We explain what crime is and what youth crime consists of. In addition, how organized crime develops.
What is crime?
Crime is a concept that is used daily to refer to different situations. When we talk about crime we are referring to the act of committing one or several crimes, it is one action that people exercise when violating the laws and for which, in case of being convicted of such acts, a punishment imposed by a judge must be complied with.
The judicial organs are those that determine the type of penalty, depending on the degree of the transgression. The individuals judged will have the right to defense, whether hired on their own or through designated State attorneys. . This is why the end result may not be fair to the plaintiffs or affected parties.
The most common punishments are imprisonment or imprisonment and also fines, although there are also others, depending on the country of the State in which it is prosecuted, that the defendant can even serve the death penalty (execution), although it is rare.
In others it simply varies by the number of years, in some it extends for life, the latter usually takes place in the case of having committed homicides or by directing groups that have committed murders There are other situations in which the designated time is so little that it can be paid by daily signatures. Social work counts in the same way as punishment.
Currently fighting against this phenomenon that has always existed, it may be impossible to eradicate it, but its control must be evaluated due to the precariousness of the punishment systems and the few prevention mechanisms. They are effective.
It can serve you: Impunity.
Juvenile delinquency is that perpetrated by minors (depending on the country, it can be up to 17 years) and they have a specific court for their prosecution, which aims at re-education and inclusion, always keeping in mind youth protection . That is, not only apply a penalty.
In Anglo-Saxon countries, such as the United States, juvenile delinquency tends to be more violent (armed robbery, intimidation, rape, etc.) than in other parts of the world, such as Latin America, where it is usually related to traffic or consumption. of illicit substances and the theft of spices are usually theft. Although also the violence with which they operate has been increasing in recent times and are the main focus of bands who want to capture members to commit their misdeeds.
Organized crime is planned and its members are perfectly designated to fulfill specific roles within the group. This term was first used to classify the movements that the mafias made.
The police have always worked in secret to deactivate these powerful groups, which in some parts of the world have become "owners" of territories, sowing fear in their surroundings.