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Violent crime in Canada is on the rise in Canada as well as the types of violent crimes being committed against the public It has been on the rise for many many years I believe and intend to prove in the following essay that it is societies responsibility for the rise of violent crime with their unwillingness and inability to effectively deal with the current trend in our society In the last few years a slight dip in violent crime has been noted but we must view this with skepticism as no official statistics are available As well as this could be an example of society realizing that the Criminal Justice System is not effectively dealing with the trend of violence in Canada This would be true by way of the fact that people are not reporting these crimes to the police Generally all the statistics that are gathered and used by the police are based upon reported crime and no conjecture on unreported crime is included in these official statistics To fully understand what violent crime is we must first define what violent crime is in actuality All to often people in Canadian society refer to general wrongdoing as being a crime A simple example of this is when grocery stores all raise their prices for certain food products People then refer very casually to this act as a crime or that these prices are criminal Individuals in our Society often have a fear of being victimized by others such as the government friends and or strangers This fear is often equated with crime since all crimes have a winner and a loser or victim as would be the legal term This equation often makes involvement in these acts of crime a personal thing Which results in stronger feelings and sometimes irrational thinking towards the whole subject of crime Many times people are not reporting these crimes because it is their duty in
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