Take Swift, Strong Measures to Wipe Out Graffiti

April 30, 2010
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Some may call it an art form, but graffiti does nothing to enhance the beauty of your site. In fact, it has the opposite effect.

“At its core, graffiti is vandalism,” says Chris McGoey, a security consultant based in California. “It's a crime. It creates property damage that management has to spend time and resources to fix.” Found more often around urban sites, graffiti typically is perpetrated by kids, McGoey says, simply to show “I was here.”

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