PERUSAKAN LINGKUNGAN DAN PENCEGAHAN KEJAHATAN

D.T.P. Kusumawardhani

Abstract

Refering to the numbers of contamination and/or environment
harm cases, or can be also conceived of environmental crime,
both for happened in our society and around the world, then
show that environment that properly made everlasting exactly
disregarded. If this condition will be long drawn out, then, it can
be imagined that the environment where we properly can live in
secure and prosperous, healthy and humanize will not be
occured. This Article is strived to discuss an existance of the
efforts of environment crime prevention that it is of course have a
scope, problem, special method attention and at the same time
is its challenge arena for its development. This Paper is a brief
exploration that stemed from library study and still as an early
understanding for the implemaentation of the environment crime
prevention strategy. The writer believe that is not easy to get a
deliberation about the environment crime prevention strategy
which efficient through the relative shorten. Nevertheless,
hopefully this article can introduce some initial ideas which is
probably to be expostulated and completed furthermore.

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