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"How can civil disturbances, like the London Riots, be avoid

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Transcript of "How can civil disturbances, like the London Riots, be avoid

"How can civil disturbances, like the London Riots, be avoided?"
What will be discussed
Definition of "civil disturbances"
The cause, effects and how the Bradford and London Riots could have been avoided
A comparison of the two cases
A conclusion
Definition
"Civil disturbance means acts of violence and disorder prejudicial to the public law and order. It includes acts such as riots, acts of violence, insurrections, unlawful obstructions or assemblages, or other disorders prejudicial to public law and order. It also includes all domestic conditions requiring or likely to require the use of federal armed forces.” (USLegal.com)
Causes
Bradford Riots
Possible causes
Its effect
How could it have been avoided?
Media coverage
Inequality
Policing
Government policy
Shooting of Mark Duggan
Possible causes
Its effect
How could it have been avoided?
London Riots
Effects
2500
shops looted
Would those who rioted, riot again?
£300m
in damages
People’s confidence in government and policing

4
people killed
How can it be avoided?
Structural injustices and inequalities
Stop and search
Police brutality
Education and unemployment rates
Rehabilitation
Causes
Build up
Actual day
Why did it happen
Conclusion
Effects
Property damage
Injuries
Family/community breakdown
Highlight issues
Flight of capital
How can it be avoided
Professor Ted Cantle (2001)
Community cohesion
Education
Employment
Spontaneous and unpredictable
Difficult to prevent
Tackling structural issues
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