Task 2 Essay Sample: Crime

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Some people say that when children under 18 commit a crime they should be punished, while others believe they should be educated. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

Despite the fact that how to punish the under-18-year-old wrongdoers appropriately does not grab a headline as frequently as other issues in the fastpaced life, it does not mean it is less vital. It is believed that instruction is a productive measure to deal with immature offenders. Others state a notion that penalties should be imposed on these ones. As far as I am concerned, I side with the second statement and the objective of this following essay is to debate both conflicting views.

On the one hand, we should recognize that teaching plays an integral part in treating the criminals aged less than 18 for some reasons. First and foremost, the kids fail to have a thorough insight into governmental policies and more broadly, law matters. Apparently, they are entitled to be trained fully and patiently not merely what they are enabled to do but also what they are not, by the ethics lectures at school, and the parenting at home. Secondly, the decision of punishment would be taken into consideration unfair if the kids serve a sentence while they are not entirely conscious of the consequence of the crime they commit. There are some clear instances that a young talent hacker accessed illegally the website of American Nation Bank for the simple purpose of demonstrating his ability. He, afterward, was sentenced to a re-education as the jury believed in his unconsciousness of massive consequences in term of finance and economy.

Having said that, however, I hold a strong belief that there is a wide range of benefits why law-makers should impose strict punishment to law-breakers no matter whether they are younger than 18 years-old. First of all, this approach attaches the authority’s significance to minimize circumstances that children offend the law. This can be seen in some underdeveloped countries, where the criminal organizations tend to pay for the parents to force their kids to do drug trafficking instead of the adult offender. The parents have a sense of relief partly due to a belief that in the worst scenario, their children would be not imprisoned as severely as adults. Last but not least, regardless of not merely the criminal’s age but also the scale of crime, a punishment that equally applies to all citizen is the profound contribution of promoting the law-abiding manner. As a result, the children have more strongly motivated by both home and school to obey the 462 school regulation and law system further.

In conclusion, while it seems evident both measures of education and punishment have their own unique advantages, I do believe that penalizing the younger-than18-year-old offenders should be recognized as indispensable to prevent the guilt recommitment.

People today do not feel safe either at home or when they are out. What are the causes? What are the solutions?

Nowadays, people neither feel safe in their own houses nor when they are in the street or other public spaces. Some causes need to be ascertained, but I believe there are also a lot of measures to solve this problem/issue/dilemma/obstacle.

There are several explanations why individuals feel unsafe regardless of where they are. Firstly, residents have a serious anxiety when it comes to social issues. Recently, burglaries and robberies have been significantly increasing/have become increasingly significant. A few years ago, and the robbery of a jewelry store, carried out by a 17-year-old Le Van Luyen, caused deaths of 3 people, including an 18-year-old child. Secondly, people are aware of the dangers when they use the roads due to the increasing rate of traffic accidents. This stems from the bad behaviors of people when attending traffic, such as drinking alcohols or driving over speed.

However/Nevertheless, some simple measures should be implemented to deal with those root causes of insecurity. It is necessary to improve the security systems of households. For example, surveillance cameras should be installed to help families monitor the activities happening in their own house, preventing robbers from stealing their assets. In terms of greater security on the road, authorities should enact strict traffic laws to find those who caught exceeding the speed limit. The public would be safer since people are aware of being charged a large amount of money.

 In conclusion, the fear of robbery or burglary and the problem of road safety can be tackled by effective solutions, giving people a greater sense of security.

Model 2

It is true that humans in the present time tend to feel insecure even at home or when going out due to a lot of reasons. As a result, many solutions have been given to deal with these problems.

There are two primary causes of people being/feeling unsafe either at home or outside. Firstly, there are more and more severe criminals in the society nowadays. For example, various cases in which murderers kill others without hesitation have been reported. Moreover, in order to seek for these criminals, policemen will probably, need some weeks or ever a month. Therefore, the security in society may be at risk and anxiety or nervous feeling can be raised in public areas. Secondly, the media, especially some e-commercial newspapers usually broadcast/publish some thrilling news. For example, some reputable websites in Vietnam like Vietnamnet or Vnexpress has their own section, which posts daily murders and other crimes on a regular basis. As a result, such reports would cause worries among people after reading the information from these websites.

Some advice has been considered so as to solve these controversies. At first, the government should put more emphasis on implementing some stringent resolutions so as to reduce the number of criminals in society. Only by this way, residents can get the safe environment to work and live without any anxious feeling. Besides, the media should also broadcast/report more role models of police officers or even some brave individuals, who help others to prevent offences. From the news, many inhabitants may know how to protect themselves from robbers

In conclusion, the anxiety either at home or when going out is increasing more in humans’ mind nowadays. This psyche may stem from a lot of reasons. Therefore, many solutions are also carried out so as to protect the social security in daily life.

Some people think that the best way to reduce crime is to give longer prison sentences. Others, however, believe there are better alternative ways of reducing crime. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Arguments over how best to stop the increase of crime rate have been going on, especially in the recent decades. Some insist giving prisoners longer prison sentences would be the best way. Although there is some truth to that statement, I still think that there are better alternatives to tackle this matter.

There are many benefits of sentencing offenders longer prison period. Firstly, spending a long time in jail provides an opportunity to get them more rehabilitated through many services available inside. For instance, they could have more time to reflect their own behaviour and re-educated themselves the way not to reoffend once they are released. Not mentioning, having a lengthy period in prison also means having more careful vocational training, which would work as a better preparation for a positive back to society with lesser changes to re-offend. In addition to this, with a longer period of the prison sentence, it would be a more effective deterrent for someone who is thinking of commit a crime. In fact, the longer the criminals who committed more serious damage to others such as murders or assaults are separated from society, the stricter the punishment shows.

On the other hand, some people argue that it is not simple so because leaving people in prison for a long time also leads to some negative influence while there are some alternative methods to low the rising levels of crime. In somehow, the prison system can make the situation worse when giving offenders changes to mix with other criminals and gang up a potential group for future criminals when they are released then. While one other way to deform offenders is community services, of course under heavy supervisions in order to keep safe for innocent civilians, which would help their character (to be) improved when it is not only a way for them to pay the price for their sins, but also makes them feel still contributing/ helpful to their local communities. If so, when being released they still keep a sense of belonging to their communities and feel much easier to reintegrate back into society. On top of that, the government could focus its resources on the causes of crime, which would lead to less crime in the future in society degrees. For example, maintaining the quantity of police on the street is really necessary because if there are less police, it is more likely for people to commit crimes because of greed.

In conclusion, there are clear grounds both for and against long imprisonment in individual levels as well as society one, however, I lay my thoughts alongside the alternative ways.

In some countries, the rate of crime committed by teenagers is increasing. What are the reasons and what can be done to relieve the problem?

There are a growing number of teenagers committing offences in some nations. There are a number of reasons behind this scorching issue and several solutions should be proposed to reduce this rate.

To begin with, there are some factors contributing to this increasing number. Two primary reasons are that many teenagers do not receive enough attention from their parents as well as insufficient awareness of severe consequences of committing a crime. For instance, some parents are too occupied with their works and do not pay enough attention to their children, which might leave their children to expose to the downsides of society. Consequently, they are more likely to do prohibited behaviors without perceiving their consequences.

Even though they might commit small crimes at first such as shoplifting, these violations tend to be more serious gradually hence, murders and manslaughters are inevitable. First and foremost, parents and schools should co-operate and put efforts on educating children properly. Although some parents might be busy with their job, they should attempt to associate with schools to guide their children to be good members of society. Secondly, various social media should play a part in raising young people’s awareness of negative outcomes for committing a crime. For example, programs about criminals and legislation should be introduced to young people in society in order to educate young people about prohibited actions and severe consequences of crimes such as murders.

To conclude, these measures should be put into thorough considerations by various parts of society in order to decrease the number of young people committing illegal actions.

There are many people who think prisons are just for criminals’ punishment while other people think they can be used for other purposes. Discuss both points of view and give your opinion.

Nowadays, prison sentences are seen as one of the most effective punishments to deter crime. Some people believe that penalizing criminals is the only purpose of prison, while others think the purposes of prison should not be limited to punishment. Personally, I am in favour of the latter opinion.

On the one hand, offenders deserve to be imprisoned in order to pay for the damages caused by their crimes. They suffer from restricted freedom and are under strict surveillance, which means they cannot do what they want or go where they want like before. Corporal punishments like beating or electronic shock can be used to get information from serious convicts, which can lead their mental and physical health to be damaged. Criminals are made to work hard from the morning to the evening despite the extreme weather in the summer or winter. For example, in my country, criminals have to clean up the streets under the heat of 37 degrees without complaining. Therefore, knowing the consequences of offending the law, convicts will not likely to break it again.

On the other hand, prison probably can make prisoners better. It provides rehabilitation, proprova sense of adult independence for criminals’. For example, by participating in harsh training programs and being equipped with employment skills, they can learn to take responsibility and respect the labor. These behaviours will help them to try earning a living after being released without over-reliant on anyone else. Furthermore, prison brings security to the society. As being locked in the jail, convicts can no longer harm innocent people anymore, ensuring the stability and safety of the society.

In conclusion, prison should not only be the place to penalize lawbreakers, but also where to nurture and guide criminals to a better direction. Whatever the purposes, they are there to ensure the security of the society.

Prison is the common way in most countries to solve the problem of crime. However, a more effective solution is to provide people a better education. Do you agree or disagree?

It is obvious that the popularity of prison sentences acts as an important way to control illegal actions, while the improvements in education have been considered as a means to eliminate the crime problems from its root. In my opinion, I strongly believe that both approaches are necessary to tackle the issue of offence.

On the one hand, there are several reasons why imprisonment policy is of indispensable necessity for citizens’ safety. Firstly, prisons are the place to keep people who have broken the law, which ensures social security. Especially, in terms of organized and premeditated crimes, cold-blooded murderers and serial rapists have to be imprisoned for their heinous actions. Furthermore, severe prison sentences can act as a deterrent against offences. Understanding deeply of consequences of committing crimes such as getting caught or condemned to jail, which also means losing freedom and living a miserable life in a cell, ones who are having the intention of offending illegalities would reconsider what is really worthy to do.

On the other hand, education serves as a remedy for the origin of crimes. Education contributes greatly to raise people’s both awareness and intellect and to form a civilized society. With full access to a better educational system, citizens would be well-informed about the damages that crimes would cause to their community and themselves, which eventually leads to the decrease in crime rate. Additionally, people armed with professional or vocational qualifications through fundamental education could secure their lives because it might be much easier for them to find a job with a stable salary. As a result, this would dispel any ideas of breaking the law.

In conclusion, I believe that there is no absolute solution to the question whether prison sentences or well-rounded education would take the dominant role in dealing with crimes as they both tackle the problem in different ways.

The crime rate in teenagers has increased dramatically in many countries in recent years. What are the causes, and what are the solutions?

The proportion of crime in teenagers saw a dramatic increase in other nations in recent years. There are several causes of increasing crime ratio in teenagers, and several actions need to be taken to solve this problem.

The growth of crime rate in teenagers is caused by several factors. Firstly, the internet and media are one of the factors, which lead to the wrongdoing of children. Because nowadays the internet and media tend to develop rapidly, young people have access to more violent materials such as video games or films. As a result, they imitate violent action in films or games which result in ABC. Secondly, since parents are busy to make money, they do not have enough time to take care of their children. Therefore, children can do whatever they want and might have inappropriate behavior such as drugs or stealing.

Effective solutions should be proposed to deal with the problems described above. First of all, the government should limit children’s access to violent materials. For example, violent films can be banned on TV. A second measure is that parents need to pay more attention to their offspring. For instance, parents should encourage their children to participate in useful activities such as sports or musical instruments as well as apply heavier punishments to teenage criminals to make them be afraid and avoid committing crimes.

 In conclusion, a number of reasons for dramatic increasing adolescent crimes can be addressed, and various measures need to be taken to tackle this problem.

There is a general increase in anti-social behaviours and lack of respect for others. What are the causes and solutions?

Anti-social behaviours and disrespect towards others have been a heated topic of debate in today’s world. Some explanations will be put forward before optimal solutions can be drawn to tackle this problem.

There are several reasons as to why hostile behaviour and disrespect are increasingly becoming popular in society. Firstly, lack of education for children in their early life could be attributed to anti-social behaviour. This is because, in the contemporary life, parents are too busy with their work to take care of their offsprings. Thus, children may be disoriented and could not distinguish between the right and the wrong behaviours in society. As a result, it is the precursor to gradual spread of aggressive behaviours in the community. Secondly, frequent exposure of people to violence in surrounding environment is also the main culprit of anti-social and disrespectful behaviors. Therefore, modern means of communication has become such an integral part of people’s life. People, mostly the young aged, can try to emulate such acts of violence, being unable to differentiate between good and bad. As a result, children, in particular, would have ill-mannered everyone.

Diversified measures can be implemented to address anti-social behaviours and disrespect. An obvious solution is to emphasize the importance of parental guidance. By paying more attention to the behaviour and emotional children, parents can provide children with the healthy educational environment, which help them develop proper manners and behaviours. For example, when children have accomplished high achievements, parents ought to give them a full credit and encourage much more. Another crucial solution is that the government should heavily censor violent contents that could adversely affect children’s cognitive ability. This will discourage people, especially the young, from emulating aggressive behaviours.

 In conclusion, there are a variety of reasons for the increase of hostile behaviours and disrespect in society. This urges both the government and family to take immediate actions to tackle this circumstance.

Model 2

It is true there is a rise in anti-social behaviors and disrespectful attitudes towards others. There are many reasons for this phenomenon and steps need to be taken to improve the situation. Firstly, the main reason is the lack of parental education.

Nowadays, many parents are overburdened with their work, they have a tendency to be indifferent to children education. Consequently, without parents’ advice, the youngsters cannot distinguish between the right and the wrong, ill-mannered attitudes may be formed in the cognitive development of young people without being controlled. Furthermore, as people have to live in a society where violence and discrimination are the norms, they are likely to show anti-social attitudes or disrespect to others. For example, if boys live in sexist families in rural areas, they will show the worrying tendency of disrespecting women when they grow up.

Fortunately, several measures could be taken to tackle/solve this problem. The first solution is that governments should raise public awareness in order to reduce violence and discrimination. Moreover, they should also impose strict laws on prohibiting violent and discriminatory acts to deter them from committing a crime. In addition, in terms of parental obligation/responsibility, parents should equally spend their time equally between working and bringing up / nurturing their offspring. If children have any signs of an anti-social and insolent manner, parents will have to talk to them immediately and provide them cognitive orientation properly / decently for their children. Finally, parents should also develop a prosocial sense in their children, which will result in positive influences when they are mature.

To conclude, there are many reasons for this issue and appropriate steps need to be taken to tackle this complication.

Model 3

Human beings have made much progress in a multitude of different domains for the last few decades. Simultaneously, however, social problems have therefore increased/escalated/arouse. Anti-social behaviors have become one of the major concerns which need to be straightened out. In this writing, I will put forward some possible reasons as well as practical solutions to the issue.

First and foremost, the government must take responsibility for anti-social behaviors such as illegal activities in society because there are inequalities existing in the country’s legal system. For example, the lack of strict punishments for corruptive behaviors among high-ranking officials makes graduates’ possibility of applying for jobs more difficult. The implication of this is that the higher rate of unemployment is apparently inevitable for the poor, which is one of the main roots of committing a crime. Therefore, corrupt officials must be sacked and recruiting a person to a new position ought to be advisably merit-based.

Secondly, parents should also be blamed for their children’s characters because family life has a significant effect on children’ mental health and their behaviors. Obviously, the violent situations in family cause kids’ disaffection towards society and the world, which then pushes them into social evils such as playing truant, stealing, fighting. Therefore, parents are responsible for their children’s anti-norm conducts.

In conclusion, anti-social behaviors are easily affected/impacted/influenced by several factors from a limited area like the violence in the family to enormous one outside society like injustice in performing worthy penalty for corruption/deviancy/delinquency. Therefore, some actions need to be taken to partly deduct the harmful influence on occurrences of anti-social behaviors by correcting human behaviors.

Prison is the common way in most countries to solve the problem of crime. However, a more effective solution is to provide people with a better education. Do you agree or disagree?

People have different views about the most effective way to minimize crimes. While I agree that prison can be a good solution to solve crimes, I would also argue that it is better if the government educates citizens to reduce the problem of crime.

On the one hand, I agree that prison is a necessary measure to help the government deal with crime. Firstly, this is an effective method to punish people who commit crimes. For example, those who commit murder in many nations can face a life sentence. As a result, everyone can be afraid of some punishments who are less likely to commit a crime. Secondly, when offenders are kept in jails, they will not get out and interact with other people in society. This contributes to making sure everyone is safe. If serious offenders are not sent to prisons, this can be a great threat to others.

On the other hand, I believe that educating citizens is a better way to reduce the problem of crimes. The first reason is that there are many crimes that occur from the lack of awareness. For instance, many people do not know that having intercourse with an underage is illegal. Therefore, it is necessary to educate individuals about the law and this can help them avoid making mistakes. Besides, when people are properly educated, they can have sufficient knowledge and essential abilities to get a job to support themselves. This can contribute to the reduction of some types of crimes such as robbery and burglary. I

n conclusion, while prison is an effective solution to punish criminals, I would agree that education is a better way to reduce social evils.

Crime rate, in most countries, is often higher in urban areas than in rural areas. Why do you think that is? What can be done to reduce the crime rate?

It is true that the crime rate has been increasing in a lot of areas, which requires different approaches in dealing with this phenomenon. Given that the crime level is higher in metropolitan areas than it is in rural areas. Identifying the reasons behind this pattern is the key to finding the solutions.

There are a number of factors for the existence of this trend. First, since urban districts are more ethnically diverse than rural ones, the likelihood of conflicts leading to crime among people with different values and belief system is higher. For example, the more severe lack of familiarity and mutual understanding among individuals in urban areas can get people/them into unnecessary fights, which potentially leads to crime. Second, in metropolitan zones, people have to compete for limited opportunities and scarce resources due to the overcrowded population. To put it simply, those who cannot compete with other few successful, even petty ones, would have a greater tendency to commit crimes, just to make/earn a living.

By understanding aforementioned reasons, governments and authorities can take some steps to control the crime rate. To deal with the ethnically diverse problem, local officials should organize more sociocultural activities and gatherings to improve interpersonal relationships as well as resolve any existent conflicts. For example, Toronto is the most multicultural city in the world with crime rate among the lowest thanks to such activities and cultural events, which enhance citizen’s awareness. Furthermore, when it comes to the high level of crime commitment, enforcing stricter punishments, such as an extremely expensive fee for a criminal case, would discourage people from committing a crime. For instance, if the costs of breaking the law were much higher, every potential criminal would think twice, hence resulting in crime deduction.

In conclusion, cultural diversity and overpopulation can explain the higher crime rate in urban districts than rural ones. By focusing on the differences among people and the law, crime rates in either cities or countries would decline.

Some reports have discovered the incidence of violence/ crimes committed by young women is increasing. Give possible reasons and recommendations to the situation.

In recent years, it is a fact that the proportion of young women breaking laws and having violent actions has been growing at an alarming pace.

There are a diverse number of reasons which could explain for this phenomenon will be put forward before a few possible solutions are drawn. The aforementioned fact could be ascribed to many reasons. A primary reason could be the low quality of education. At their young ages, those females who committed crimes might not be taught about moral and polite behaviors elaborately. Consequently, young women have an inclination of becoming wrongdoers. Therefore, the percentage of juvenile female delinquents witnessed a sharp increase.

Another reason explaining this phenomenon could be the existence of gender inequality in some countries. An excellent example of this is that in Argentina, a young woman spent money buying a gun to shoot a group of men because of priority for men in the company she worked for. This action results in many losses of life that remind people to implement gender equality. Some solutions could be adopted to tackle the aforementioned problem. An effective measure is seeking a way to enhance the quality of education for juvenile girls. What both families and schools should do to solve this phenomenon is illustrating moral and behavior lessons for adolescent girls. In addition, gender equality laws should be enacted. For example, the managers of corporations should give promotion opportunities for both men and women. From my perspective, this action could mitigate the number of young women committing crime and violence actions because women may feel that they are respected and treated fairly in society.

In conclusion, there are many causes which create this proclivity. Positive measures, including improving quality of education and implementing gender equality laws should be adopted to address this situation.

In recent years, there has been a considerable rise in crimes committed by young people in cities. What has caused this? What solutions can you suggest?

Recently, the rise of crime among young people is an urgent problem in urban areas around the world. There are a number of reasons behind this issue and several solutions should be proposed to handle this problem.

There are two primary causes of the rise in crimes committed by the youth. One reason is that drugs and alcohol today are commonly sole with low prices that enable young people to buy and use them. It is undeniable that people could easily lose control because of over-used drugs and alcohol. For example, street fights are commonly witnessed outside of bars and clubs in Viet Nam. Another reason is that nowadays children learn academic subjects only rather than have moral and social classes. For example, the pressure of marks, which usually came from parents, force children to study harder in order to achieve high scores. As a result, students will not have enough time to learn about negative impacts of drugs and how to avoid them.

However, measures must be taken by governments to handle this problem. Firstly, we should create a stricter system of penalties and punishments to deter young people from the life of crime. A recent research conducted by Dantri, a wellknown newspaper in Vietnam, shows that countries that have tighter laws have lower crimes rate than the others. Secondly, schools must provide children with moral values such as tolerance and sharing. For instance, we could reduce the amount of time that children spent on studying math or chemistry, and fill in with some practical courses. This could raise awareness about crimes among students, as a result, crimes rate is more likely to be reduced.

In conclusion, various measures can be taken to tackle the increase in youth crimes rate.

Young people who commit crimes should be treated the same as adults who commit crimes. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

It is argued that same punishments should be applied to both young criminals and adults who commit offenses. In my opinion, I agree with this point of view only if the crime is serious.

There are several reasons why it is wrong to impose the same punishments on both adolescent and adult criminals. Firstly, perhaps young people could only commit minor crimes, and this causes very little damage to society. It is better to send them back to family or school for rehabilitation. Secondly, they are not mature enough to understand that their misbehaviors could have negative impacts on the society, and these behaviors often come from peer pressures. For example, those who suffer from school discipline problems, such as bully, are forced by their bulliers to pursue illegalities such as robbing or stealing which can exert serious effects to others.

However, I would argue that strict punishments like prison sentences should be imposed on young offenders who commit dangerous crimes. This is because only such punishments could demonstrate to the adolescents that heinous actions will have consequences, and this can help to dispel any ideas of committing crimes of young people in communities. In some countries, Vietnam for example, young offenders aged below eighteen will be put on probation, even if they commit a serious crime such as murder. As a result, the number of young people who break the law in Vietnam has been increasing rapidly. Therefore, it is necessary for governments to implement a policy of zero tolerance to dangerous crimes regardless of the ages.

In conclusion, it seems to me that juvenile offenders who commit dangerous crimes should deserve same treatments as adults.

Model 2

Many people think that youngsters should be treated equally as adults when they break the laws. I completely disagree with this opinion as it is of my opinion that different levels of punishments should be imposed among wrongdoers.

There are some reasons why the government may follow policies which are soft on crime when young people commit an offense. Firstly, pre-matured offenders are sometimes not aware of how serious their crimes are. They may not be wellequipped with legislation knowledge so that they do not think their behaviors are wrong. Secondly, the youngsters are likely to be incited to break the laws by other criminals. For example, students easily turn to drugs when they are enticed by their classmates. As a result, proper education is encouraged to reduce the percentage of young people’s misconducts and punishments on inexperienced offenders may be different from wrongdoers for the second time. Apart from the above explanations, I believe that when adults embark on a life of crime, they are totally aware of the consequences they may suffer.

However, the benefits when breaking the laws are too appealing for criminals to commit a crime. For instance, drug trafficking will bring offenders billions of dollars which they can never make/earn by doing legal business. If they choose to take the risk, they should be given strict sentences as a pay-back for their illegal actions. In addition, behaviors of the adults will have tremendous impacts on educating the young generation and maintaining social orders. Therefore, a policy of zero tolerance should be applied to experienced people who are well aware of the law but try to find numbers of ways to break it.

In conclusion, from my personal perspective that different sentences should be given to young and matured wrongdoers based on their awareness and intention/motive to commit an offense.

Some people think that if a police force carries guns, it would cause a high level of violence in that society. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

In recent years, there have been a lot of controversial arguments about the question of whether police force should bring guns or not. From my perspective, I wholeheartedly agree that they are bound to carry weapons like guns during the time of fulfilling their missions. There are a variety of reasons for the aforementioned point of view.

To begin with, carrying guns would merely constitute more powerful and professional military force who can compel criminals to be frightened. In some occasions, they use weapons just for warning, not to make others get injured. As a result, it can make valuable contribution to reduce the crime rates and keep the society eventful. Moreover, it is inconsequential to accomplish their missions when they are facing with fiendish offenders without weapons, let alone they effortlessly perish.

On the other hand, one of the most undeniable driving forces is that the police are also carefully trained the way to use guns and in what emergency situations weapons should be used. In addition, it is undoubted that if military forces use their guns for falling out of the laws or even personal purposes, they will be punished like a wrong-doer. It is certainly true that non-weapon police force can alleviate the level of violence in the society, however, the gravity of violence will get worse if they are not powerful enough to overpower criminals.

In conclusion, it seems to me that guns used by police force plays a crucial role in dealing with crimes and its merits outweigh drawbacks, therefore, it is infeasible to ban police force from carrying weapons.

It is better for college students to live in schools than live at home with their parents. Do you agree or disagree?

It is commonly seen that undergraduate students should choose to live with their families. While I accept this may suit some people, I believe that university students should be encouraged to live independently in the school campus.

On the one hand, there are several benefits for people who decide to live with their families while they are studying in university. Firstly, their eating habits and diets are much healthier as their mothers are the ones who prepare every meal for the whole family. Students living alone, however, tend to shift their focuses away from their daily nutrition and usually consume an excessive amount of prepared meals or processed foods which later on cause various health diseases such as obesity and diarrhea. Secondly, it obviously costs much less money to live with your parent as you don’t have to pay for your living cost. If you decide to move out and rent an apartment, for example, you will soon face many financial difficulties because you have to spend for countless essential things in your daily route with the only limited budget.

On the other hand, there are some reasons why students would move out and live on their own. To be more specific, students who live in dormitories within the school’s campus will have chances to interact with many people such as their roommate or even other international students. Thus they will be exposed to different cultures, custom and points of view which are really useful for their lives after they grow up. Furthermore, in order to earn their living, many students have to secure several part-time jobs, these experiences will help them broaden their knowledge and gain many qualifications as well as soft skills which open the door to better job opportunities after they graduated.

In conclusion, it is certainly true that living with your parent is beneficial in some ways, but this is by no means people should not enjoy their student lives in school campus as it brings many advantages for your later career and lifestyle.

Some people believe that a crime is a result of social problems and poverty, others think that crime is a result of bad person’s nature. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

People have different views with regard to the factors that make people turn to/commit a crime. While I tend towards the viewpoint that the bad innate characteristics are responsible for this situation, I am more convinced that it is largely a consequence of social issues and poverty.

On the one hand, the bad essence of individuals is an important factor leading to a rising crime rate. Firstly, it is certainly true that a person possessing bad qualities is more violent and may start a criminal life more easily than a normal one. For instance, from an educational perspective, those who are bullying students that usually frighten the weaker are more likely to be found guilty of breaking the laws in the future. Furthermore, people who have a sense of laziness and greediness can easily embark on the life of crime by being lawbreakers to acquire easy money instead of making an honest living. For example, there has been a growing tendency that the young adults take an illegal action by taking another person’s property.

On the other hand, I concur with those who argue that social problems and poverty are the primary reasons associating with the strong passion of people for becoming offenders. On a social aspect, there are many issues resulting in the increase in crime rate. For example, the adolescent tends to breed future wrongdoers as a result of the negative impacts of the prisoners whom they know. Another key factor is that people suffering from lots of difficulties because of being in poor condition can decide to commit serious offenses. If people do not have enough money to make ends meet, they will be tempted to become involved in criminal lifestyles just to satisfy their families’ financial needs.

In conclusion, while there are some various convincing causes why bad innate dispositions can lead to criminal trend, my own view is that the main reasons are social conditions and problems.

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