Home Safe Home: How to Handle the Aftermath of a Crime in Your Co-op or Condo
Man is but a flawed creature, cursed by his very nature to succumb to his own worst impulses. And one of those impulses might lead to criminal activity. Unfortunately, crime is an inevitability, even in a fairly secure condominium or cooperative residential establishment. Whether perpetrated by an outsider or a wolf in sheep’s clothing living among the residents, shady stuff is going to go down. And when it does, a board will most likely be faced with questions from its shareholders or owner base, such as “How can we keep everyone safe in today’s uncertain world?” While that question cannot be answered definitively, there are certainly things that you can suggest and methods you can take to help placate a deservedly anxious community. Read the article…………..
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