Individuals take advantage of by the opponent in a certain way are known to be the victimized people. They are attacked, hatred, or given panic injuries. Their pains could enlarge to personal freedom, family hatred, and social association or to a group of people concerned with the victim. After experiencing bad acts they are found ill both psychologically and physically and become an unusual burden on society. Certain theories examine the nature and type of victim, and the explanation concerned with the case study of the respective person as to why he/she indulge in criminal violence while other doesn’t.
Self-control is one of the major issues with offenders that committed crimes to harm others. Majority of the criminal investigators claim that most people lose control on their self and indulge in acts of crime because of having no control over their particular actions. They are used to the acts like that harming other people. If they could have control over their deeds they might not be indulged in any criminal offending acts or any misleading ideas that may place bad effects on the social environment. A number of approaches could be applied to prevent such types of actions.
Violence at the private level or in family life also paved the way for people to have an increased victim ratio. There could be a careless approach towards the management of children. Sexual harassment by the powerful to the weaker or to the junior by the senior member of the joint family system. These actions could be stopped or controlled by preventive measures like surveillance or overlooking by mature family members.
Sometimes it happened the attractive look of the victim might get the attention of the criminal. That’s how the style of the life of one invites the attention of those who are not used to or are not able to have the facilities like that of the person possessing such laudable qualities. To look at these cases one might change the psychology of the individual by arranging a friendly environment or by providing him with moral lessons via direct or indirect lessons.
The victimization at the workplace invites the attention of the management staff to consider the matter with adequate measures. It also includes harassment that may divert the specification of the work towards other motives of the one working there. To reduce such actions and to choose not to repeat such actions in the future, prosecution for offenders must include strict punishment and psychological treatment to the reduction of incidents like that in office. To keep the officials abiding by the laws, rules, and regulations of the concerned office it is imminent that they are overseen by the higher authority.
Reformation in the criminal justice system is the core area needed to be addressed to avoid the issues of victimization. I would like to suggest the theory for victim safety and for appropriate reforms. Personal defense theory is comprised of the motives that anywhere at any time if someone is attacked by criminals, he/she could be able to save himself. The core areas of the process would be interviews, training, and awareness regarding the abnormal, deprive, or the person who might have the intentions to harm those people which are unable to defend themselves. A Group of students would be taken to engage them for the whole activity. It would also include an assessment to review the case of the specific person (Wortley & Townsley, 2016).
In short, victim people are full of fear, and hatred and exercise the same attack on others and expand the same crime to other members of the whole society. To prevent such cases it is imminent that crime should be dealt with in a highly professional manner for the complete eradication of the abuses from society(Maxfield, 1987).
Maxfield, M. G. (1987). Lifestyle and routine activity theories of crime: Empirical studies of victimization, delinquency, and offender decision-making. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 3(4), 275–282.
Wortley, R., & Townsley, M. (2016). Environmental criminology and crime analysis (Vol. 18). Taylor & Francis.