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The opening of the borders within the EU has caused that travelling offender groups can operate freely. Is it also up to the EU to formulate a powerful prevention operation? What should the EU do?
« Domestic burglaries are too often considered to be a far removed event, one that can't happen here.”
Social media cannot replace the classical channels, it is an and/and story
"Standards are imposed for isolation so why not for burglary?"
"Social media allows you to get closer to the citizens"
" It is necessary to emphasise human contact "
What can the private sector do for the prevention policy? Will the citizens accept this collaboration?
There needs to be more cooperation between the private sector and the Federal Government Service of Internal Affairs.
How do new technologies contribute to the prevention of domestic burglaries?
Is it possible that BINs in the long - term increase citizens’ distrust, and that it evolves into a ‘snitch line’? Is the strengthening of social cohesion not compromised by this? How can we counter this possible side effect?
“Should techno preventive measures be standardised and made mandatory for every home?