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This paper is intended to inform readers on the history behind the juvenile justice system, the severity of the juvenile offender problem, the pros and cons of trying juveniles as adults, and views on the death penalty concerning juveniles. This paper will also provide professional views as to why juveniles should not be tried as adults. Studies have shown that trying juveniles as adults is not only detrimental to their well being but can cause irreparable damage to them psychologically and...
The aim of this essay is to consider whether weapons create more insecurity than security or if either citizen and enforcement law can carry weapons in order to make everyone feels protected in society. Within this essay several question and answer will be discussed and also look at its brief history, advantage and disadvantage. Moreover, weapons purpose, objective, security measure, different type of weapons, threats within society and how it can protect the population. A general idea about...
Incarceration and serving time in prison is just one sanction that the courts have to punish or deal with offenders or those who commit crimes. Incarceration or imprisonment is the harshest sanction that is imposed on offenders today. In older centuries, criminals and offenders were often publicly shamed and were subject to more corporal styles or methods of punishment, which even resulted in death. Prisons were meant to hold these criminals or offenders while they waited for their punishment...
Crime analysis is the methodical study of crime and confusion problems in addition to other police-related issues - which includes sociodemographic, spatial, and temporal factors - to make it possible to the police in criminal concern, crime and disorder decrease, crime prevention, and evaluation. (Boba 2005, 6) A detailed explanation of each aspect of this definition assists to prove the different elements of crime analysis. In general, to study means, to examine closely, to investigate,...
The study will focus on violence and crime prevalence among young male secondary school students from the age of twelve to seventeen (12-17) years in Trinidad. There are high levels of violence among young males in secondary schools from the age of twelve to seventeen (12-17) years. This problem can adversely impact on the current appalling situation of crime in society, with respect to the high mortality rate of adult males. The outcome of this research paper would seek to assist in the...
Introduction For every criminal that committed crimes, they will eventually be punished by the power of justice. Those Criminal will be imposed with heavy penalties that depend on the seriousness of the crime. The crime rates in Malaysia are rising as the economic growth is increasing nowadays. Even though that Malaysia is prosperous, the crime rate is still increasing .People from Malaysia is more likely to live in fear from being harm by criminal. In order to control the crime rate from...
Throughout the years there have been many discussions regarding the link between education and delinquency/crime (West, Farrington, Monahan, Rodolfo, Torres, Raymond, Michalowski and Abrahamsen), the link is strong but is often shown in various ways. Education is important for all children in terms of limiting the opportunity for participating in the criminal activity. It can affect the selection of friends, and the places that you frequent. When children attend school it encourages them to...
Even though it may appear on the surface that controlling the possession of guns saves lives by keeping the guns away from the criminals' hands, the past record of gun control measures has proved otherwise. Several reports and studies have shown that the more laws and regulations are imposed, the higher the rates of deaths. On the other hand, reliable sources have shown that all obedient citizens have been using guns for self defense against criminals. This therefore implies that guns are used...
The social disorganisation theory was one of the most important criminological theories developed from the Chicago School of thought, namely research conducted by Shaw and Mckay (1942). Shaw and McKay (1942) used spatial maps to study the residential locations of juveniles referred to Chicago courts, they discovered that rates of crime were not equally dispersed. Instead, crime was concentrated in certain areas and interestingly remained stable in such areas despite the changes of the...
Domestic violence is a serious problem and is affecting more than half of women and children in the United States. According to Billitteri, "Illinois leads the nation in juvenile arrests for violent crime, with 1,000 arrests per 100,000 persons ages 10 to 17. Five states --- Maine, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Vermont and West Virginia --- had arrest rates below 100," (196). Many victims suffer injuries due to domestic violence by their attackers. Also, Day and Carson said, that the...