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1 Vandalism
1.0 Introduction1.1 ObjectiveThis report has several objectives:• Define vandalism• To analyse the social problem of vandalism in Malaysia• Consider what makes people commit acts of vandalism• Examine the impact on the community• Discuss strategies to prevent vandalism1.2 Structure of the reportThis report start with define the meaning of one of the social problems in Malaysia which isvandalism and more information about vandalism.The body include the main causes of vandalism, impact of the problem to our society and theways to solve this problem.Under conclusion, we summarize all the main points and make some appropriaterecommendations in order to prevent social problem of vandalism in our society frombecome worse.1.3 VandalismVandalism is the intentional abuse, damage or destruction of any portion of someone else's property or common or shared property such as our residential facilities, furnishings orpublic property.   Though vandalism is usually the result of a deliberate act, itcan also occur as a result of neglect or lack of consideration for fellow residents.It includes behavior such as breaking windows, slashing tires, spray painting onpublic places with graffiti, removing an exit sign and etc. Vandalism is amalicious act and may reflect personal ill will, although the perpetrators neednot know their victim to commit vandalism. The recklessness of the act imputesboth intent and malice.Because the destruction of public and private property poses a threat to society,modern statutes make vandalism a crime. The penalties upon conviction may bea fine, a jail sentence, an order to pay for repairs or replacement, or all three. In  

addition, a person who commits vandalism may be sued in a civil tort action fordamages so that the damaged property can be repaired or replaced. 2.0
A problem that occurs in most states is vandalism.   Vandalism is a growing nationalproblem. Last...
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