Graffiti costs American communities more than $8 billion per year. It hurts property values, drives away business, and sends the message that nobody cares about the community. Graffiti is everybody’s problem. Here’s what you can do to help.
Shoplifting is an expensive problem that everybody pays the price for. It hurts you in several ways — prices keep going up as store owners try to recover some of their losses. A big department store can spend millions a year on security, but it may lose as much as $2,000 a day to shoplifters. And shoplifters give teenagers a bad name. Learn more about shoplifters.
Vandalism — the willful destruction or defacing of property — is a crime. It’s expensive to repair. It makes our communities unattractive and unsafe. It isn’t cool. Help send a clear message that teens don’t tolerate vandalism!