1. Be ‘Invisible.’
It may seem like common sense, but police can’t arrest you for what they can’t see. An arrest is only legal when there’s probable cause to believe that the suspect has committed an offense, and if officers can’t see you doing anything illegal, the chances of arrest are slim to nil.
Suspects who break the law are less likely to be caught if the law-breaking happens quietly at home. The Atlantic reports that Carson also suggests that arrest-avoiders strive to “be boring” — no wild clothing, hairstyles, sports cars, or anything that will visually attract officers.
2. Know Where to Go.
Part of the police arrest tactic is profiling. Unlike some forms of racial profiling, assumptions of illegality based on where suspects hang out are common and often upheld
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