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The influence of economic hardship on types of violent crimes among prisoners in Kenya is an interesting area to study among sociologists and criminologists as a way of finding solutions to ameliorate the effects.
This would need the thorough establishment of the level of violent crimes much more in counties.
For this study, prisoners in Uasin Gishu County became a focal point of the study.
Data on the correlation between economic hardship and violent crimes are elaborate across jurisdictions, especially on the specific pointers of economic hardship that amplify violent crimes.
In addition, data, in particular, reveal the types of violent crimes that intensify in times of economic hardship.
In Kenya, violent crimes have increased in recent days and range from assault to severe cases of murder.
This has been impelled by a sharp increase in death and injuries occurring as a result of violent crimes.
James: Holds BA in Soc.(Egerton Univ) and Ma in Soc.(Moi Univ) Currently admin.
at Kisii Univ.Sitienei Shadrack Kipkoech (Eds): Holds BA.
Admin, MA in Inter. Rel.
and Currently a PhD Candidate in Pol.
Rono (Eds): Holds a PhD in Sociology and Currently a lecturer at Moi Univ.
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