Causes And Solutions To Armed Robbery Essays and Term Papers

  • Prison Term Policy Recommendation

    convicted of armed robbery. I will also address the reasoning behind my recommendations concerning the matter. Regardless of how many voters are for or against a bill does not mean that it should become a policy. Many people would believe that this bill if passed would be for a greater cause or for the...

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  • Mrs.

    state implementing a new bill on doubling a maximum sentence for anyone convicted of armed robbery. As a criminologist advisor, I have been chosen to provide the state legislature with a prison term policy on armed robbery. Shortly, the state legislature will be voting on the new bill. The new bill is...

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  • Prison Term Policy

    for anyone convicted of armed robbery. Prior to the passing of this bill there must be research and recommendations done in order to fully understand the benefits or lack thereof for this bill. Armed Robbery Definition This definition is given to better understand armed robbery, the severity of the crime...

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  • Poverty

    ESSAY ON THE EFFECTS, CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS OF POVERTY USING LAGOS STATE AS A CASE STUDY. Written by: TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INRODUCTION 2. INTRODUCTION TO STUDY AREA 3. CAUSES OF POVERTY IN LAGOS STATE 4. EFFECTS OF POVERTY IN LAGOS STATE 5. SOLUTIONS TO POVERTY IN LAGOS STATE ...

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  • Prison Term Recommendation

    Recommendation CJA/ 314 September 10, 2012 Darrell Cook Prison Term Policy Recommendation The bill of a double mandatory sentence for armed robbery criminals would not be a good idea for the prison system in many ways. This problem would hurt the economy in the long run, as well as an increase...

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  • Unemployment

    Unemployment has done so many harms to Nigeria youths, which result or propelled them to embark on criminal activities such as; armed robbery, car snatching, and cyber-crime etc. other obnoxious activities are; prostitution, child labour and ritual activities. And all these retract growth...

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  • Clothe of Nakedness

    is disapproved by the society. Below are the causes, effects and suggested solutions to save the nation from the danger. Causes The breakdown of traditional family life...

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  • Project Topic on Youth Unemploment and Social Problem in Nigeria

    Abstract Violent crimes such as murder, armed robbery, kidnapping and terrorism are the most inhumane crimes that continue to plague Nigeria. Lately, kidnappings for ransom and terrorism have taken the centre stage leading to bloodshed and economic set -backs. The causes are not farfetched as studies have...

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  • Crime

    between 1983 and 1992 rose 9.4 percent but from 1991 to 1992 it went down 4 percent. In recent years crime has been decreasing. Property crime, murder, robbery, and burglary have all decreased at least three percent in recent years but that is not much. There is one exception; rape which has gone up 3 percent...

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  • Poverty in Nigeria

    among others. In addition to threats from diseases, are threats that are man-made. In the past, we used to fear for the security of our property from armed robbers. Today, we fear for our lives from kidnappers, political and economic related assassination and extra-judicial killings. These have rapidly...

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  • Piracy in Somalia

    sub-continent Source International Maritime Bureau, Piracy and armed robbery against ships: annual reports 2006, 2007, 2008, http://www.icc-ccs.org/imb; International Maritime Organisation, Reports on acts of piracy and armed robbery against ships, 2001–2008, http://www.imo.org Until very recently...

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  • Atam Project

    not only ubiquitous but has reached a Frankenstein dimension. In actual fact, the incidence and sensational press reporting of assassination, armed robberies and big-time fraud only serve to undermine the required appreciation of the enormity of the burden on the average citizen in terms of so called...

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  • Moser McIlwaine Latin American Urban Vi

    categorization, underlying causes, costs and consequences, and violence-reduction solutions. This article seeks to contribute to a better understanding of the complexity of everyday violence in poor urban communities in terms of both ongoing analytical debates as well as operational solutions. Drawing on the research...

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  • Prison Term Policy Recommend-ation Proposal

    main subjects to include the objectives and goals of the bill. What if any of the solutions involved and expected in the bill as well as the justifications for the bill to become a law or if not, the reasons behind the cause. As a criminal adviser for my legislator, it is the requirement of this position...

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  • Crimology 314 Prison Term Policy Proposal

    main subjects to include the objectives and goals of the bill. What if any are the solutions involved and expected in the bill as well as the justifications for the bill to become a law or if not, the reasons behind the cause. As a criminal adviser for my legislator, it is the requirement of this position...

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  • Crime in the Bahamas

     “A man died in hospital yesterday afternoon after he was allegedly shot by a store owner during an attempted armed robbery”……… “A man was found shot dead in front of a pre-school at Ethel Street, Montel Heights this morning”..... “A man was killed in a late night shooting last night. “A 23-year-old...

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  • Most Gun Control Laws Are Ineffective

    use of guns. * Breaking gun crime into several broad categories: -Helps us to think about: * The extent to which the availability of guns causes crime. * The potential and limits of various gun controls. 1. Gun crime committed by career offender * Career offenders like professional...

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  • Authoritative Objects

    Authoritative Objects Who knew that such a small object would cause such a stir among citizens. Recent studies have shown that concealed hand gun carry reduces crime rates including homicides. Illinois was the last state to pass a concealed handgun carry law. The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in the...

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  • Young and Useful Engaging the Youth for a Prosperous Nigeria.

    instabilities we observe nowadays. In this essay I also discussed the social and economic consequences of youth unemployment in Nigeria whilst providing solutions through the ‘Young and Useful’ club. The club is a youth-led project that aims to resolve youth joblessness through skills acquisition and entrepreneurship...

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  • Useless Gun Control Measures

    confiscate guns from law-abiding citizens. Besides that issue of registration, the registration rolls could endanger legal firearms owners to burglary, robbery, or physical harm if these registration listings got into the wrong hands. Will criminals register and insure their guns according to the Law? I'd...

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