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    In the article “Big Brother isn’t watching you” from the Guardian Russell Brand discusses the 2011 UK riots. He feels that most others, who have discussed the issue, have described the rioters as mind- and reckless, and have focused mostly on what the storeowners, and the near relations have lost. While he does not argue with the description of the rioters, he is much more interested in what causes this mindlessness. He acknowledges the death of Mark Duggan as a legitimate reason, but does not…

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    Introduction: “Broken Window Theory” states that if a broken window is not quickly repaired, other windows will break creating a sense of public apathy and neglect that attracts criminals. To begin with, “Broken Window theory” has mix viewed. I believe that this theory has its positive and negative side as well. The “broken window theory was a good crime fighting strategy that made people feel a little safer and was able to respect their fellow officers on foot rather than their patrol cars.…

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    Destiny Bush Essay “A caning in Singapore stirs up a fierce debate about crime and punishment” (Reyes 181). Both texts “Rough Justice” by Alejandro Reyes and “Time to Assert American Values” by New York Times, have their own point of views with handling the Michael Fay situation. “Rough Justice” is for harsh punishments if laws are broken. “Time to Assert American Values” is going against tough punishments such as caning or death. After carefully analyzing the two text, the reader realizes that…

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    Parents need to check in on their children and know the signs of bullying so that their child will feel protected and and safe. With programs like the Olweus Prevention Program, not only will bullying be reduced, but schools will also have less vandalism and other misbehavior. This means schools will have much better environments so the students will be able to focus and learn while being happy…

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    groups of the subjects. The first group part took in offenses against illegal drugs, motor vehicles, and public disorder. This group was more against tradition and the culture in which they lived in. the second group had committed more theft and vandalism, and were more influenced by peers and had poor records in…

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    In the painting, "Going To The Olympics" made in 1984 by Frank Romero, there are different things going on all at once. This mural was made in Los Angeles. I was made by a freeway. A couple years ago it was painted over and this lead to Frank Romero taking this situation to court. This mural represents Los Angeles in a way, so for the city to paint over it is very unfortunate. Romero did end up having a case because he did indeed bring up a valid point. He had brought up one of the laws that…

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    Well, its Hate Crimes like vandalism. In February of 2016, three vandals spray-painted racial slurs on a Muslim House of Worship (“King”). There was also a cross burning in front of the home of a black family four years ago in Johnson County. The Indiana law saw the perpetrators as…

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    parents, school truancy, and alcohol violations, may be intervened simply by being questioned by a police officer and later returned back to their parents or school facility. On the other hand, more serious offenses, such as assault and battery, vandalism, theft, forcible rape, and manslaughter, are likely to result in the arrest of a delinquent and the involvement in the juvenile court system (Siegel, 2014). In 2011, a total of 1,470,000 juveniles were arrested in the United States for…

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    Drive-by shootings, prostitution, rape, vandalism, and drug trafficking all sound like acts that would committed by hardened adult criminals. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Juvenile gang members are committing these terrifying acts as early as eight years of age (Bartollas & Miller, 2014). Between 1988 and the early 1990s, a drastic increase in youth gang membership occurred and is still on the rise today in the United States (Bartollas & Miller, 2014). There are several…

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    The study concluded that overall the crime rate dropped 91%, sexual offenses were reduced by 96%, and incidents of vandalism went down 69%. The huge reduction in problem areas led school officials to believe that improvements were solely attributed to the new uniform policy, however, there is a gray area not addressed in their conclusion. Nowhere in the study is there an assessment of why these reductions took place, or what variables influenced these behavioral changes. Another flaw is the…

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