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Rodrigo Lozano

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How can the average citizen stop crime?

In the city where I live in the police is quite corrupt and many crimes go unpunished. Their response time is also terrible. As a result I began to think that the answer to crime and drug dealing does not lie within our government, but among us, the citizens. So I would like to know, do you know of any way for the average citizen to stop (or help stop) crime?

It doesn't matter if it's at the local, state or national level or if you suggest individual or collective acts, any suggestions will help. Thank you in advance.

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    Dec 8 2013: Dan Ariely has a TED Talk where he talks about the "Honest Truth About Dishonesty."
    That truth is that we all cheat a little but that little amounts to a great deal, more than any larger crimes
    So if we were all just a little more honest. everything will be collectively better.

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