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Do burglar alarms increase burglary risk? A counter-intuitive finding and possible explanations
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Improving responses to juvenile burglary offenders
Victims Victim Service Providers. Latest Releases. Criminal Victimization, This report is the 46th in a series that began in It provides official estimates of criminal victimizations reported and not reported to police from BJS's National Crime Victimization Survey. Complete set of tables PDF 1. Jail inmate characteristics Local jail facility characteristics.
Prison population counts Prison inmate characteristics State and federal prison facility characteristics Special topics. Probation Probation population counts Parole Parole population counts Parole agencies.
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Comparing Robbery And Burglary And Robbery
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Identity theft Stalking School crime. Criminal Victimization, Criminal Victimization, Revised. Criminal Victimization, Provides National Crime Victimization Survey data on violent and property crime victimizations reported and not reported to police and the annual change in criminal victimization from Criminal Victimization, Revised Provides revised official estimates, which replace previously released estimates that did not permit year-to-year-comparisons.
Criminal Victimization, Presents national rates and levels of criminal victimization in and annual change from Criminal Victimization, Presents estimates of rates and levels of criminal victimization in the United States. Criminal Victimization, Presents the annual estimates of rates and levels of violent crime rape or sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault , property crime burglary, motor vehicle theft, and property theft , and personal theft pocket picking and purse snatching.
Patterns of Robbery and Burglary in 9 States, This report analyzes the Offender Based Transaction Statistics program data from nine States to provide some basic statistics on patterns of robbery and burglary for Completed or attempted theft, directly from a person, of property or cash by force or threat of force, with or without a weapon, and with or without injury. Rape, sexual assault, personal robbery, or assault.
This category includes both attempted and completed crimes. It does not include purse snatching and pocket picking. Murder is not measured by the National Crime Victimization Survey because of an inability to question the victim. Several criminological theories guide this study, with the most prominent being Social Disorganization Theory and Routine Activities Theory.
Both of these theories focus on the relationships of place and crime. A number of spatial analysis methods are hence adopted to analyze residential burglary rates at block group level for each of the study year. Spatial autocorrelation approaches, particularly Global and Local Moran's I statistics, are utilized to detect the hotspots of residential burglary.
To understand the underlying geographic factors of residential burglary, both OLS and GWR regression analyses are conducted to examine the relationships between residential burglary rates and various geographic factors, such as Percentages of Minorities, Singles, Vacant Housing Units, Renter Occupied Housing Units, and Persons below Poverty Line. The findings indicate that residential burglaries exhibit clustered patterns by forming various hotspots around the study area, especially in the central city and over time these hotspots tended to move in a northeasterly direction during the study period of Overall, four of the five geographic factors under examination show positive correlations with the rate of residential burglary at block group level.
Percentages of Vacant Housing Units and Persons below Poverty Line both are indicators of neighbor economic well-being are the strong indicators of crime, while Percentages of Minorities ethnic heterogeneity indictor and Renter Occupied Housing Units residential turnover indictor only show modest correlation in a less degree. Counter-intuitively, Percentage of Singles another indicator of residential turnover is in fact a deterrent of residential burglary; however, the reason for this deterrence is not entirely clear.
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