Firstly improving communities infrastructure through workshop, design, construction and routine maintenance and by engaging the youths to be a path of these program!
I don't believe architecture will be effective if you are looking for a fast fix. Over several generations, I could see architecture having an effect, if the political situation stays stable during that time and a broad spectrum of people are exposed to architecture in their education. I am referring to the art of architecture. I don't think the business side of architecture helps reduce crime at all, since most of the decisions are actually made by owners and developers and city officials. Money is the driving force in those three.
by Mercyalone 7 years ago
If you know supporting a cause to overturn,certain felonies would reduce crime,would you join it?80% of felons are non-violent and gotten as teens or young adults,now as Adults with families to raise shouldn't their felonies be expunged after 5 years without getting into any trouble?
by ezba29 2 years ago
How to reduce crime and illegal activities? Can we able save our next generation from wrong doings?Not by strict rules how can we reduce crime of our new generation?
by TJBaruch 8 years ago
I believe the answer is "YES!" ...And here's why I think so.... Last winter a small group of us prayer-walked a 4 square block area adjacent to Bartlett Park in South St. Petersburg, Florida, known for its high crime rate. We blessed the land and prophetically proclaimed the gospel of...
by Motherbynature 3 years ago
A white man walked into a church and shot down 9 people, including a pastor. Rightfully it is being considered a hate crime. The coward is still at large. Are you shocked that this happened in 2015?
by Michael Collins aka Lakemoron 5 years ago
The tragic events that happened in Boston in a way proved the message that no amount of laws will prevent the will of a mad man. Crazy (whether in the name of his/her God or some other reason) follows no law, rhyme or reason expect hurt as many people as possible. Up until now we as a people could...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
What are the TEN things that could reduce, even eliminate child poverty in the United States?The solutions suggested don't involve governmental assistance/handouts nor charity at all but changes in a person's lifestyle and mindset. All people have to do is to be more responsible and...
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