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Most communities dont really know how to take action to prevent a crime People are more concern for themselves than others As a community we are supposed to keep it safe and have less crime When a crime happens we are used to call the police and they would solve the problems however that doesnt work all the time Three steps the communities can prevent crimes is by having more communication identify the crime and having more enforce law First step is how communication is the key to solved problem and gather ideas from others Communication is a big problem for people to actually do When it comes to it people find a way to avoid Thats is why crime in communities have increased more A way to solve is by having a meeting with others and discus the problems Understanding others point of view of the situation Organizing activities for people to involve more such as doing volunteering having games for kids and giving them a talk about crimes The people in the communities need to start with kids because they are the one later in life can make a change We dont want them to go in the wrong direction By telling them what is wrong and what is write With the adults they need to know they are not alone they have people the can support them Other thing that can help is having a neighborhood watch therefore the person who is attempting the crime will know what they are getting into Second step is how to identify a crime in your communities People dont really know to identify a crime they can be mistaken or can be ignore People should learn how to identify a crime By going to a class once a week for a month Just to have some type of ideas of defining crimes They dont want to be mistake and then
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