Anxiety about growing lawlessness among young women was fuelled by figures in the report from the Youth Justice Board (YJB), UK. It disclosed that the number of offences committed by girls has made a great leap compared with that in the past. I'm inclined to hold the idea that the increase in young women's crime rate is caused by the changes in one's values, which could be guided and reformed through proper education.
Social values held by the youth have been changing all the time under the influences of various media, such as TV, the Internet, movies, etc. Too much exposure to the Hollywood's luxury, violence and law-violating heroes has twisted fine traditional values and has led to vanity and ignorance among the young females. Ignorance of the law caused by stories about super-heroes/heroines who break the law at will and get away easily puts some innocent girls at risk of committing misdeeds.
Crime prevention calls for concerted efforts by all areas of civil society. One potential measure is to incorporate law into education. General legal knowledge introduced from primary school to college could inhibit crime as well as equip women to protect themselves. Meanwhile education in the family and within the community could act as a crime prevention network whereby teachers and parents work together to keep young adults on the right track. With a good analysis of young women's offences as well as some proper measures taken, the rising crime commitment rate would be, hopefully, kept on a tight rein.
Write a note of about 50-60 words based on the following situation:
Your roommate Jane didn't receive the call from her high school classmate Helen. Write her a note to inform her that Helen asked her to book a hotel for two nights and book an air ticket back to Kunming.
Marks will be awarded for content, organization, grammar and appropriateness.