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Police Puzzling Advice: A Thank-You Note for Thieves

In a move that left citizens scratching their heads, the Toronto Police recently made an unprecedented announcement: rather than risk a break-in, residents should leave their car keys accessible to car thieves, even outside, with a polite note thanking potential thieves for their service in acquiring a new vehicle…

Yes, you read that right. In a move that defies logic and common sense, the authorities essentially tell us to roll out the red carpet for criminals. After all, why risk a potentially dangerous confrontation with a burglar when you can hand them the keys and bid them farewell with a polite gesture of gratitude? In a city plagued by a surge in car thefts, the authorities are essentially suggesting that we roll out the welcome mat for criminals.

Why bother with annoying things like security and protecting our homes and families when insurance can cover the bill? Regardless of the hectic and tiring journey that people have to go through if they have to deal with insurance claims, it is equal to the same agony of having their vehicles stolen.

The root of the problem, of course, lies in the lax security measures and the poor punishments given to car thieves, if they are caught! It's a vicious cycle: the more accessible criminals get away with their deeds, the more encouraged they become. And let's not forget the economic toll this epidemic of car thefts takes on our city and its citizens. It's not just about a missing vehicle—it's about stability, livelihoods, and the well-being of our community.

Meanwhile, what is our esteemed policing system prioritizing? Apparently, intensifying parking enforcement is higher up on the list than tackling actual crimes that threaten our safety and prosperity. Nothing says "law and order" like slapping a ticket on someone's windshield.

But let's delve deeper into the muddy waters of human rights and the principle of crime and punishments. Yes, it's a delicate balance. But shouldn't the punishment fit the crime when individuals violate our fundamental rights to safety, security, and financial stability? Those who dare to infringe upon our peace of mind and physical and economic well-being must face the consequences proportionate to their actions.

In the meantime, law-abiding citizens are honest taxpayers struggling to raise their families decently and ensure they keep food on the table and the roof over their children's heads. These families work hard to make ends meet and have every right to demand justice and to live free from fear. It's time to send a clear message that they have the right to live in peace and security, free from the fear of stealing their property.