Table of Contents
- 1 How can we solve the problem of graffiti?
- 2 What are some problems with graffiti?
- 3 Does graffiti make people feel unsafe?
- 4 Why are people scared of graffiti?
- 5 What’s the best way to solve the graffiti problem?
- 6 What can I do to keep graffiti out of my yard?
- 7 How does Gangs contribute to the graffiti problem?
- 8 How can young people reduce graffiti vandalism?
How can we solve the problem of graffiti?
Preventative measures should include:
- Bright lights, which shine in the shadows.
- Legislation with high penalties.
- Community service for perpetrators.
- Using social media to ask the community for help.
- Using social media to spread the word and advertise the penalties.
- Using anti-graffiti cameras to stop and deter.
What are some problems with graffiti?
Other problems that are often associated with graffiti include:
- public disorder, such as antisocial behaviour and loitering.
- shoplifting materials used for graffiti, including paint and markers.
- gang-related activity.
- property destruction, such as broken windows or slashed bus or train seats (Weisel 2002).
Does graffiti make people feel unsafe?
Vandalism in the form of graffiti is used by gangs and can spread rapidly in gang-controlled areas. Graffiti vandalism can also make people feel unsafe.
Why are people scared of graffiti?
One of the major reasons citizens are starting to fear their community is due to the increasing numbers of graffiti and vandalism crimes. According to statistics, “vandalism and other signs of physical deterioration are often taken as signs of other social problems, which in turn leads to fear within the society”.
What’s the best way to solve the graffiti problem?
In the pdf, problem solving is: Response: Developing solutions to bring about lasting reductions in the number and extent of problems Using the crime triangle to focus on immediate conditions (victim/offender/location) Once the community has identified the area or “hot spot” of graffiti, a solution to stop or deter the graffiti is the next step.
What can I do to keep graffiti out of my yard?
Install fences, gates, or locks to prevent easy access to an area. If you already have a wood fence that is not working, consider installing a metal fence or a chain link fence that is less attractive to a graffiti artist. Paint your fence as well. Unpainted fences attract graffitists.
How does Gangs contribute to the graffiti problem?
By some estimates, gang graffiti only accounts for 10% of the national graffiti problem while Hip-Hop taggers and the occasional tagger account for 90%. Gangs use graffiti to mark territory, intimidate, or recruit, and they incorporate gang symbols (stars, pitchforks, etc) in their graffiti.
How can young people reduce graffiti vandalism?
From here, a number of brainstorming exercises were utilised to generate ideas for diversionary activities for young people to reduce graffiti vandalism, including: Involvement strategy for young people to support the creation, development and delivery of services for young people