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What are the best ways, in your opinion, to avoid the “one broken window leading to more broken windows” phenomenon? Although the Safe and Clean Neighborhoods Program had no effect on crime, the citizens involved felt safer and believed that crime was down. Do you think it is beneficial to keep programs such as these, or should they be replaced with programs that show an effect on crime rate? Why?
According to Wilson and Kelling, what is the advantage of having officers on foot patrol instead of officers in cars? How does the shift to foot patrol improve the quality of community life? What are your thoughts?
Reducing Crime Rate
Length: 2 pages (649 Words)
Criminal Justice: Reducing Crime Rate
Many states have their own paradigms used by the criminal justice department to reduce crime within the neighborhood. For instance, “one broken window leading to more broken windows” phenomenon is one of the models used by the police department. In this model, to reduce the crime rate within the neighborhood, the police are required to ensure that the minor issues of crime present in the urban areas such as broken windows are taken care of before they develop to become major problems (Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2008). In this case, the major crimes can be avoided by ensuring that the minor issues are solved as early as possible to prevent further crime development.