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What does 68 stand for?

68 stands for Suspicious Person (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)

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Shortly after September 11, the institute began offering "Homeland Security Street Signs," which notify the community and criminals that "all suspicious persons and activities are immediately reported" to local police officials.
The responsibilities that accompany the charge are vast: arresting suspects, investigating suspicious persons or circumstances, answering disturbance calls, performing traffic pursuits or stops, dealing with mentally deranged assailants, and supervising prisoners in custody, to name a few.
Personally, if I were a suspicious person, I would suspect that the book was an effort by James Champy to escape the image of a one-trick, re-engineering pony and to give an aspiring HBS professor a vehicle for further academic research.