Crime Prevention Pay Off

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How Crime Prevention Pays Off

American Military University
Professor Bell
CMRJ306 – Criminal Investigation
January 20, 2018

Abstract
This paper will identify and examine the new technology as well as other ideas that have been brought to light to assist these different crime prevention techniques and programs last. This paper is intended to show the long-standing history of crime prevention and the reasons it came to be as well as how it is intended to work. Also shown will the the different classifications in regards to crime prevention in the tripartite public health model.

How Crime Prevention Pays Off There is no argument that there is a serious issue with crime throughout the United States as well as the world,
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In ancient times when invaders would come to take over lands and goods such as the Vikings did so successfully others would try to defend themselves from these would be attackers. “Many people suggest that crime prevention today is new and unique, particularly in terms of citizen participation” (Lab, S., 2004). Just like many of the ancient civilizations as well as indigenous tribes to include the American Indians. The communities have enlisted the help of its members in order to identify shortfalls and issues that need to be addressed. By doing this it allowed civilians to raise the alarm and to take more responsibility with this issues, basically having the population participate in keeping this house clean. So the concept of having the people in the community help with policing is not a new concept however there have been many ways to go about gaining their trust and help. The decision to conduct and host more programs targeting troubled youths or areas where troubled youths stem from was a great…show more content…
Crime prevention techniques will only continue as long as there is crime in the world, which there always will be, and in view of this fact the technology can and will become even more advanced. References

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