Relief for Voyagers – US Coast Guard takes Action against Sea Vessel Crimes.

PASSENGERS disappear, become victims of thieves or are sexually assaulted daily. According to the US Coast Guard (USCG), incidents of this kind happen more frequently than in the past. Finally, they take action.

Only recently, the USCG has proposed amendments to the Cruise Vessel Security and Saftey Act of 2010 to improve the security of voyagers and staff on board.

The USCG advises surveillance systems and data recordings to be kept for extended time as one of the keys to fight and solve crimes on board. Additonally, the presence of special trained ship’s personnel to manage and prevent incidents.(Photo:tokamuwi/pixelio.de)

Naval Forces asks:
“What do you think should be done?”

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Read more here:: Naval Forces magazine (Naval)

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