Different theories

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Introduction I would like to let you know the difference between the different kind of theories that are in the United States and what is being done to prevent these from happening.
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Rational choice theory Definition : Rational choice theory are theories that provide a tangible motive for them to obey the law. The theory of the crime is to deter people from committing more serious offenses and crime also punishment. Proportional people would be encouraged to commit more serous crimes
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Policy implications are that people are to prevent all criminal offenses Example of this theory is to try to prevent crimes from happening and also try to stop crimes from even happening before they even start. The results of the public policy is give three shrikes and your out.
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Trait theories Definition: Trait theories are not overly concerned with legal definition’s of crimes.
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course HCA 230 taught by Professor Health during the Spring '02 term at University of Phoenix.

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