This causes a lot of problems because car crashes aren’t rare occurrences and when they happen a lot of money is needed to pay for the life insurance if the death of someone happens along with payment for any injuries and damages which is all paid for by the government with our taxes. • Noise pollution: May cause problems for people living near roads and can decrease the value of land if the noise pollution is too loud in that area. Noise pollution mainly cause social cost and annoys people. It causes social cost by decreasing the value of the land of someone who lives close to a road so that if they ever want to sell it they won’t be able to make as much profit as they could when it had its original cost it can also cause damage to ones ears if there a lot of cars who constantly beep their horns. • Air Pollution: These externalities as everyone knows can cause serious damage to the lungs of a human being if the fumes from the cars exhaust are sucked in too often along with damage to the atmosphere.
A lot of people have proposed the privatization of correctional services in order to save tax money. However, critics feel that this action could serve to encourage the authorities to imprison more individuals, even those accused with petty crimes. Another one of the main disadvantages is that the overcrowding of jails appears to be exhaust government resources and thus the need for private prisons. Private facilities usually offer officials powerful tools to ensure the good conduct of all prisoners. The privatization can also act as a tool against the abuse of authority.
And of course none of these are good escape routes from poverty and we all believe in the term "poverty causes crime". But it’s not always the poor who commits crime. Mostly the poor or the middle class people will go after crimes to fulfill their temporary desires. For example raping, stealing and sometimes murder too. Since the low class poor people are not usually educated, they often easily “pushed” into the crimes by the high class people.
My opinion is that I feel if someone is arrested for a non-violent crime they should be treated differently as far as consequences go for many reasons. First of all it costs us, the tax payers a huge amount of money to send someone to prison and the jails and prisons are already so overcrowded and out of control to begin with. We live in a society where crime is very high due to many reasons such as the economy, being poor and desperate and lack of jobs. Breaking the law is breaking the law and committing a crime is just that, committing a crime. There has to be a consequence for breaking laws and committing crimes for anyone.
Financial abuse – This is another name for stealing or defrauding a person of goods and/or property. It is always a crime but not always prosecuted, sometimes it is straightforward (eg) a carer stealing from a residents purse , but other times it can be difficult to address. This is because very often the person doing it can be the son or daughter of the person being abused (eg) sons or daughters misuse of Power of Attorney. Institutional abuse – This is the mistreatment of people brought about by poor inadequate care or support or poor practice that effects the whole care
Factors that lead individuals to commit crime: * Unemployment: A main cause of concern for people all over the world. People turn to theft or drug dealing to access any money they are able to get their hands on. * Increase social status: People of a lower class would want to gain the respect and value from the people around them.in order to acquire this, they need money. If money is not available to them through legitimate means, they
“The most disadvantaged” people who would sell parts of their bodies. Some fear that the rich will queue-jump. There are some relevant links/ implications for social work that I have identified. For example, Social workers would have to deal with the social problems which arrive from the unbridled and unregulated global market in organ. This could result in crimes where by people may be killed for their organs or sometimes force to sell organs to pay their bills.
However, there are people who are feared it will not be good and has an opposite impact for all concerned. It looks like a win-to-win scenario; it creates a good amount of jobs needed and reduces tariffs that benefit all members involved, but some are concerned about the agreement will benefit some specific groups and some will not. The problem is while the cost of labors in the US is expensive the labor’s cost of neighbor countries is cheaper; this leads to the jobs loss for the American people and workers. For example, Columbia is still one of the most dangerous places on Earth because of the government and its persecutions for those who against it; just like Chinese government. Next, the working condition for Columbian workers is poor and that concerns of some the human right group.
Therefore, America is not the most civilized country in the world due to the fact that there are a lot of crimes, they owe other countries money and the development of technology is not good compared to some countries. First of all, in the streets of America, there are a lot of crimes. Almost every day, a person gets robbed or killed on the streets. A well civilized country needs to be a place where there is a small amount of crimes. Not America, almost every day someone gets killed, stabbed, or robbed.
When an individual is arrested, the labour force of the country is enfeebled and thus results in less profits in the economy. There is a saying ‘prevention is better than cure.’ If preventative measures are taken then less strain would be put on the economy to deal with criminals. It is know that there is a lot of corruption within the governmental services such as the army, police service and judiciary. If the society must rid itself of criminals the corrupted individuals within these services must be detached. This is where the government plays a role in attempting to confiscate the positions of the officials in the system who endeavor to promote crime.