Many prostitutes will become drug addicts to better deal with the illegal sex acts they are performing, hoping that prostitution will only be temporary. Unfortunately when this situation occurs, prostitutes will quit selling their bodies but cannot kick the drug habit and in turn have to continue to solicit themselves in order to continue their addiction to illegal crimes; this is a depressingly vicious cycle. Both illegal drug use and illegal prostitution are part of public order crimes. Public order crimes are thought out crimes that often make society an innocent victim. Rather than just affecting an individual, public order crimes happen to the society that you reside within.
Hypothesis I-Drug Use Causes Crime, is illicit drug use historically has been associated with crime because of the racial fears surrounding the possible side effects on any ethnical group. Pharmacological violence is relative to this hypothesis because it is the study of the effects drugs have on the perpetrator under the influence of a particular psychoactive substance. The implications that the drug usage causes violence cannot be proven beyond any shadow of doubt, because no test can be conclusive due the variance in the amount of time illicit substances remain in the blood of the individual. Marijuana variances can show results from days to months. Moreover, due to the wide array of moods and behaviors associated with illicit drugs, it
However, despite this information, scientists have no basis to come to any conclusions with this data. Therefore, one must consider other possible factors that may create a criminal mind, to come to a reasonable decision as to how one is developed. It is prove... ... middle of paper ... ...lity that the victim may actually be partly to blame for the crime that was committed against them. Therefore it is often the environment that the criminal lives in, and the people that around them that influence them into committing a criminal act. In conclusion it is shown through examinations of a average criminals biological makeup is often antagonized by a unsuitable environment can lead a person to crime.
“Drugs and Alcohol abuse”, are phrases we hear commonly on the radio, television or in discussions of social problems. People believe it is the user’s personal choice however; it is not only a personal problem that dramatically affects individuals’ life but is a major social problem that affects society as whole. It has become one of the biggest problems in United States today. Alcohol or Drug abuse nearly automatically is linked with criminal acts. The statistical association between alcohol or drug abuse with crime seems to be convincing when examined at the first glance; however, it is not possible to make a conclusion concerning a distinct cause and effect association between the two aspects.
The issue on crime is split people say the crime would go down because the price of drugs would go down , maybe this is true but it is very unlikely. As people become addicted they need more and more, what happens when the money runs out? People are going to do whatever it takes to obtain their "fix" which includes stealing , robbing , and burglarization possibly even murder, anything to get their drugs. My feeling on this subject is that of total disagreement with the legalization of drugs. People only want the legalization for the profit end of the industry , which is the only appealing side of the drug trade, but it is not appealing enough to sacrifice my children's future for money.
This makes the world and society assume that all drugs and all drug users fit the typical stereotype. When someone is addicted to drugs society may not be directly affected but are very affected in the long run. The most direct way society is affected by drugs and their users is through the employment and criminal statistics. Employment is very much a problem for an addicted person and statistics show people desperate for drugs can commit crimes in order to get money to support their habit. This disrupts the whole idea of social cohesion only making chaos and producing prejudice attitudes.
The first advantage is because as we know that crimes and criminals comes in all types of size, shape, gender, and reasoning but the issue is that many of those who commit the crime not always fit the norm. With that said as b... ... middle of paper ... ...arities depending on the crime or a copycat but there is always some tiny clue that cause a difference in person’s action so if one relies on criminal profiling to resolve a crime it can lead to the blame of a possible innocent person. In conclusion I would say that though there are pros and cons with criminal profiling it is a time sensitive method of solving crimes that may need a closer. As a whole I am a one who thinks that if there was no criminal profiling there would not be bases on what the passion was for the crime or what type of individual would commit the crime. I can see how a bias opinion can affect the results regarding the validity of this method or the liability but there is a great benefit as it holds at least a starting point to solve a crime and take a criminal off the streets eventually before they may strike again either now or later in life.
Drug traffickers often use violence as a means to scare, intimidate, or prove a point. In a community that involves drug use and drug trafficking, residents no longer feel safe in the community. Drugs are related to crimes in many ways. It is a crime to use, make, possess, and distribute drugs; but drugs are also related to crime because of the effects they can have on the user’s behavior. Drug users under the influence of an illegal drug are not always conscious of the effects their behavior can ... ... middle of paper ... ...s Association, “More Policing Does Matter – Recent Findings from Objective Empirical Research”http://www.majorcitieschiefs.org/pdf/news/more_policing_does_matter.pdf October 2007.
This has many effects on the political and legal systems regarding laws and money. Drug use is closely related to crimes and and so the prevention of legalizing drugs is the goal. Popular drugs such as cocaine, heroine, and marijuana produce different effects on the person using it and can be addicting and cause drug abuse or addiction. The affects and use of drugs is a controversial subject and so that is why is it essential to conduct research and studies on this subject. Some of the research is based on different social groups which would be studied on there behavior and drug use and how to prevent drug use if it has not occurred yet.
Illegal drug users destroy their lives and the lives around them. Various health effects are reported by those who grow up around drug activity and by those who use the drugs. These sorts of problems are always happening no matter how many laws are placed on the drugs, and without the assistance of technology and law enforcement crime would be at an all time high. Technology plays a key part in the prevention of illegal drugs being produced, distributed, and sold around the country, while it may be expensive the benefits are worth the cost. The Criminal Justice system should be spending more on technology to prevent the production and distribution of drugs in United States of America.