Throughout the years, millions of communities and societies have evolved, and there have always been different ways of behavior when with other people; this has allowed humanity to flourish over time. Unfortunately, just like there are people who behave well and respect others, there are also lots of those with offending behavior in their community. There are many different types of offending behavior, which could, in fact, lead to some real problems and even imprisonment in some cases.
This paper presents three different types of offending behavior like behavior, psychological and cognitive problems that goes on in most communities around the world. Also, about it suggests some programs like Crime Prevention through Social Development programs to fix these types of misbehavior in people in order to develop a better community and society at the same time (Schneider, 2011).
Every community around the world has its own set of rules and regulations. They also have their own customs. Besides, there are things that are perceived well by the people of those communities and things that are forbidden. The following are three of the most common offending behaviors, which have affected communities in one way or another and should be abolished worldwide today.
Thankfully, today, we have developed many different kinds of solutions, strategies, associations and groups which are meant to help reduce the cases of these kinds of behaviors and crimes (Farrington & Loeber, 1999). As stated earlier, in this report, we will be looking at three different Crime Prevention through Social Development Programs. These programs aim to alleviate social, personal and other environmental risk factors that increase the risk of offending (Schneider, 2011). These programs can found in almost every country and community, and, in fact, they have helped a lot throughout the years.
Schools always have special programs and classes which are meant to teach other than academic activities like Crime prevention, how to improve socialization, how to reduce crime risk factors, alienation etc., (Schneider, 2011). These programs also teach about the effects that these behaviors can have on people and what can be done to stop them. They also recommend some of the best solutions for those people who are suffering from any type of offensive behavior from someone else.
Employment based CPSD programs are the only thing that helps people to get employment and attend training for future employment (Farrington, 2002). At-risk youth are given residential and intensive programs. At risk youths are also given Prison-based educational programs and vocational training with wages and work based subsides (Schneider, 2011).
This training program helps disadvantaged families to gain employment training and child care programs. This program includes high quality early childhood education programs and positive parenting programs to help youth at risk to develop and support good parenting techniques and strengthening the family (Schneider, 2011).