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44601700 Youth Crime In Bourke NSW

Bryce Hercok
Youth Crime in Bourke
Bourke in NSW has an overall population of approximately 3000 people, and has an issue with crime - possibly due to the lack of activities available for young people to partake in. 
This model shows how difference variables affect crime among youths in the town over a period of 48 months.
Assumptions
For the sake of this model, the number of youths is half of the total population (1500). 
There is a maximum of 50 police available at anyone one time. 
All youths in detention will eventually all be released back into the community.
Variables
The variables used to observe a difference in crime include the amount of Police working at any given time (can be adjusted between 10 and 50 police). 
Community Funding is the other main variable in this model, as this is what the town would do to increase the amount of activities/resources available for youths to spend their time. This can be adjusted between 1 and 100 percent.
Crime Rate is a variable that is used in conjunction with the Police variable in order to help determine crimes committed by youths.
Rate Of Conviction is also used in conjunction with Police in order to help determine how many youths who have committed a crime will be convicted. 
Observations
This model shows that over time, crime can be greatly reduced with more Police and more Community Funding. With the more of each being utilised have a proportional impact on the time it takes to do so. It seems eventually, those youths who have committed crimes will all end up being rehabilitated and eventually partaking in non-criminal activities.
- Bryce

Bourke Crime Youths

  • 3 years 4 months ago

Clone of Youth Crime In Bourke NSW

Bryce Hercok
Youth Crime in Bourke
Bourke in NSW has an overall population of approximately 3000 people, and has an issue with crime - possibly due to the lack of activities available for young people to partake in. 
This model shows how difference variables affect crime among youths in the town over a period of 48 months.
Assumptions
For the sake of this model, the number of youths is half of the total population (1500). 
There is a maximum of 50 police available at anyone one time. 
All youths in detention will eventually all be released back into the community.
Variables
The variables used to observe a difference in crime include the amount of Police working at any given time (can be adjusted between 10 and 50 police). 
Community Funding is the other main variable in this model, as this is what the town would do to increase the amount of activities/resources available for youths to spend their time. This can be adjusted between 1 and 100 percent.
Crime Rate is a variable that is used in conjunction with the Police variable in order to help determine crimes committed by youths.
Rate Of Conviction is also used in conjunction with Police in order to help determine how many youths who have committed a crime will be convicted. 
Observations
This model shows that over time, crime can be greatly reduced with more Police and more Community Funding. With the more of each being utilised have a proportional impact on the time it takes to do so. It seems eventually, those youths who have committed crimes will all end up being rehabilitated and eventually partaking in non-criminal activities.
- Bryce

Bourke Crime Youths

  • 3 years 4 months ago