Uniform Crime Reporting System

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Predicting Crime With the Uniform Crime Reporting System The Uniform Crime Reporting System States that there are four types of crime in the United States such as United States Crime, National Incident-based Reporting System, Law Enforcement Personnel Killed and Assaulted, and Hate Crime Statistics. (FBI, May 09, 2012)
Crime in the United States is classified in three parts such as; Felonies, Misdemeanors, and Infractions. Each classification is determined by how high or low the crime is that was committed and what punishment is for the person who convicted the crime.(Montaldo, August 28th, 2016)
National Incident-Based Reporting System this is crimes known to the police personnel the data includes types of offenses in an incident such as;
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There are officer personnel who have skills and uses them effectively and safely in a situation or problem. (Wemmer & Deuel, December 6th, 2015)
Hate Crime Statistics is based on a person that has a criminal experience, the victim is to be motivated by race, gender / gender identity, religion, disability, or sexual identity in a relationship such as gender to which they are attracted to. ("Hate Crime ," December 15th, 2016)
The FBI gives the law enforcement personnel a handbook to show how to classify offenders and how to count the offenses. Knowing offenses vary by state with different laws, the FBI asks to report by guidelines that is provided in the handbook given. (FBI, March 10th, 2010)
The UCR Program collects statistics on violent crime and classifies them under; Manslaughter, rape, robbery, and assault. (FBI, March 29th, 2010) Pros of the Uniform Crime report is that a crime data is put into a understandable format, someone is always concerned about what the risks of crime that has happened in the area they want to live. Moms and dads want to protect their family and anything they own from harm. People can be aware of anything when buying a home or a piece of property. They can look up the crime statistics in the area from anything to child molesters to robberies to
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Murders 11 (9.7 per 100,000), rapes 65 (57.2 per 100,000), robberies 148 (130.3 per 100,000), assaults 844 (742.8 per 100,000), burglaries 73.5 (646.9 per 100,000), Thefts 3,004. The higher population of the state or city the higher the crime rates will be. ("Crime Rates," 2002-2014)
In 1933 to 1959 crime rates have lessened from 770 to 508 per every hundred thousand; 1941 crime had lowered again due to the World War Two. 1960 through 1980 crime rates sky rocketed to five thousand nine hundred fifty offenses from every hundred thousand Americans. The types of crime between 1960 and the early 1990’s, some factors caused a increase of crime during the years are the World War two. Towards the end of the war and the return of the soldiers created a baby boom. Which lead to the 1960 baby boomers became teenagers and had crime-prone age. (Schmalleger, January 17th, 2014 , p. 36)
Trends from 1945 to 1960 have changed such as electronics and inputting data needed to keep statistics of a crime. If anything was written down on paper those paper could have been lost or destroyed before
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