1. Environmental crime prevention: crime due to anti-social behaviour e.g.
- Drugs being sold to other countries.
- Vandalism or drugs being used in public.
- Vandalism made in criminals' homes.
- Driving vehicles through puddles, in order to spray pedestrians.
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2. Wilson also argues that many poor people...
- commit crime due to poverty.
- don't experience poverty, yet still commit crime.
- don't commit crime, so poverty is not to blame.
- are criminals, so poverty needs to be eradicated.
3. Hirschi: human's act rationally and are controlled by being offered what?
- A reward only
- A deal
- A voucher
4. Clarke: crime is a choice based on a rational calculation of perceived benefits and perceived costs. This is known as what?
- Benefits and costs calculation
- Rational calculation formula
- Rational choice theory
- General criminal choice
5. Situational crime prevention focuses on reducing opportunities for crime, by...
- Encouraging potential victims to 'design out' crime by investing in surveillance and security.
- Organising neighbourhood watch meetings, in order to create a community bond.
- Creating secure prisons that criminals can attend.
- Building expensive middle class housing, forcing the working class to move away, thus reducing crime.