What Is Opportunity Theory?


Several theories help explain why crime occurs in some places and not others. Opportunity theory suggests that when offenders want to commit a crime, they look for an opportunity or a practical target. For example, if a city neighborhood offers no off-street parking, it may be a prime target for vehicle thefts.
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