To begin with, there is a widespread belief among many that little can be done to contain crime.
They argue that when poverty and the widening gap between the rich and the poor are prevalent in many nations,it is literally impossible to stop criminal offences.
However, I believe that crime can be limited with the aid of strict surveillance and an increase in police scrutiny of the localities with additional deployment of forces.
It is hoped that one day the world will become crime free and everyone will live without fear, though it seems very much like an utopian dream.
It is impossible to win an argument that seeks only a balance of ideas and this discussion about crime is one such argument.
Let's examine the premise that "crime is the evil" societies must contend with.
Many people are too scared to leave their home because of a fear of crime.
In every argument there exist premises that are presumed to be true and those premises are basically a plank that each arguer stands upon opposing ends of hoping to balance the plank upon the fulcrum of their opinions of morality.
It is quite obvious that the rate of crimes are increasing day by day in all societies in the world, but I personally do believe that there are a lot which can be done by both the governments and the individuals to reduce the crimes in communities.
A lot of important measures, on the one hand, can be taken by the governments in order to reduce or even eradicate different types of crimes .