Most companies recognize their responsibility to protect their residents and customers from crime on their property. They install cameras, they hire security, they keep their parking lots well lit at night, they maintain fences and gates, and they keep properties clean and free of graffiti and loitering (which invite crime).
But some companies put profit over your safety. They hoard profits and have no or broken cameras, little or no security, poor lighting, no fencing or gaps in fencing, and no or broken gates. Their properties have graffiti, trash, and loitering. These properties are open invitations to criminals. Crimes occur on and around their properties, putting them on notice of a problem. Still, they do nothing to address it.