Three Strikes Law

Introduction The Three Strikes Law, originally conceived in the United States in the early 1990s, aimed to address concerns surrounding recidivism and the increasing severity of repeat offenses. The law mandates significantly longer sentences for individuals convicted of a third felony, often regardless of the nature of the crime. Proponents argue that the law acts … Read more

Strengthening Community to Combat Crime

Introduction Crime is a pervasive challenge that affects communities worldwide. While law enforcement agencies play a crucial role in maintaining safety and security, an equally important factor in the fight against crime is the collective resilience of the community itself. The Community Resilience Theory of Crime provides valuable insights into how communities can actively engage … Read more