Professional Recommendation to Stop Crime
A recommendation to stop crime usually comes from some professional crime prevention organization. Such organizations are most often associated with the federal government, local police, or other components of the criminal justice system.
Crime prevention requires an understanding of the three elements requisite for a criminal act to occur. First, the criminal must possess the motivation or the desire to commit the crime.
Second, the criminal must possess the skills and/or the tools necessary to commit the crime. Finally, the criminal must have the opportunity to commit the crime.
These three elements are often referred to in law enforcement as "motive, means, and opportunity." To stop crime, a preventive measure must focus on eliminating one or more of these three elements.
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