The roots of violence are greed, jealousy, mental illness, lack of social bonding, economic strife, perceived persecution or oppression, and other assorted life maintenance problems. The instruments of violence are weapons, drugs, and automobiles – these fuel passions and facilitate crime and violence. (Meadows, 2014, p.175). To prepare for this week’s graded activities, please review the study guide for this week. It will give you a brief summation of the material for this lesson. This is not a comprehensive list of the information, so you will still need to read the textbook.
For this week’s individual work, please respond to the following prompts:
- Explain at least three different proactive approaches to crime within communities.
- How effective are these strategies?
This individual work should include the following:
- An in-depth submission that should be free of spelling and grammar errors and is 1-2 pages in length.