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In many communities, towns and cities across Colorado it is now the law that you, the property owner must have the offending graffiti removed within just a few days of it happening. There is a good reason behind these laws as removing the graffiti as quickly as possible usually helps to discourage more of it happening immediaely there after. Leaving it there can even encourage more tagging to be done.

Unless you are well practiced at the removal of graffiti, it is probably best to leave this to the profesionals! Being that we are a division of Lightning Mobile, Inc. a large commercial and industrial property maintenance company, we have the equipment, knowledge, personnel to handle all of the possible graffiti situation. Whether it needs a lift truck to get to it, it needs to be sandblasted, pressure washed, bled and lifted, Colorado Graffiti Blasters will get it done for you!

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As far as Graffiti being in Denver and Colorado’s news, it gets regular attention and these are some of the newstories out there.

http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_22761934/reading-between-lines-denver-police-see-more-graffiti

http://www.westword.com/2009-11-05/news/the-writing-s-on-the-wall-for-koze-a-graffiti-vandal-who-thought-he-d-never-be-caught/

http://www.westword.com/2007-06-21/news/tagging-up-denver/

http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_22158738/graffiti-surge-worries-public-edgewater

http://www.officer.com/news/10662265/tracking-graffiti-pays-off-for-denver-police

http://www.govtech.com/security/Denver-Deploys-New-Graffiti-Surveillance-System.html

Tracker databases

Graffiti databases have increased in the past decade because they allow vandalism incidents to be fully documented against an offender and help the police and prosecution charge and prosecute offenders for multiple counts of vandalism. They also provide law enforcement the ability to rapidly search for an offender’s moniker or tag in a simple, effective, and comprehensive way. These systems can also help track costs of damage to city to help allocate an anti-graffiti budget. The theory is that when an offender is caught putting up graffiti, they are not just charged with one count of vandalism; they can be held accountable for all of the other damage for which they are responsible. This has two main benefits for law enforcement. One, it sends a signal to the offenders that their vandalism is being tracked. Two, a city can seek restitution from offenders for all of the damage that they have committed, not merely a single incident. These systems give law enforcement personnel real-time, street-level intelligence that allows them to not only focus on the worst graffiti offenders and their damage, but also to monitor potential gang violence that is associated with the graffiti.

Report Denver Graffiti by calling 311 or (720) 913-1311

 

 

 

 

Colorado Graffiti Blasters
260 East 54th Avenue, Suite 104
Denver, Colorado 80216
(303) 847-0832
info@ColoradoGraffitiBlasters.com

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