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Take few notes on the daily activities that transpire in your neighborhood, and ask yourself, is my neighborhood safe? For starters, the demographics of various cities most likely describes the safety of a neighborhood. Take Camden, Newark or a predominantly “Black” neighborhood for example. We all know these cities are viewed as crime-infested cities. If you were to walk down the street in one of these neighborhoods you are most likely to clench unto your belongings.
Burglary, theft, rape, murder, these are all crimes faced by our society. Yet our law enforcement proclaim how safe our societies have become. With high arrest rates, and all we can still find cities with high crime rates, and unhospitable atmosphere. This begs the question, “Are our cities becoming safe as our law enforcers proclaim it to be?”