The latest anti-crime weapon: direct ...

The latest anti-crime weapon: direct marketing

There are 2 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Sep 10, 2008, titled The latest anti-crime weapon: direct marketing. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Of those, 78,714 are for Honda models of all shapes, sizes and years. If you are a registered owner of one of them, the police might be interested in talking with you.

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Gordon

United States

#1 Sep 10, 2008
It will not reduce car thefts. It will move the crime to the next car ... maybe. Someone who wants to steal a car will steal a car. This is stealing my tax dollars and I am really pissed. Instead of making useless programs and spending my money for nothing, why don't the police patrol a little more and a little smarter and catch the crooks?
Damien Williams

Rock Hill, SC

#2 Sep 10, 2008
Excellent initiative.

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