What do you think of when you hear the word “climb triangle”? Yakuza? Russian mafia? Italian mafia? Chicago mafia? LA street gang? Bermuda Triangle? Cape of Terror? All of these groups and neighborhoods tend to conjure up images of violent criminals and sustainable crime.
However, the crime triangle is much more benign. It is an understanding and awareness of how crime occurs. By understanding the process, you, as an individual, can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a potential victim.
Contrary to popular belief, Boogeymen don’t just pop out of bushes and attack. Crime is a process and often follows patterns.
Let’s go back to middle school and do some fire drills. We were all trained that a fire can’t start without three things: an ignition source, fuel, and oxygen. Removing any of these components eliminates the fire threat. This was known as the Fire Triangle.
The same applies to crime. For a crime to succeed, he needs three ingredients: desire, target, and opportunity. these are, crime triangleLuckily, you have control over two of the three elements. Let’s look at each of the individual elements.
the first element is desireThat is the criminal’s motive, intention, motive. There is nothing you can realistically do to curb or eliminate that desire. This is your turn.
Can you guess who the potential target is? Target Someone who looks like an easy victim. Targets seem unaware of their surroundings and can easily overtake or overwhelm them. By definition, easy targets do not resist.
So what can you do?You can do it “harden” Find your target by being more aware of your surroundings. By being aware of his body and his language, he raises his eyes, swings his shoulders back, swings his arms, walks confidently, and scans the area. It sends a signal to predators that you are not easy prey. By taking a self-defense course, you will further strengthen your targets by acquiring a skill set to fight back if confronted.
The next element is chanceYou can control this by paying attention to your environment. Are you in a bad area of town? Are you walking in a dark place? Are you in a secluded place? Can a stranger get too close to ask questions without defining your personal boundaries? is.
By understanding how crime occurs and educating ourselves to be tougher targets, we can take control of our own safety. start breaking the
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