Re: Arresting the kids...
I think a better comparison would be if you lived in a set of flats but the owner of the flats refused to install a door on anyone's flat inside the block of flats, the security guard kept on telling the building owner they should install doors, preferably with locks on each flat, and install cctv in the corridors, and maybe put a key card on the outside door as opposed to a keypad lock where the code to get in was 1234. But they fired the security guard and replaced her with an intern on 3000k a year and removed the keypad so now the door is just hanging open because it broke and replacing it would of eaten into their advertising budget.
All the while they signed up to a set of rules that kind of suggested they had to secure all properties to an adequate level.
The fault is about 95% the board of directors.