I work at the Atlanta hub. A year ago my father borrowed my civic to drive up to Pa. for a funeral. I drove his old pick up to work for a week. I knew we had a few cars stolen so I clubbed it. That Friday I was walking out of the hub and it was gone. Filed a police report. Talked to my manager about security in the lot the next week. He was concerned but admited there was nothing he could do. I started to wonder just how many cars have been stolen from our lot. I emailed the county police for satistics. 43 cars stolen in the past 5 years. All had dates and case numbers so no one could say they were probably towed or repossessed. I went back to management and non management with this information. Everyone was shocked. Somehow someone leaked this info to the news. 2 or 3 news channels went with the story that night and the next morning. Ups had security to start checking everyone going in and out of the lot. Well that lasted 2 weeks. Its been 6 months since then and i can only imagine how many have been stolen since. Our lot is not fenced in or has any cameras in it. Every now and then ill see some hooker or crackhead walking threw the lot. What can I do to make Ups see we need more security in the lot (cameras, fence ect.)without creating a very large target on myself? Also does anyone else have a problem this big at their hub?