Nowadays all the people are scared for the crime that exist in the street.
One of the keys ways of ordinary members of society helping to prevent crime in their communities is by taking responsibility for that community. This responsibility takes many forms. It could mean, as a parent, making sure you always know where your children are, who they are with and what they are doing. If you do not know this, can you be sure that they are not causing trouble for other people. Equally, taking responsibility may mean joining some kind of local group aiming to better the neighbourhood in which you live. This may be something such as doing up a neglected garden which has been a magnet for vandals. By restoring its beauty, residents will take pride in it and the vandals will be less likely to return.
Don't Be Afraid
In recent years, people have become wary, fuelled by media reports of crime on the increase. And while it is right to take due care and sensible precautions, such as not walking alone late at night in deserted streets, if we leave the streets of our communities altogether, then we are leaving them to the criminals. So be aware of your surroundings but do not be unduly scared. For instance, if you see a group of youngsters hanging out, the chances are, they are not doing any harm. There is usually no need to be afraid of walking past them. Do not let perceived fear of crime affect the way you live your life – or criminals will be winning.