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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Professional Recommendation to Stop Crime

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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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Monday, March 1, 2010

Online Organizations to Help Protect and Prevent from Cyber Crimes



There are many organizations to help protect and prevent from cyber crimes, but not all of them are useful to individual consumers. If you want real, concrete information on how to protect yourself from cyber crime, watch the video above.

The speaker describes all of the many anti-cyber-crime services offered on McAfee.com. All of the services described in the video are completely free and can let you know if you're already a victim of a cyber crime.

McAfee.com guides you through a three-stage process to detect and prevent cyber crime. First, you will see a series of steps that McAfee recommends taking in order to defend your machine against cyber crime.

The next step is completing a short online survey about your security measures to find out where you could improve your safeguards. The survey does not ask for any sensitive personal information. Finally, after you receive a free security profile of your PC, you can call and talk to a McAfee advisor to answer any questions you may have.






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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Do You Think Cameras Deter or Prevent Crime? Experts Say No

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If you ask some experts the question "do you think cameras deter or prevent crime," you might get a resounding "no." More and more criminal experts are refuting the idea that crime cameras actually work.

When cities and businesses need the cameras to work, they often fall short. For example, New Orleans has installed cameras throughout the city to catch criminals in the act.

However, city residents and city council members were outraged when a shooting took place and the crime camera that should have caught it all was not rolling at the time.

Perhaps the most damaging consequence of the cameras not rolling when they should be is the message that malfunction sends to criminals. If they believe there is a good chance the cameras won't work when they commit a crime, there is little deterrent to prevent them from doing so.






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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Firefighters Help Prevent Crime in Schools

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A new experiment has firefighters collaborating with local and federal authorities to assume a new role. The purpose of the experiment is to see if firefighters help prevent crime in schools.

One school has already tried the experiment. Garfield Middle School theorized that any uniformed presence can help deter crime, and firefighters are no exception.

So far, the plan has worked. After stationing uniformed firefighters throughout the school during regular hours, school crime has dropped substantially.

The results are encouraging and may lead other schools to recruit local firefighters to patrol school grounds to help contain violence and other criminal activity. Firefighters often have down time on their shifts, so the school patrol allows them to make the most of their time on duty.






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Monday, February 8, 2010

Tips on How to Prevent Computer Crimes

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Everyone is interested in tips on how to prevent computer crimes because breaches of personal computers can be devastating. Your documents, financial spreadsheets, and personal identifying information could all be compromised if computer crime occurs.

You may have heard of something called a firewall, which is basically a buffer that keeps external users out of certain programs on your machine. The firewall will prevent hackers from accessing the programs and information to which you have access.

Firewall software is just as important as anti-virus software to secure your computer. In fact, most comprehensive anti-virus programs come with firewall protection included.

You might even consider using separate machines for external access and personal computing needs now that computers are so affordable. For instance, you might use one non-Internet-enabled laptop to compose documents and do your taxes, and use another machine to check your emails and surf the Web.






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Monday, February 1, 2010

How Can U Prevent Cyber Crime Kit Attacks?



Everyone is aware of the danger of cyber crime, but now committing such crimes is easier than ever with cyber crime kits. These kits are essentially viruses for sale online for aspiring hackers.

So you're probably wondering how can u prevent cyber crime kit attacks on your computer. Thankfully, there are several basic things you can do to protect your information and your hardware from these attacks.

First, purchase a solid anti-virus program and regularly run updates to ensure you have protection against the latest viruses. Try to find an anti-virus program that also includes anti-malware and anti-spyware elements as well.

Also, don't underestimate the importance of constantly-changing, complex passwords. Secure your email and financial accounts with difficult passwords that you change every 30-60 days.






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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Where to Find Stop Crime Clipart

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Stop crime clipart can help you enhance a PowerPoint presentation, Word document, pamphlet, brochure, and other anti-crime media and literature. You can find anti-crime clip art easily online.

For example, if you visit FotoSearch.com/illustration/crime.html, you can find over 1300 images of anti-crime clip art. If you see an image you want, you can right click it to save it to your desk top.

When you're searching for images, you can organize them by license type. In other words, not all of the images are free; some require royalty fees.

If you want to search for only free anti-crime clip art images, you can organize the gallery to produce only those results. You can also toggle back and forth between "illustration" results and "clip art" results.






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