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1 Explain how crime has impacted upon Richmond’s diverse society during the time period of 1900’s to 1930’s Who was drastically impacted upon? How were the citizens influenced by crime? How did police deal with the issue of crime in Richmond? Why was Richmond a severe victim of crime? How did crime shape Richmond's environment into the state it is today? Who were some of the infamous criminals and how did they impact on society? During the period of 1900’s to 1930’s was Richmond considered a safe environment? Did crime influence other citizens into making the wrong decisions? How did Squizzy Taylors crimes impact on Richmond’s society and history? Which notorious women involved themselves in crime?

2  Richmond’s society during the 1900’s to 1930’s was widely known for its criminal nature. It greatly affected families, impacting on the safety of their children and putting a threat on their income and bank money.  Innocent young people and family's were being effected most. The streets and neighborhood was a danger hazard to them. Although robberies made by criminals on banks steeply damaged on the upper class’s wealth in the social hierarchy.

3  Rich Family's were impacted on by their superiority and their ownership of casinos or businesses. They were earning money with the increase of crime, more gambling means more money for the rich people. Poor Family's or poor people were impacted on by their gambling habits and greed for money.

4  Citizens were influenced by crime because of violence erupting in the streets. An increase in violence throughout Richmond had people become attached to the idea of crime and therefore they decided to join in. Richmond, Church St, 1930’s

5  Children who often crowded the streets with their friends were largely effected by crime. Their personal view on society and the criminal acts made by older people had changed young children's view on society and given themself an interest in crime.

6  It damaged family’s wealth by robberies made by fearless criminals. The increase of criminal activity in Richmond had put young children and innocent people in danger of life threatening situations. A poor family living in a small house during the 1920’s to 1930’s in Richmond

7  During the 1900’s to 1930’s it was quite common for young children to be outdoors and roam the streets so with crime being a threat it became a danger to all of Richmond's society.  Drugs were the main crime most people would commit during the 1920’s, cocaine being a big hit. It attracted teens and adults into taking it, and they had no idea that it would destroy their lives and influence people living on the streets. Casinos and business had been owned from criminal kingpins therefore corrupting the streets and bars with illegal rights.

8  Police during the 1900’s to 1930’s weren't as protective as they are now, during the time period there was less a chance of them catching murders and imprisoning thieves.  Crime during the 1900’s to 1930’s was very high, this was because of the police and their sufficient technology in catching criminals or solving murders.  There were no cameras or technical devices during the 1900’s so if a criminal was to get away there was no footage able to retrace his steps or zoom in on his appearance in order to find him.

9  Usually women during the 1900’s to 1930’s had a innocent appearance amongst everyone, little did everyone know that they were cold blooded murderers.  They often kept themselves preserved from society. Women involved in crime were often independent and they usually didn’t reveal themselves to society in groups or gangs.

10  Richmond during the 1900’s period was full of crime and was a violent suburb. The poor had played a big role in the issue of crime throughout Richmond.  Their lack of money is what drew the poor people into the crime business in search of riches. Homeless people had a tendency to look for money and their lack of money or places to live in had changed their life.

11  Casinos were the highlight throughout Richmond, and they often were full of men that had gambling habits, often these people would be angry after leaving casinos into the streets after being drunk or simply from losing money bringing havoc and fighting into place.  Criminal activity started to influence some of the poorer people into thievery and this put Richmond in an unsafe position. Casinos and gambling during the 1930’s

12  As criminal activity quickly spread across Richmond it shaped the suburb into a poor place for homeless people and this put a steep change on the society and on the morale of Richmond.

13  Richmond from 1900’s to 1930’s effectively changed and adapted into the society it is today. Crime had brought destruction to the Richmond’s environment and had impacted upon their evolving structures and suburb itself.  Richmond’s environment was victim to drug abuse involving drugs such as cocaine during the 1900’s to 1930’s. Many homeless people were the main cause for this and their involvement in the drug business had started to affect everyone around Richmond impacting everyone and making for an unsafe environment

14  During the period of 1900’s to 1930’s Richmond was an area known for their criminals, bustling bar scene and large brothels. The streets around Richmond were dangerous due to gambling habits and drunks that often roamed the streets day and night.  Collingwood and Fitzroy. The slums of Richmond during the 1900’s

15 Did crime influence other citizens into making the wrong decisions?  Crime such as thievery was the type of crime that the majority of poor people would aspire too. Drugs being heavily distributed in the streets. Crime would spread across Richmond and other children would start to become involved in crime. A House and family in Richmond during the 1900’s to 1930’s

16  Squizzy Taylor was involved in many aspects of crime, he was the ultimate criminal and had smarts about him. He had a addiction to gambling and this mainly caused him to turn into crime, it was his greed for money that shaped him into becoming an infamous killer.  Squizzy Taylor started his criminal career as a thieve as he always had greed for money and this came from the influence of gambling on his life. His crimes impacted on Richmond's society during the 1900’s to 1930’s by putting family's and innocent people in danger of life threatening situations that could potentially affect their morale in life. Squizzy Taylor mug shot Squizzy left, alongside fellow gang members

17  Squizzy at the early age of 18 had physically assaulted numerous women in Richmond.  The depression during 1893 had affected squizzy Taylor’s life, and he felt that he needed more money similar to a homeless man’s situation and therefore he turned to the world of crime in search of money and riches. It put curiosity into innocent peoples minds and affected on their decisions in life, sometimes even destroying ones personality.

18 Bibliography Name of page or web siteurl(location…www)Date accessed Walking tours of Melbournehttp://melbournewalks.com.au/squizz y-taylor-tour/ 13/09/2012 Women in crimehttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl e /Womens-mug-shots- 1920s-Australia.html 14/09/2012 Joseph Leslie Theodore ‘squizzy’ Taylor nterments/150Names/taylorj.htm 18/09/2012 AuthorYearTitlePlace published Publisher Janet McCalman1998Struggle townSouth Melbourne, Victoria M.U.P 1984


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