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    [QUOTE]City or Suburbs, Which is Safer?*
    Posted by Robert Siciliano on Nov 30, 2010 3:00:00 PM
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    At one time everyone lived in the city, that’s all there was. Then suburban growth began and those who had money left the city for the suburbs. City inhabitants left back were often poor and where there is poor there seems to be crime.

    There are many obvious differences between suburbia and city life including noise, congestion and crime. City kids are usually a little more street wise and suburban kids less so.

    My parents grew up in the city and their parent’s grew up in the city. When I was young we lived in the city.

    We moved to the “Leave It to Beaver” suburbs when I attended the first grade and I went through high-school a suburbanite. And because my parents were so young, (they were both 19 when I was born) I pretty much spent every weekend with my grandparents in the city. Growing up I kind of lived a “double life”. I had the idyllic upbringing of suburban life with the street savvy exposure of the city.

    Over the years I’ve noticed lots of change in suburbia. Big change has occurred partly because of the Internet. With instant information and social media, the lines between city and suburb have been significantly blurred.

    But what has obliterated those lines is crime. Crime now happens in suburbia just like it happens in the city. Statistically crime in the city is still higher than in suburbia, but the types of crimes, frequency and the violent nature of crimes are sometimes as bad in the suburbs as they are in the city.

    Violence, burglaries, car theft, robberies and murder happen everywhere. And home invasions and the brutality that come with them are happening a lot in the suburbs.

    In a Connecticut suburb Dr. William A. Petit Jr. was almost beaten to death while his wife and daughters, ages 17 and 11, were killed and the house was set on fire.

    In a suburb in New Hampshire during a home invasion a mother is hacked to death with a machete and her daughter barley survives a similar attack.

    What this all means is if you are an old school thinker and have grown up thinking “It can’t happen to me. Not here, we live in the burbs, that stuff happens in the city””…then you need to pay attention. If you live in the suburbs and neglect home security, not locking doors or thinking you don’t need a home security system is naïve.

    Living in the suburbs no longer means you are insulated from crime. “Leave It To Beaver” is off the air.

    Robert Siciliano personal security expert to Home Security Source discussing Home Invasions on Montel Williams. Disclosures [/QUOTE]

    [url]http://www.homesecuritysource.com/blogs/are-cities-or-suburbs-safer.aspx[/url]

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    [QUOTE]If you live in the suburbs and neglect home security, not locking doors or thinking you don’t need a home security system is naïve.[/QUOTE]
    The US sounds like such a great place to live in.

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    [QUOTE=cr726;4008346][url]http://www.homesecuritysource.com/blogs/are-cities-or-suburbs-safer.aspx[/url][/QUOTE]

    Is he plugging his security company to middle aged housewifes? I think so.

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    [QUOTE=Revi$_I$l@nd;4008389]Is he plugging his security company to middle aged housewifes? I think so.[/QUOTE]

    Is he lying?

    [url]http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/22871403/detail.html[/url]
    Last edited by cr726; 04-25-2011 at 03:10 PM.

  5. #45
    [QUOTE=cr726;4008572]Is he lying?

    [url]http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/22871403/detail.html[/url][/QUOTE]

    Why don't we make a wager...

    Any amount for charity if I can find more violent crimes in the inner city than you can find in all of suburbia from Monday - Sunday of this past week.

    I haven't researched it but will just to show what an absolute buffoon you're being...

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    [QUOTE=Revi$_I$l@nd;4008586]Why don't we make a wager...

    Any amount for charity if I can find more violent crimes in the inner city than you can find in all of suburbia from Monday - Sunday of this past week.

    I haven't researched it but will just to show what an absolute buffoon you're being...[/QUOTE]

    Please show me the post where I have stated "more violent crimes" happen in the suburbs? I have stated time and time again, violence is everywhere and stats are manipulated on a daily basis.

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    [QUOTE=cr726;4008599]Please show me the post where I have stated "more violent crimes" happen in the suburbs? I have stated time and time again, violence is everywhere and stats are manipulated on a daily basis.[/QUOTE]

    You've been attempting to manipulate your position (or so it seemed apparent) since this exchange began.

    You seem to feel that just because it happens everywhere that it's not a daily, drawn out disaster in certain parts of this country.

    Yeah, every day I'm sure somewhere, some eejit decides to force himself upon an elderly lady. There's probably 20-30 active white male seriels on the loose... There's effed up kids in the head plotting an attack on a barnyard in the country. I get it.

    Do NOT however downplay the fact that every single day, EVERY day, in a number of active gang areas throughout every single inner city, there are minority males between the ages of 16-25 that are committing the majority of violent crime in that state...

    It's indisputable.

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    [QUOTE=Revi$_I$l@nd;4008606]You've been attempting to manipulate your position (or so it seemed apparent) since this exchange began.

    You seem to feel that just because it happens everywhere that it's not a daily, drawn out disaster in certain parts of this country.

    Yeah, every day I'm sure somewhere, some eejit decides to force himself upon an elderly lady. There's probably 20-30 active white male seriels on the loose... There's effed up kids in the head plotting an attack on a barnyard in the country. I get it.

    Do NOT however downplay the fact that every single day, EVERY day, in a number of active gang areas throughout every single inner city, there are minority males between the ages of 16-25 that are committing the majority of violent crime in that state...

    It's indisputable.[/QUOTE]

    Feel free to keep on speaking and tell me what I am thinking too. :rolleyes:

    When have I downplayed violence occuring anywhere? I just get a kick out of Tucker who I know very well spouting off about why certain persons commit violent acts.

    The majority of things you and Tucker thing were "random" most typically were not, there are reasons (not good ones) but reasons none the less, why they did what they did to whomever they did it to. Money and power and that is colorless a crime.

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