CCTV and Crime Prevention in Private Gated Communities: A Case of Eti-Osa Local Government Area, Lagos, Nigeria
One of the issues confronting urban communities today is the movement of individuals from underestimated (country) territories in the mission for rewarding openings for work (Giles, 2011). The overall degree of urban people rose definitely from 13% (220 million) in 1900; to 29% (732 million) in 1950; further rose to 49% (3.2 billion) in 2005; and at-risk to climb to 60% (4.9 billion) by 2030 (UN World Urbanization Prospect Report, 2005). There is a general inclination that the expanding populace because of individuals' relocation from country zones to the urban areas combined with common increment are probably going to present more prominent difficulties to the wellbeing of lives and properties, particularly in the optional urban communities of the creating scene where the ability to react to security issues is negligible. Tibaijuka (2007) expressed that around 60 percent of every urban inhabitant in creating nations have been survivors of wrongdoing.