You instinctively know to call the police after a crime, right? What bout after a robbery? Don’t be so sure!
In the two cases I describe to you, you’ll see people “fail into normalcy”.
If you want to call the police, but you’re not sure what to say or maybe you’re reluctant to “accuse” someone of a crime or wrong doing, then here is the phrase to know…
“I would like to report a suspicious person.” Or “I would like to report a suspicious vehicle.”
This is a nice, non-accusatory, neutral phrase and the police get these calls all the time. So if you see something, say something!
Watch the video for the real-world case studies and ask yourself what you would do.
Committed to your success,
Larry Kaye, P.I.
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