The Psychology of a Robber-
Why you need a proper Home Security System.
Despite a possible low quality educational and socioeconomic background, the mentality of a person who robs a bank or residential property pursues power and control at the expense of others.
They disable or shut off considerations of consequences and conscience long enough to do what they want. No concept of injury to others nor will they place himself/herself in the place of others.
One theft offense more likely than not, represents just the tip of the iceberg of a persons irresponsibility and illegal conduct. Whatever they are doing at the time is “right” to their way of thinking. They know the laws and calculate carefully so they can succeed at their objective. The robber conceives of themselves as totally unique, and smarter than others. One great reason to incorporate a surveillance system placed in a subtle location. Multi-Camera Security Systems
They experience a certain excitement during each phase of the crime — from the initial idea through the execution of the act and its aftermath. If apprehended, they will case out those who hold them accountable and feed them what they think they want to hear or ought to know. And they will do their utmost to dispel responsibility by implicating or blaming others. Basically… Finger-Pointing!
FRAUD EXPERTS have researched that one of the strongest deterrents to fraud is the perception that effective security controls are in place, such as Outdoor Cameras or the display signs stating the before mentioned cameras. For obvious reasons, people who think they’ll get caught rarely commit fraud.