Californians Against Retail And Residential Theft Issues Its Inaugural Award To The City Of Lakewood for Its Anti-Crime Efforts
Californians Against Retail and Residential Theft (CARRT) issued its inaugural anti-crime award to the City of Lakewood on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at a community reception in Lakewood. The award recognizes Lakewood’s hard work and commitment to reducing crime.
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CARRT is a new broad-based coalition of business associations, local groups, and victim organizations advocating for California officials to act now to undo the damage done by Proposition 47.
CARRT focuses on property crimes that often get overlooked, including porch pirates, petty theft, burglary, smash and grabs, catalytic converter thefts, purse snatchers, pickpockets, etc.
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