September 20, 2007
FBI Calls For Bank Dress Code Legislation
From NPR.com: FBI agent Larry Carr is working on legislation that stops banks from doing business with customers wearing a cap or hooded sweatshirt. Since most bank security cameras are above the customer counter, the video often can't capture the robber's face under the brim of a cap.
Listen. . . [Mark Godsey]
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