ANALYTICAL STUDY OF STREET CRIMES IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
The intent to conduct street crimes results from cultural standards that promote and encourage violence. Often, street crimes are exacerbated by the proliferation and formation of gangs that perpetuate and reinforce streetculture habits. Other causes of street crime include poverty and unemployment. It is believed that locations with higher poverty rates and unemployment have higher crime rates than other, more developed ones. In addition, those with poor self-control are more likely to perpetrate street crimes. The victims of street criminals become prey to moveable properties, i.e., mobile phones, cash, credit and debit cards, and vehicles. Victims' precious lives are sometimes taken during the occurrence of these incidents. Because street crimes are getting worse and people feel less safe, and because law enforcement agencies haven't been able to stop street crimes, this issue will stay. The researchers aspire that this study will open a venue for society to understand street crimes and their causes, the reasons for low conviction rates, and suggestions regarding the increase of conviction rates.