The first example is community set programs that monitor the behaviors of members. The crime prevention system addresses different challenges in society, such as behavior problems and adolescent issues. The programs provide a structure where various stakeholders can share community visions and goals. The evidence available shows that the program is effective in solving community problems. The second community-based prevention strategy entails community mobilization; it is an intervention where community members work together as a team to prevent criminal activities. The program educates the community members on different forms of criminality in society and the appropriate crime prevention strategies. It helps the communities to monitor their development. However, the practice lacks sufficient evidence of efficacy in reducing illegal activities in society.