Crime
Group Members:
MUHD SYAFIQ HAFIZ B. MAASAH
AIMAN FAUZANY B. ABDULLAH
ANNAS B. ANWAR
MOHD AFENDI B. MA’ARUP
MUHD AIMA...
Crime is generally classified into
categories, including: violent

crime.
 property crime.
 public order crime.
Types of crime
Violent
Crime
• Murder
• Drug
trafficking
•Bullying
• Terrorism
• Political
violence

Property
Crime
• Robb...
Factors
“Unhealthy entertainment
outlets and cyber cafes”
“media Influence”
Magazines

Televisions

Violent Movies
“Reveal too
many details
about their
personal life and
activities”
Sex:
•There are more male offenders than female offenders.
Skills:
•There are studies supporting the relationship between ...
Affects of crime on society
Affects people


effects peoples personal life



difficult to concentrate on work
Affects community


Lower standard of living of peoples and
peoples do not want to invest in that area.



Peoples suffe...
Affects economy of a country
Discourage domestic and foreign
investment, create uncertainty and
inefficiency.
Cost of crim...
Safety tips
 Crowded

route, avoid short cuts
 Doors/windows locked always
 Peep holes on outside doors
 Avoid valuabl...
Crime prevention
 reduce

opportunities for crime
 Community involvement
 Proper education and create sports
activities...
Punishment for crime
Execution

Imprisonment

Caunseling

Restitution
conclusion
“Crime is very bad and will
be worsen if there are no
action were taken from
the authority or even from
ourselv...
Any

Questions..?
Thank you 
Crime
Crime
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Crime

  1. 1. Crime Group Members: MUHD SYAFIQ HAFIZ B. MAASAH AIMAN FAUZANY B. ABDULLAH ANNAS B. ANWAR MOHD AFENDI B. MA’ARUP MUHD AIMAN B. RAMLE
  2. 2. Crime is generally classified into categories, including: violent crime.  property crime.  public order crime.
  3. 3. Types of crime Violent Crime • Murder • Drug trafficking •Bullying • Terrorism • Political violence Property Crime • Robbery Public Order Crime • Sexual assault • Kidnapping • Acid attack • Child abuse • Internet crime
  4. 4. Factors
  5. 5. “Unhealthy entertainment outlets and cyber cafes”
  6. 6. “media Influence” Magazines Televisions Violent Movies
  7. 7. “Reveal too many details about their personal life and activities”
  8. 8. Sex: •There are more male offenders than female offenders. Skills: •There are studies supporting the relationship between low IQ and crime. Family: •parents is associated with little moral support coerce and punish a lot. The breakdown between parents and children early is a good predictor of crime. •Unstable childhood/bad parenting •Drug/alcohol abuse •Urbanization •Psychological instability •Lawlessness Egocentrism: •They have great difficulty in visualizing the consequences of their actions (lack of empathy).
  9. 9. Affects of crime on society Affects people  effects peoples personal life  difficult to concentrate on work
  10. 10. Affects community  Lower standard of living of peoples and peoples do not want to invest in that area.  Peoples suffering from depression, anxiety, fear and dream disturbance.  Damage community spirit
  11. 11. Affects economy of a country Discourage domestic and foreign investment, create uncertainty and inefficiency. Cost of crime for society  Time and resources  Medical or health care service for victims  Pay for security
  12. 12. Safety tips  Crowded route, avoid short cuts  Doors/windows locked always  Peep holes on outside doors  Avoid valuables at home  Never reveal personal identification  Never talk loudly on your phone
  13. 13. Crime prevention  reduce opportunities for crime  Community involvement  Proper education and create sports activities.  Proper parental skills  Crime prevention is the responsibility of the government
  14. 14. Punishment for crime Execution Imprisonment Caunseling Restitution
  15. 15. conclusion “Crime is very bad and will be worsen if there are no action were taken from the authority or even from ourselves the public. We want the best for our kids and the new generation”
  16. 16. Any Questions..?
  17. 17. Thank you 
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