Craft the outline, introduction and one developed paragraph on the topic: Compare and contrast the measures used by two Caribbean countries to address the issue of crime. Narrowed topic: Compare and contrast the measures used by Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago to address the issue of Crime. Thesis: While both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago attempts to prevent crime by offering educational and employment opportunities, they differ in the message they promote through law enforcement Topic
Both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago aim to provide better educational opportunities to assist in crime prevention. Employment Opportunities
Another area of similarity in the crime prevention methods of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago is the provision of increased employment opportunities. Law Enforcement
In terms of law enforcement, Trinidad and Tobago promotes a message that is fair and accountable while Jamaica focuses on respect for human rights.
Violent crime in the Caribbean can be overcome if a right mix of policies and programmes is carried out to prevent violence, according to the first Caribbean Human Development Report 2012 launched by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Although crime rates have been decreasing or stabilizing in other parts of the world, they were still on the rise in most of the assessed Caribbean nations with recent reductions, though, in the most affected ones, that is, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. The sense of security varies considerably from a country to another in a way that is negatively correlated to the level of violent crime. In Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, crime is high, and respondents in these countries expressed more negative feelings about security. While both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago attempts to prevent crime by offering educational and employment opportunities, they differ in the message they promote through law enforcement. Both Jamaica and Trinidad...
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