By Sangram Jai Singh, Noida International University, Noida Editor’s Note: An initiative to maintain law and order such that it operates in transparency and accountability, so that the public comprehends the dynamic changes in addressing the prevention of crime and the impact of restoration of criminal justice in India […]
By using the data of National Crime Records Bureau , the authors have examined the overall trends and characteristics of crime, crime rates and crime control techniques in each stage of the criminal justice system in India. From the data analyzed, it has been determine that economic, political, and societal factors have played a crucial role in the occurrence of crime and crime control practices. Recent phenomena, like the financial crisis and the current political stalemate in India, seem to have contributed to this disturbing increase in crime. If these factors can be stabilized, then we may anticipate the improvement of the crime situation in India.