Broken windows Theory

A concept derived from an article by James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling published in March 1982 in The Atlantic Monthly. The authors argued that neighborhood disorder creates fear and gives out crime-promoting signals. According to the theory, targeting small problems, such as vandalism on walls, litter on sidewalks, or broken windows in abandoned buildings, will prevent a more serious crime. Based on this concept, the New York City Police Department implemented a “zero-tolerance” policy for policing petty crimes in 1990. The 1990s was a time of significant decrease in crime in New York City, largely attributed to the policing approach’s focus on maintaining community order and safety. Critics of the theory argue that even those cities that did not adopt this approach saw their crime rates drop during this period.. …

Autore: Fabio Iacobini

Cogito Ergo Sum I am a young man with plenty of determination and motivation. After high school in my village, I decided to move to the university of law in Sassari. After two years, I realized that it was not for me, and I went to London to improve my English and make a new job and life experience. It was great working in the best hotels and restaurants in Central London (Mayfair and Knightsbridge ). I started reading a lot making myself curious about the World and the People. Journalism, soon became my passion for sharing my idea and knowledge to the most famous and richest customers in London. I come back to Italy to spread my knowledge to my family and friends. For the next future, I see my self successful Blogging and in Hospitality with the passion of theatre. I hope to meet all of you, signing an autograph and shaking hands-off in a sign of respect. All the best of luck Yours, Fabio

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