13. Greater Penalties for Crimes Committed During Emergencies

The penalties for committing crimes should rise drastically during civil emergencies. Each person should be made aware of harsher immediate penalties that law enforcement may be required to utilize to attempt to regain order, such as more ‘shoot-to-kill’ orders being given, such as for people caught looting or vandalizing, especially important places like museums, banks, chemical factories, etc. Since people who fall under the temptation to loot or vandalize during such times, are generally the segment of the population who are the most ‘troublesome’ anyway, such policies would tend to reduce crime in the long run, as well.


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