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My question is very simple. Why bad areas always stay bad. Not only bad they are really dangerous sometimes and you don't even want to step out and walk around in those areas. Let's take nations Capital Washington, Montana for example. It is not such a big city but NW is really good and law enforcement agencies are always active to keep it that way. But on the other hand SE and Montana are BADD, really BAD. What's happening here? Why can't those areas be controlled? I don't see any cost problems here. This question really boggle my mind that sometimes you just cross a intersection and you see yourself in a scary place where everything is crime oriented and buildings are scary. Why is that?
Areas where low income people live are more prone to crime. This is because they have more incentive to pursue illegal behavior due to profit, and because wealthier people aren't moving there because they can afford to live in better areas. It's a cycle, obviously, which is why bad areas stay bad, and mildly bad areas tend to get worse over time. The police don't have infinite resources, and what resources they do have are often directed based on political reasons. They're more likely to protect the neighborhood full of wealthy people who know the mayor, than some other neighborhood, for political reasons. They're also less likely to want to go to high crime areas, because they're putting their life on the line by doing so. Furthermore, due to the nature of crime and the financial incentives especially with illicit drugs, if the police shift their resources to the currently bad areas, nothing will really happen except for the bad areas to get a bit better, and some other areas to get bad because of the increased criminal traffic. The criminals can stay ahead of the police in this respect indefinitely, especially because low-level street busts really have nothing to do with solving the problem. The drugs are getting to the area, people want them, and there will ALWAYS be someone to step up and sell them for the financial gain. This isn't to say there are no solutions to these problems, just that those problems aren't politically feasible. One easy solution regarding drugs would be to legalize and lightly regulate them all. It's drop the price dramatically, lower the costs for police and allow them to focus on other crime, and so on and so forth. How many people are in favor of that radical solution? Very few. Any politician proposing it or supporting it will never get elected again, for that reason. The same solution could be applied to prostitution, or at least prostitution involving adults willingly selling themselves for money. Notice how I said adults, and willing, for those of you who have already given me a down-thumb. Doing so would free up police resources to say, actually pursue people who are selling children, or selling women who are essentially sex slaves, which is obviously where the primary effort should be anyway. If you haven't ever seen it, HBO's "The Wire" series offers a thought-provoking look at the war on drugs. This isn't to say it's perfectly factually accurate, but it's certainly quite thought provoking.
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It's all about the system. The police might not care or simply is just being lazy.