results for "Causes And Solutions To Armed Robbery"

  • Prison Term Policy Recommendation

    convicted of armed robbery. I will also address the reasoning behind my recommendations concerning the matter. Regardless of...

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  • Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal

    the state legislature. The legislature will soon vote on a bill that, if it passes, would double the maximum prison term for anyone convicted of...

    786 Words | 4 Pages

  • Poverty

    ESSAY ON THE EFFECTS, CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS OF POVERTY USING LAGOS STATE AS A CASE STUDY. Written by: TABLE OF CONTENTS...

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  • A Modest Proposal for Gun Control today.

    Politicians are engaged in frantic attempts to prevent gun violence or at least give the appearance of doing so. Celebrities have lately added to this...

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  • The Application Of IT In Combating Contemporary National Security Challenges

    in Nigeria. IT Governance, is the first step towards tackling insecurity in the country, the paper will also highlight causes of the national...

    2327 Words | 15 Pages

  • Unemployment

    Unemployment has done so many harms to Nigeria youths, which result or propelled them to embark on criminal activities such as;...

    666 Words | 3 Pages

  • Clothe of Nakedness

    is disapproved by the society. Below are the causes, effects and suggested solutions to save the nation from the danger....

    624 Words | 3 Pages

  • 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...

    3768 Words | 12 Pages

  • 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...

    6385 Words | 21 Pages

  • Atam Project

    not only ubiquitous but has reached a Frankenstein dimension. In actual fact, the incidence and sensational press reporting of assassination,...

    3992 Words | 12 Pages

  • 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...

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  • An Argument for Conceal-and-Carry Gun Laws (with Bibliography)

    advantageous aspects of conceal-and-carry laws for firearms. I will present the problems a lack of conceal-carry laws presents, the causes to...

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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...

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  • Radical casework

    Twenties: Increased drug addiction resulted in more serious criminal offences - stealing, armed robbery and...

    1618 Words | 8 Pages

  • Crime in the Bahamas

     “A man died in hospital yesterday afternoon after he was allegedly shot by a store owner during an attempted armed...

    1172 Words | 4 Pages

  • Criminal Investigations Exam

    departments in different cities. d. all of the choices are correct. 6. Establishing the existence of a violation, obtaining probable...

    2005 Words | 12 Pages

  • 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...

    1438 Words | 5 Pages

  • Title

    knee-jerk call to impose strict firearm laws is an understandable reaction. Unfortunately it isn't the right one. If stricter gun control was the...

    797 Words | 3 Pages

  • Homelessness

    THE MAIN CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF HOMELESSNESS OUTLINE THESIS: According to the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ recent survey of homelessness in...

    1813 Words | 5 Pages

  • Marine Time

    [pic] IMO Library Services External Relations Office INFORMATION RESOURCES ON PIRACY AND ARMED ROBBERY AT SEA...

    39851 Words | 137 Pages

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