Ransford leads Cure Violence’s campaign to make violence a health issue, oversees all research and development projects, and plays a central role in the development of the organizations strategic and operational plans. He previously served as Director of Communications for Cure Violence and was responsible for leading the overall communication strategy including responding to and generating.
This report presents a comprehensive evaluation of the Cure Violence initiative implemented in Trinidad and Tobago from July 2015 to August 2017. It describes the evaluation’s methods and findings and includes three main components: a process evaluation, impact evaluation, and cost-effectiveness analysis. Highlights. 45% reduction in violent crime rate; 23% reduction in calls for police.
A John Jay College of Criminal Justice evaluation of two New York City neighborhoods operating Cure Violence programs from 2014 to 2016 found steeper declines in acts of gun violence and increases in the expression of pro-social norms compared with similar neighborhoods not operating Cure Violence programs. The study found reductions across all measures, including a 63% reduction in shootings.The essay begins with a presentation and critique of various definitions for domestic violence, an exploration of the historical evolution of domestic violence as a societal concern, and a discussion and critique of theoretical explanations for domestic violence including consideration of the relevance of gender. This foundation will be used as a basis for exploring the impact of domestic.How could religion cause violence? Almost all religions around the world are based on love, peace and order. They all have certain rules and principles that hold love, peace, and order together within a society, but as the widely known saying states: “Rules are meant to be broken;” many people twist and misinterpret the sacred texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah, etc.
Prevention and Reduction: A review of strategies for intervening early to prevent or reduce youth crime and anti-social behaviour. Andy Ross, Kathryn Duckworth, David J. Smith, Gill Wyness and Ingrid Schoon. Centre for Analysis of Youth Transitions (CAYT) This research report was commissioned before the new UK Government took office on 11 May 2010. As a result the content may not reflect.Read More
The main treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are psychological therapies and medication. Traumatic events can be very difficult to come to terms with, but confronting your feelings and seeking professional help is often the only way of effectively treating PTSD. It's possible for PTSD to be successfully treated many years after the traumatic event or events occurred, which.Read More
Evaluation, AO3 of the Behavioural Approach (Two-Process Model) as an Explanation of Phobias. Strengths: (1) POINT: The behavioural approach to psychopathology is scientific and its key principals can be measured in an objective way. EVIDENCE: For example, the phobia developed by Little Albert was clear for all to see and measure, variables could be manipulated and controlled to ensure that.Read More
This movement, which includes the Cure Violence program, advocates for (1) enacting social and behavioral campaigns to reduce violence; (2) using the comprehensive healthcare system as a point of intervention to interrupt the spread of violence; and (3) developing public health and epidemiology tools for community-based violence prevention programs. This webinar will address why violence is a.Read More
Preventing violence against women essay One of the major characteristics of such a personality is the ability to solve all the conflicts without any aggression and especially without violence. As children learn everything connected with aggression and violence and how to deal with it they become “armed” and do not get lost in situations that require active actions in order to recognize or.Read More
Evaluation studies of family violence screening efforts could build on the lessons derived from screening research in other health care areas (such as HIV detection, lead exposure, sickle cell, and others). This research could provide data that would support or contradict the theory that early identification is a useful secondary prevention intervention, especially in areas in which.Read More
See our collection of criminal justice essay examples. These examples are to help you understanding how to write essays on crime-related topics. Contemporary study of criminology and criminal justice is also increasingly interdisciplinary and thus features a broad variety of topics on the causes, effects, and responses to crime. Also, see our list of criminal justice essay topics to find the.Read More
Programs designed to prevent delinquency, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy, gang involvement, or general violence (including conflict mediation programs) should include evaluation of risk factors for and prevention of intimate and sexual violence. In addition, studies of at-risk children and adolescents should include an examination of the relationship of risk factors, such as poverty.Read More
The biological approach in psychology is highly reductionist in its approach to the complexity of human behavior and emotion. Reducing our feelings and reactions to robot-like behavior is not only unethical, it also ignores the factors in our every day environment - our childhood experiences and the influence and behavior of friends and media - that have been found to affect us.Read More
Aggression and violence are terms often used interchangeably; however, the two differ. Violence can be defined as the use of physical force with the intent to injure another person or destroy.Read More