Social consequences of a crime can quickly penetrate and manifest themselves in various spheres of life of society. Anyway, they apply to all citizens. In the public mind the consequences of crime are accumulated as a danger, a real threat to everyone, but because they are sometimes recognized more important than crime itself and because the consequences of crimes can be very different, and they all are more or less have more psychological and often psychic sense. Many consequences because of their "insignificance", for example, murder, grievous bodily harm, rape, etc., or may be just a simple theft, does not fall within the scope of accounting, and not all of them, in principle, can be taken into account. However, they all are harmful and have negative impacts on the interpersonal and social relations. Again, not only the individual but also the society in every way incurs costs in connection with the crime.
The impact of crimes is not only applied to the material damage. Damage is often emphasized (which is most often the case), and the damage to peoples health. Sometimes it not only affects the human psyche, but it leads to disability, makes a disabled cripple. Damage is associated with violence and deprivation of life. There are various emotional imbalances as well that disturbs the victims such as frustration, confusion, the feeling of denial and the feeling of terror.
Real harm can occur immediately after a criminal act or many years later thereafter. For example, a close relative murdered mental illness may occur after a considerable period of time after the murder; child abuse can lead to very secluded situations. The greatest example of the deep effects of a crime on its victims and their related ones can be taken from the event of September 11, 2001. It was the day when a lot of people witnessed the terrifying