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Questioneer on crime

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- Questionnaire * Are some parts of this city considered more dangerous than others? Which parts? * Are there any places you are afraid to visit because of the high crime rate? If so, where? * Are you apprehensive about walking outside after dark? * Do you always lock your house? * Do you know anyone who has been mugged (robbed)? * Do you know someone who has been a victim of a violent crime? ...read more.


* Have you ever been the victim of a crime? How about others in your family? * Have you ever done anything illegal? If so, what did you do? * Have you ever had anything stolen? * Have you ever had something stolen from you? * Have you ever seen a crime? o Have you ever witnessed a crime? * Have you ever stolen anything? * How can you prevent things from being stolen? o How can you avoid having things stolen from you? ...read more.


* What crimes have you heard about recently in the news? * What do you think is the worst crime a person could commit? Why? * What kinds of crime are most common in your country? What are the penalties for these crimes? * What kinds of crimes are increasing? * What kinds of crimes do you think can be prevented? How? * What makes some people become criminals? Is it poverty, upbringing, lack of education, unemployment or something else? * Why do you think crime is more prevalent in some societies than in others? o (Why is there more crime in some countries?) * Why do you think people steal things? ...read more.

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