Researchers’ have provided an opportunity to research crime rates in the United States. This research report displays frequency of the all 50 states crime, including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. According to the FBI’s 2018 Uniform Crime Reports all figures listed are rated according to 100,000 per inhabitants and they are comparable statistically. In the United States crime rates in 2018 is 360.3 per 100,000 inhabitants and crime rates of property are 2,581.1.
If we compare two states, Florida and California we will see that there is disparity within these two states. Many of the states generally track it through metropolitan areas. According to this report it can be said, that there is a big difference in crime rates from city to city. In California, the violent crime rate according to the FBI in 2016 was 394.2 crimes per 100,000 citizens. In Florida the violent crime rate according to the FBI in 2016 was 530.5 per 100,000 citizens. In 2012, Florida had 3275.6 and California had 2757.7 according to per 100,000 property crimes. Violent crime rates include offenses of rape, murder, aggravated assault and robbery.
2. Go to Crime Stoppers USA’s website at www.crimestopusa.com/. Check out “About Us” and “What is Crime Stoppers?” How is CSUSA “fighting crime”? What does CSUSA’s approach assume about the cause of crime? Do you think CSUSA’s approach to fighting crime is based on valid conclusions about causality? Explain.
Crime Stoppers is a program in various communities, which provides crime related information to individuals anonymous. Some authorities, such as the police rely on information from the community. The crime stoppers organization is committed to helping combat crime and to tracking down criminals. It is a nonprofit organization that is operated statewide or on a local level. They accept donations and reward those who report information regarding criminal activity. individuals.
3. What are the latest trends in crime? Write a short statement after inspecting the Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Reports at www.fbi.gov (go to the “Statistics” section under “Reports & Publications”). You will need to use Adobe Acrobat Reader to access some of these reports (those in PDF). Follow the instructions on the site if you are not familiar with this program.
According to recent reports, in the last quarter century overall trends in crime has dropped quickly. There are some crimes that may rise, and others may fall in some years. Long term trends annual variations are considered not as indicative. In some cities murder rates have increased. Various patterns and trends in criminality need high analytical, high level research and communication skills. It is likely that research institutes and universities are technical providers, are just as essential as other professions, achieving professional and academic recognition.