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Assignment 4 Complex Systems

Cameron Graves

Interventions to impact crime and community engagement in Bourke 

CONSTANTS

70% of engaged adults become involved in community groups.

70% of engaged youth become involved in community groups.

30% become disengaged adults from society

30% become disengaged youth from society

80% will be convicted.

20% will not be convicted.

80% will under-go rehabilitation from jail.

20% will be released with no rehabilitation from jail.

 

VARIABLES

Unemployment, Drugs & Alcohol

Re-offenders

Police Force Presence Increased Expenditure

Community Engagement Spending

 

OUTCOMES

Engaged Vs Disengaged

As community engagement spending rate increases more adults and youth are engaged in society through community groups resulting in more positive lifestyles which therefore coincides with a decrease in disengaged adults and youth from society.

 

If unemployment , drug and alcohol rate is increased there are less youth and adults that are engaged in community groups, which results in an increase in disengaged adults and youth from society.

 

Behavioural Change

As increased police force presence & expenditure rate and/or community engagement spending rate is increased positive behavioural change surpasses negative behavioural change. Therefore having a positive effect on the community.

A decrease in increased police force presence & expenditure rate results in negative behaviour change to dominate over positive behavioural change.


Reference:

Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2018, Feb 22) 2016 Census Quick Stats. Retrieved from http://www.censusdata.abs.gov.au/census_services/getproduct/census/2016/quickstat/LGA11150?opendocument

Community Engagement Drugs Alcohol Positive Behavioural Change Negative Behavioural Change

  • 1 year 5 months ago

Clone of Assignment 4 Complex Systems

Paola De Angelis

Interventions to impact crime and community engagement in Bourke 

CONSTANTS

70% of engaged adults become involved in community groups.

70% of engaged youth become involved in community groups.

30% become disengaged adults from society

30% become disengaged youth from society

80% will be convicted.

20% will not be convicted.

80% will under-go rehabilitation from jail.

20% will be released with no rehabilitation from jail.

 

VARIABLES

Unemployment, Drugs & Alcohol

Re-offenders

Police Force Presence Increased Expenditure

Community Engagement Spending

 

OUTCOMES

Engaged Vs Disengaged

As community engagement spending rate increases more adults and youth are engaged in society through community groups resulting in more positive lifestyles which therefore coincides with a decrease in disengaged adults and youth from society.

 

If unemployment , drug and alcohol rate is increased there are less youth and adults that are engaged in community groups, which results in an increase in disengaged adults and youth from society.

 

Behavioural Change

As increased police force presence & expenditure rate and/or community engagement spending rate is increased positive behavioural change surpasses negative behavioural change. Therefore having a positive effect on the community.

A decrease in increased police force presence & expenditure rate results in negative behaviour change to dominate over positive behavioural change.


Reference:

Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2018, Feb 22) 2016 Census Quick Stats. Retrieved from http://www.censusdata.abs.gov.au/census_services/getproduct/census/2016/quickstat/LGA11150?opendocument

Community Engagement Drugs Alcohol Positive Behavioural Change Negative Behavioural Change

  • 5 months 3 weeks ago