Rising Crime In Ohio Workplace

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Jim Irvine, chairman of the Buckeye Firearms Association in Ohio, talks to Cam Edwards about the recent increase of crime in offices and other places of employment. Irvine speculates that home invasions have become more dangerous for criminals with the rise of gun ownership, causing them to seek easier targets. Businesses often advise or even require employees not to resist robbers, leaving them and their employees more vulnerable to attack.