Private Security = Less Crime, Lower CostBy Ryan McMaken
The Circle Bastiat
Oct. 23, 2013
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KHOU reports that a Houston subdivision has hired private security to replace government police. The result? Half the crime for half the cost.
And while itís not reported, incidents where the police shoot unarmed neighborhood residents have also likely been cut to zero.
Dave Albin recently covered the issue of private security for Mises Daily.
But why stop there? Why not get a private legal system too? Robert Murphy explains here and here.