Estimated costs due to gang-made damages in Australia including - but not limited to graffiti - is about $1.5billion annual Australian dollars. This is a conservative figure because such a value is based on damaging official reports and not all gang-made damages are reported to the police.
There is a high concern when it comes to graffiti and the community. It has a negative impact on community perceptions of safety and public amenity.
Prime locations for graffiti include trains, buses, shelters, vehicles, walls facing streets, traffic signs, statues, vending machines, park benches, electricity poles, billboards, parking garages, schools fences, sheds and business walls.
Graffiti is one of the most notable kinds of crime that may occur within a community.
Other problems related to graffiti include:
Public disturbance and anti social behaviours.
Material theft in order to make graffiti attacks including spray cans and markers
Gang related activities
Property shattering such as windows or train and bus seats
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Protection comes in two forms:
This covers any smooth surface you can think of. There is a different type of film for both glass and polycarbonate. Everything else (like doors, truck cabins and street signs) has a separate film.
The unnoticeable film protects surfaces from paint, key scratches, marking and even acid-etching. When vandalised, the film is easily removed and replaced for clean up – reducing property damage and maintaining aesthetics.
This product covers any porous or non-porous surface that is not smooth (like brick and rendered walls and fence palings).
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