• Crime and Drug Abue in Camden, Nj
    November 2, 2006 Mayor's Office 520 Market Street City Hall, Fourth Floor P.O. BOX 95120 Camden, New Jersey 08101-5120 RE: Crime and Drug Abuse in Camden Dear Mayor Faison, My name is Jeffrey Ho. Currently I am a student of Rutgers University. I grew up in Pennsauken, and then moved ou
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  • Uniform Crime Data Report
    The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program was conceived in 1929 by the International Association of Chiefs of Police to meet a need for reliable, uniform crime statistics for the nation. In 1930, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) was tasked with collecting, publishing, and archiving those s
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  • Regulatory Regimes for White Collar Crime & Corporate Crime.
    White Collar Crime: Essay 3. Regulatory regimes for white collar crime & corporate crime. The regulatory regimes in place for white-collar crime (WCC) and corporate crime (CC) are much more extensive than those for any other sort of crimes, problematically WCC and CC continues to grow. This e
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  • Juvenile Crime
    n the justice system, juvenile crime defines any illegal act committed by a person under the age of 18. While the laws are the same for juveniles as they are for adults, the penalties are often less severe. Still, controversy surrounds the methods of punishing juvenile offenders, as juvenile crime r
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  • Crime Data Comparison Paper
    Running head: CRIME DATA COMPARISON Crime Data Comparison Criminology CJA 323 Crime Data Comparison This essay will be about the forcible rapes in tow metropolitan areas of the United States. This information in this essay will derive from the United States Crime Report from the Federa
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  • Natural and Legal Crime
    Natural Crimes and Legal crimes Each crime that is committed is different in its own way. Some crimes can be violent while others can just serve a purpose. Other crimes are considered wrong no matter who is viewing them, while some crimes can be considered less important. Murder is a crime that
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  • Family, School, Community, and Economic Factors Associated with Juvenile Crime in North Carolina: a System Impact Assessment
    ________________________________________ Nature and Extent of the Juvenile Crime Problem Rarely does an evening pass in which the locally televised nightly news does not provide coverage of at least one shocking and disturbing act of criminal violence involving juveniles. Nightly reports of drive-
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  • Evolution of Crime
    Crime is an ever changing dilemma. One of the most effective ways society prepares and takes preemptive measures against crime is to study the patterns throughout the history of crime. Criminologists study many different aspects of crime and criminals alike. Some of the most important aspects to
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  • Communities and Crime Prevention
    This chapter aims to review the existing scientific evidence on the effectiveness of community-based programs to prevent crime. The three programs I am going to look and discuss are community mobilization, after-school recreation, and the removal of criminogenic commodities (specifically gun buy-bac
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  • Crime Trends
    Professor Holli VahSeliskar Kaplan University December 13, 2008 The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and the Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) showed the 2007 violent crime numbers as 1.4 million offenses. These numbers indicated a decrease of 1.4 percent in violent crimes, when compared with the
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  • Influences on a Rapid Growing Crime Rate
    Crime Influences on a Rapid Growing Crime Rate Crime at the present is at an all time high, it seems that each evening that you turn on the news there is headlining story of someone being murdered, robbed, assaulted, or harassed. Right now, countless numbers of vi
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  • Common Mispercetions About Crime
    Common Public Misperceptions about Crime By: Joseph Colombo References Source retrieved on December 6, 2008 from http://www.ncpa.org/pub/st/st176/s176h.html Source retrieved on December 4, 2008 from (http:
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  • Argentina Crime
    Crime in Argentina Almost every characteristic of a nation can be compared to that of another. Then there are some characteristics that hold their own uniqueness and separate themselves from the rest of the world. Religion, economy, education, careers, and cultures can keep countries unique, bu
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  • Crime Prevention Programs
    Crime Prevention Programs Implementation of community based programs designed by the police are important because the police have an obligation to ensure that citizens are protected and do not take matters into their own hands. These community based programs provide the citizens educational prog
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  • Girls & Crime
    INTRODUCTION There was once a saying that girls were made from sugar, spice, and everything nice; however, today’s female youth would hardly fit that description in accordance with the views of law enforcement agencies, politicians, community members, and the media. According to these sources, th
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  • Crime in Urban Areas
    Many factors generate crime. That ‘inner morality’ necessary to resist the temptation to rape, rob, or kill weakens in an environment of broken homes, systemic poverty, ethical relativism, religious decline. Poverty ’causes’ crime in general in the same way that pornography causes sex crimes
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  • Crime
    *My Concerns about* the Future Today as I put on the television, I see more and more disappointing news about the citizens of South Africa contributing to the crime of our country. A seventy two year old man brutally murdered because of the time he took to present a ten rand note to a chap who s
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  • Gun Control Laws and Their Effect on Crime
    Guns Control Laws and Their Effect on Crime. Cole Edwards Lieutenant Lowell Duckett, Special Assistant to the D.C. Police Chief made a profound statement in 1996 about gun control laws and their effect in his city. Duckett stated, "Gun control has not worked in D.C. The only people who have guns
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  • Juvenile Crime
    Juvenile Crime: Are Children Adult Enough? COM/205 Juvenile Crime: Are Children Adult Enough? Juveniles are responsible for about eight percent of the murders in the United States. Between the late 80s and the early 90s, the arrest rates for violent crimes among juveniles increased approxim
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  • Property Crime Report
    Overview: This paper presents statistics on major factors that affects the property crime rates in the U.S. Abstract: The property crime rates of 45.7% occurs more in urban areas. About 16.8% of the crimes were committed by high school dropouts and only 0.4% of the crimes that occurs were rel
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