(PRWEB UK) 28 December 2012
According to a recent survey, two thirds of the public would walk on by if they came across anti-social or threatening behaviour carried out on someone else. The survey by YouGov questioned a group of 1,784 people from England, Wales and Scotland in which only 6% said they would definitely help the victim out, with a further 21% saying they probably would. The survey also found that people from Scotland were most likely to intervene.
It is quite understandable why people do not wish to intervene in certain circumstances. A large group of drunk or hyper youths is a potential danger, especially when they are egging each other on. The survey also asked for their thoughts about citizen police academies and how they could teach “once in a blue moon” tactics for diffusing situations before they get out of hand. The survey also suggested there was public support for other organisations including private business such as private detectives, taking some of the load from police officers.
Private Detective Derby offer services to help the community and the police alike. Crime prevention services such as home and businesses security including CCTV, burglar alarms help to deter a criminal from striking. The detectives provide sensible advice like keeping yourself and personal belongings safe while out at night and ways to improve security in all areas of life.
A spokesperson from Private Detective Derby said:
“Anti-social behaviour is a growing problem. Back in the 1960’s you would just give the ringleader a slap and that would be the end of it.”
Private Detective Derby has a pool of skilled and highly trained private detectives and private investigators in the UK and abroad. This nationwide company includes their long associated business partners Detectives London who can supply investigation services in and around the London area.