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What matters relating to Sandy’s background or present circumstances could have had a bearing on the offence committed? Are there any personal circumstances that should be taken into account in terms of understanding the offending behaviour and how ‘best’ to respond to it?
Lives in a housing estate with relative poverty (outskirts of large city)
Left Realism - John Lea and Jock Young. Social causes – unemployment – ‘relative deprivation’ and lack of opportunity (race track analogy). Subcultures/Differential association. Lea and Young 1987. Bonger – Poor are desperate and therefore more likely to commit crime. Will go outwith their own neighbourhood but crime happens with locality.
Right Realism – Charles Murray, Marcus Felson. Benefits too generous, individual choice, single mothers caused crime. ‘Underclass’, poor education. Breakdown in traditional families. Blame the poor for the situation. Not underlying structural problems. Blamed moral decline and lack of responsibility. Illegitimate: marriage seen as unimportant. Habitual criminality, refused to work. Men find other ways to prove they are men, takes a destructive form. Opportunity , rational choice. Murray (1990)
What potential risks are there of re-offending?
Unless formal and informal measures are put in the place there is a very high chance of reoffending, he has already broken the terms of a previous CBO. Take away risk factors. Nothing has changed, already broke it once. Lea and young informal and formal controls
There are 5 techniques of neutralisation;