St. Clair County Sheriff's Department: Free Beer
You may have seen the posters -
A recent rise in auto break-
Officer Don Re of the St. Louis Police Department says, "the fact of the matter is you can't leave anything in the yard these days. Anything that can be seen through the glass window, if you can see it the bad guy can see it. It needs to be removed." The bottom line is; nothing is too small. Thieves will smash a window for a dollar so they can buy a beer or some cigarettes.
This is a great message and shows just what happens when when law enforcement and creative media work together. We hope to see more of this in the future.
This post is adapted from the St. Louis Business Journal, and the American Police Beat.
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