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Journalism & Communication
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Running Head: Staff study format Staff study format Name Institution Date Staff study format Listing and describing the Course of Actions (COAs) The two articles selected in this case are ‘Biting back: Preventing repeat burglary and car crime in Huddersfield” by David Anderson and Ken Pease and “CCTV in three town centres in England” by Ben Brown (Clarke, 1997).
The two articles share a similar course of action (COA) which is simply to prevent the occurrence of further repeat crime in the said countries. The articles discuss different methodologies trough which such crimes can be curbed, controlled or even prevented. However, the two articles different course of action and method where one is the use of CCTV to prevent crime and the other one being the use of repeat victimization to prevent crime. Though different methodologies, the two articles have one main agenda which is to prevent crime. Identification of minimum criterion Crime control in the two towns is measured by a reduction in the number of reported crimes. Less is better effect is one of the minimum criterion applicable in this study. The article on “CCTV in three town centres in England” by Ben Brown is better in terms crime control than the article on ‘Biting back: Preventing repeat burglary and car crime in Huddersfield” by David Anderson and Ken Pease. Mounting CCTV cameras on the three cities works well in crime control than repeat victimization which is used as a standard approach to crime prevention across an entire police division. ...
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