Even if you live in an area with a low crime rate, there is always a chance that you might be burgled. Knowing the targets, timings and thinking of a burglar can help you know where to improve your home’s security. Check out this handy infographic for more information.
The top 10 fraudsters in American history! These guys were responsible for defrauding people out of BILLIONS of dollars. You’ve probably heard their names before, but this infographic from CY4OR shows you what they did, the impact of their crimes and how they were dealt with once caught.
Is your home one of the over 2.2 million homes that thieves will burglarize this year? That is how many homes are burglarized annually in the United States, according to the FBI. This infographic will show you how to take precautions to protect yourself, your valuable and most importantly, your family.
When you turn on the news, it’s no surprise to see reports of violent crimes or robberies. You may see these stories affect your daily life, by being more wary of your surroundings, taking self-defense classes, or even starting a neighborhood watch program. But do you know how your state ranks compared to others in crime rates?
The Internet provides a fairly infinite amount of opportunity. Unfortunately, some individuals view that as opportunity for criminal deeds. From spam to scams, there is a wide range of criminal activity that has sprung up online; much of which can land you behind bars.
Knowing your rights can get you out of a sticky situation with the police. Check out the infographic below presented by Online-Paralegal-Programs.com to learn more.
Mass killings have occurred for a long time in the world and America but recently random acts of violence in public have been on the rise. Here Security Degree Hub has a look at the history of mass killings throughout the 20th century.
Ever wondered the chances of you getting robbed in New York, California, New Orleans, and Alaska? Well this handy interactive infographic from the folks at SimpliSafe tells you in less than 5 seconds.
With the use of computers and technology police are now able to solve crimes faster and more efficiently. Check out the infographic below to learn more.
Crime is an ever-present problem, whether it’s at home, or on the road. Top Criminal Justice Schools has created an infographic entitled “Stay Safe Out There” full of tips and statistics behind crimes and how to protect yourself and your loved ones from burglary, robbery, and vehicle theft.
Auto theft is one of the most common crimes in the U.S., and if it happens to you, the hidden costs can easily break the bank. With thieves becoming more brazen every day, your best defense is a high-tech recovery device that gets your car back quickly and with less damage. A speedy recovery makes a huge difference in cost and convenience, and helps police nab the criminals.
Home burglaries are all too prevalent in the United States. Having the security of one’s home violated and personal possessions stolen is something everyone would like to avoid. While there is no foolproof way to completely prevent burglaries, there are steps that you can take to protect your home from break-ins.
This illustration, put together by Background Checks, identifies eight potentially life-threatening situations that you face in daily life–both online and offline. It explores common decisions such as selecting safe neighborhoods, dating online, choosing roommates, staffing your business and a few others that are often overlooked.
The United States has one of the greatest populations in the world. This is why crime is not uncommon. However, the prison system has needed to shoulder the burden that has been placed on it by the justice system. No other country places more people into the prison system than America. One percent of its population is currently in jail. This accounts for more than ten million crimes committed each year. There has to be a solution to the problem.