Crime In Chile Essay

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What is crime? According to Black’s Law Dictionary: “A crime is an act committed or omitted, in violation of a public law, either forbidding or commanding it; a breach or violation of some public right or duty due to a whole community, considered as a community.” Crime can be classified as one of the main problems facing our country today. In Chile, there has been an increase in crime over the years. For the Metropolitan Region, “there was an increase of 1.9%, corresponding to 2,346 cases, comparing the periods 2014 - 2015. Violent crimes increased by 1.7%, while crimes against property increased by 1.9%.” In addition, according to Paz Ciudadana studies, from 2010 onwards, the perception of crime in Chile’s communities grew 55.1%. Therefore, the aim of this essay is to answer the question: How can we fight crime successfully in Chile?
Firstly, it must be clear that one of the origins of crime is related to the home education of people. As we can see in the news, more and more teenagers become involved in crime. This is probably because these young people who are mostly poor or from a low economic situation have not had a good education in their homes. Therefore, the role of parents can not be neglected, which is key so that young people can have timely advice and support in a crisis and above all, affection. Thus, we can see why it is very
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Some examples are with recreational facilities, with appropriate guidelines, with affection and with a greater investment of time for teenagers. With a little love, we can rescue many young people and get them out of the world in which they are submerged. This is important because it is necessary to give them the tools to overcome juvenile crime. We must help them become part of this society, make sure they know that they are loved, and are just as important as any other citizen. If we do this, we will reduce juvenile crime in this
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