby preserving the community as both a safe haven for locals and a popular travel destination.

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