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It is true that installation of surveillance cameras has increasingly become prevalent in an attempt to curb crime rates. While there are some obvious drawbacks associated with this phenomenon, I would argue that they are outweigh by the benefits.
On the one hand, the reasons why citizens disapprove of CCTV cameras are varied. Firstly, their privacy is invaded by the conceals one set up by either the states or the private firms. Indeed, law-abiding understandably tend to find anti-crime devices intrusively in that they capture every single movements of their daily activities. Secondly, unlike the police officers patrolling the streets, cameras are incapable of halting the unlawful activities which are in progress. It can therefore be seen that the role ubiquity of camera fail to guarantee a sense of security among the populace.
On the other hand, I belive the advantages of seting up digital cameras in outdoor space are more signficant the the disadvantages. The anti-crime devices such as security cameras have been considered to be designed to deter prospective criminals from breaking the law. For example, a recent study conducted by Hue University has found that petty crime rate has decreased dramatically more than thirty percent since digital devices are utilized in Hue city. Furthermore, these devices also make a valuable contribution to recording crime scenes which are the convincing evidence in prosecuting. Indeed, without these proofs, adversial process would last longer or even the judges could make wrong decisions.
In conclusion, it appears to me that we have more to gain than loose from security devices.

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It is true that (Those words are vacuous. They add nothing to your essay. Avoid using dummy-it clauses.) The installation of surveillance cameras has increasingly become prevalent in an attempt to curb crime rates. While there are some obvious drawbacks associated with this phenomenon, I would argue that they are outweigh (wrong form) by the benefits.


On the one hand, the reasons why citizens disapprove of CCTV cameras are varied. Firstly, First, their privacy is invaded by the conceals (Conceal is a verb.) one set up by either the states or the private firms. (That sentence makes no sense. I cannot understand the point you are trying to make) Indeed, law-abiding (missing word) understandably tend to find anti-crime devices intrusively (wrong form) in that they capture every single movements (wrong form) of their daily activities. Secondly, Second, unlike the police officers patrolling the streets, cameras are incapable of halting the unlawful activities which are in progress. It can therefore be seen that the role ubiquity ("role ubiquity" is not a good collocation) of camera fail (wrong form) to guarantee a sense of security among the populace.
On the other hand, I belive the advantages of seting up digital cameras in outdoor space (wrong form) are more signficant the the disadvantages. The anti-crime devices such as security cameras have been considered to be designed to deter prospective criminals from breaking the law. For example, a recent study conducted by Hue University has found that (missing word) petty crime rate has decreased dramatically (missing punctuation) more than thirty percent (missing punctuation) since digital devices are utilized (wrong form) in Hue city. Furthermore, these devices also make a valuable contribution to recording crime scenes which are the convincing evidence in prosecuting (wrong form). Indeed, without these proofs, (wrong form) adversial process would last longer or even the judges could make wrong decisions.
In conclusion, it appears to me that we have more to gain than loose from security devices.

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Your "Subject" does not make sense. "CCTV Cameras?" is not a valid question.

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This is my topic for above essay: In many cities, the use of video cameras in public places is being increased in order to reduce crime but some people belive that these measures restrict our individual freedom. Do the advantages outweigh the drawback ?

For example, a recent study conducted by Hue University has found that (missing word) petty crime rate has decreased dramatically (missing punctuation) more than thirty percent (missing punctuation) since .....

Can you show me how can I improve this sentence, please

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For example, a recent study conducted by Hue University has found that the petty crime rate has decreased dramatically – more than thirty percent – since digital surveillance devices were installed in Hue city.

For example, a recent study conducted by Hue University has found that the petty crime rate has decreased dramatically ( more than thirty percent ) since digital surveillance devices were installed in Hue city.

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. While there are some obvious drawbacks associated with this phenomenon, I would argue that they are outweigh (wrong form) by the benefits.

I cann't understand why we should not use phenomenon here ?

It is true that installation of surveillance cameras has increasingly become prevalent in an attempt to curb crime rates.

Can you explain more in detail why we can not use phrase: It is true

Finally, why we must use first instead firstly ?

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Cường LêI can't understand why we should not use phenomenon here ?

Because it is not necessary, and "phenomenon" usually is associated with a natural, unusual (not man-made) situation.

The pronoun "this" correctly refers to the situation described earlier.

Cường LêFinally, why we must use first instead firstly ?

Nobody uses "firstly" anymore. It used to be (e.g before 1960) strictly advised in the case of an adverb, but this is no longer the case. "First, second, third" are what we write in today's English.

Cường LêCan you explain more in detail why we can not use phrase: It is true

You can put "it is true that" before any positive assertion. The resulting sentence is grammatical. But it is rather silly and meaningless, unless you think that the reader suspects you are not telling the truth. And then it just raises more suspicions. The plain statement is much more direct and effective.

One plus one equals two.
It is true that one plus one equals two.

The sun will rise in the east and set in the west tomorrow.
It is true that the sun will rise in the east and set in the west tomorrow.

Tom didn't steal chewing gum from your store.
It is true that Tom didn't steal chewing gum from your store.

On the other hand "it is not true" can point out an exception to a statement that the reader may accept as a general truth.

The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. 
It is not true that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. In spherical geometry, the shortest distance between two points is an arc of a great circle.
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