Rise Of Crime Essay

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Democratic countries face complex economic, social and political problems. One of the most important among these is the rise of national and transnational crime. Community policing presents itself as a philosophy, organizational measure and a set of strategies that aim to not only reaffirm the role of the “police of society”, but also propose measures for reducing the weaknesses and limitations of police institutions in the control of crime and violence. To fight against the threats to democratic security such as terrorism, arms trafficking and organized crime; the country require use of military, security or civilian police.
The Treaty “Framework of democratic security in Central America” was proposed to overcome the rise of crime. The main
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It was implemented in the city Centre as a Community Base, which aided in the fall in crime in the region. Despite the good results, it was necessary to improve the administrative question and adapt the program to the local reality. For this, it was necessary to look for other models to be deployed in the country. Between 1999 and 2000, the Japanese model has been tested, whose techniques were considered more effective. The concept that was imported from Japan, where the Community bases are called Koban and Chuzaisho, existed for over 100 years. The deadline for results from experience with the model was of three years, but in less than two, the police managed to settle the sense of security of the population of …show more content…
The report named as "costs of crime and violence in America" notes that the region is "exceptionally violent" since houses 9 percent of the world 's population but is the stage for one third of the homicides that take place on the planet. The expert stated that the costs derived from the violence, equivalent to 3% of GDP, correspond to the investment made in infrastructure in the region or income of the 20% poorest. The data on the direct cost of crime are based on information obtained in Chile, Costa Rica, Honduras, Paraguay and Uruguay, five countries that, according to the researchers, allows an estimate of the regional situation which is almost

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