Philosophy of the Classical School Dq

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What is the philosophy of the classical school? How does this philosophy affect current policy? City Demographics and Crime Profile Outline Pick any city you want for this outline. Prepare an outline and summarize how you will complete the requirements of this assignment.

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Question #1: (The philosophy of the classical school)What is the philosophy of the classical school? How does this philosophy affect current policy?The philosophy of the classical school is that criminals choose to commit crimes by first weighing the potential risks against the potential rewards of committing the crime. Based on the classical theory free will is used to explain crime. The focus is on the influence of the environment only in the extent it creates the values that allows the criminal to choose to commit crimes when other citizens refuse to commit deviant acts no matter the circumstances. The two figures best associated with classical criminology are Cesare Beccaria and Jeremy Bentham (Fuller. 2010). Beccaria found fixing society would result in the prevention of crime. Through the development of a rationale and humane society people may not choose to commit cr

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