Crime Acidance: Cause, Causes And Effects Of Crime

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Title: CRIME DETERRENCE Introduction When a citizen or a non-citizen of a certain country acts in a manner which is perceived as an offense of the state laws or performs an activity which is against a country’s written criminal law, such individuals are said to take illegal actions which is committing what is known as crime. Crime may be defined as an omission or action that constitutes a wrongdoing which according to the state law may be prosecuted or is punishable by law in diverse ways e.g. death or incarceration. Crime can also be defined as instance of negligence that is judged harmful to the public well-being or morals or to the state’s interests and that is prohibited legally. When an individual has committed a crime or has violated one of the written laws of a country and has been convicted and imprisoned or incarcerated as a punishment for hisher doings, we then refer to such persons as criminals. At times crime may be committed as obligations for survival of individuals who are disadvantaged and neglected by the state’s government, but that is not the major cause of crime, and sometimes may be committed for other reasons like peer pressure, or for business purpose e.g. drug dealing. Reasons or causes of criminal acts can be environmental, social, and emotional. Crime can be committed by an individual or a group of people, an example of a criminal act that can be done by a group of criminal can be bank robbery, gang rape etc. and usually crime committed by

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