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Every manager’s worst nightmare is a violent crime against a resident at his tax credit site. And compounding the tragedy of the crime is the risk of liability. You could be held liable for the crime if you knew your residents were at risk of that type of crime. In legal terms, the crime would be “foreseeable” and you'd failed to take reasonable steps to prevent it from happening for you to be liable, says security and liability consultant Jon Groussman.
To help you determine whether you need to increase security, we’ll tell you about five signs that signal you’re at risk of a violent crime occurring at your site. If any of these circumstances apply to you, don’t ignore them.