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Crime-specific analysis

Carl E. Pope

Crime-specific analysis

an empirical examination of burglary offender characteristics

by Carl E. Pope

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Published by Dept. of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burglary -- United States.,
  • Thieves -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEmpirical examination of burglary offender characteristics.
    Statementby Carl E. Pope.
    SeriesAnalytic report - Utilization of Criminal Justice Statistics Project ; SD-AR-11
    ContributionsUnited States. National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service. Statistics Division., Criminal Justice Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36, 4 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17646481M

    Three typical deficiencies in data quality are data censoring, or omitting data on incidents of interest in particular places or at particular times; systematic bias, which may result from how data are collected; and irrelevant data, or data that are not useful for the specific problem being addressed. Of course, these calculations implicitly assume that the average worker is representative of the average homicide victim, which may not be the case. Department of Health and Human Services, To reliably estimate the number of offenses for some of these crime categories is nearly impossible.

    UCR and NIBRS Fraud The intentional perversion of the truth for the purpose of inducing another person or entity to part with something of value or to surrender a legal right. Localized analysis of the intervention areas found reductions in violent and drug crime rates. In several of the case studies, simple heuristics were nearly as good as analytic software in performing some tasks for predictive policing. Hart, Timothy C.

    Criminal Justice System costs The three elements of criminal justice system costs at the federal, state, and local levels are police protection costs, legal and adjudication costs, and corrections costs. Edited by Michael Tonry, — Articles in this section present such important issues as problem-oriented policing versus zero tolerance, how to evaluate problem-solving officers, and the application of problem solving for investigators. The authors for these articles provide useful and replicable strategies to address these concerns within the context of problem solving. Please subscribe or login. Springer, London


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Crime-specific analysis book

This is one of the most recent summaries of the current state of knowledge about burglary, which is published as a chapter in the Oxford Handbook series.

The articles selected for this edition provide a rich blend of the practitioners' experiences and research presented at the conference. New York: Springer. The fundamental causes of crime are the social and economic forces operating within society.

The first section, Crime Specific Problems, highlights crime problems commonly experienced by communities, including gangs, burglaries, and violence against women. Youth Outreach Workers served as mentors for youth in neighborhood settings.

Criminology Theories: The Varied Reasons Why People Commit Crimes

Some attribute crime to the individual; they believe that an individual weighs the pros and cons and makes a conscious choice whether or not to commit a crime. Because homicide rates and present discounted value of lifetime earnings differ significantly for males and females, gender-specific risk-of-homicide costs were developed and weighted based on rate of occurrence to create the total per-offense risk-of-homicide cost.

Many of the examples are drawn from the field of environmental criminology. Predictions automatically lead to major crime reductions. Rey, eds. A Common Goal Each theory has its own basis to explain why individuals commit crimes but as you can see, some overlap. UCR and NIBRS Stolen Property The reception, purchase, retail, possession, concealment, or transportation of any property with the knowledge that it has been unlawfully taken.

Mapping crime in its community setting: Event geography analysis. This forum provided a unique opportunity for participants to learn from one another's efforts. Search Menu Abstract Despite the growing problem of clandestine drug laboratories, there is currently little evidence of systematic knowledge regarding the crime-commission process involved in this criminal enterprise.

Because of the punishment involved, we are deterred from committing the crime. Almost all crime-cost data are aggregated and must be re-assigned to types of crime based on the ratio of crime-specific offenses to total offenses for all crimes.

Three typical deficiencies in data quality are data censoring, or omitting data on incidents of interest in particular places or at particular times; systematic bias, which may result from how data are collected; and irrelevant data, or data that are not useful for the specific problem being addressed.

This program is rated Effective. To reliably estimate the number of offenses for some of these crime categories is nearly impossible. Cities that received the program experienced a significant reduction in violent crime relative to control cities between and A risk-of-homicide cost was developed for each crime category by multiplying the probability of homicide for each type of crime by the mean present value of lifetime earnings for each gender.

Maltz, M. Combines previously published classic articles with current writings by the foremost experts on the use of spatial data analysis in the social sciences.

In most countries, burglary is treated as a serious offense and the culprits can receive substantial prison sentences. These estimates excluded crime career costs and included only police and fire services in criminal justice system costs, leaving out major elements such as legal, adjudication, and corrections costs.Mar 01,  · In this study, we use a qualitative methodology and perform a content analysis of official court transcripts to propose a crime script in drug manufacturing in clandestine laboratories.

The second aim is to propose potential situational crime prevention Cited by: General Overviews. There are many texts that present the techniques and methods needed to map and analyze spatial data.

Though we have avoided texts on the statistical and mathematical theory underlying methods of analysis, the texts listed in this section focus primarily on crime-specific analyses but vary on the level of methodological rigor (ranging from introductory texts with empirical.

platform for analysis. GIS provides an information-based method supporting all roles and aspects of law enforcement. Line Officer or Investigator Officers can access current crime analysis and suspect information while in the field or during an investigation.

The ability to spatially query. This book positions script analysis as a useful and pragmatic tool, which can guide the selection and implementation of preventive measures in business environments.

Crime Against Business

It illustrates how the concept aligns with the crime-specific orientation found in environmental criminology, and particularly explores the theoretical foundations of situational crime prevention, the approach to which it is.

Which of the following is not a common crime analysis technique discussed in this chapter? DNA analysis: Crime-specific analysis: Link analysis: Telephone toll analysis: Artificial intelligence is based on what discipline(s)?

What book by Herman Goldstein described the wide range of "problems" that should receive police attention?

Chapter 2 Policing Today Flashcards Preview

Tactical crime analysis or crime-specific analysis- a tabular or graphic display of reported crimes within a given pattern of time and/or location. Used to detect patterns of crime that cluster in specific location during various time periods.