The extent of crime in America

Measuring the extent of crime in America is not an exact science. When one looks at the multitude of acts and omissions that are considered to be illegal, both from a federal, state, and local jurisdiction perspective, researchers often use a crime typology
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Measuring the extent of crime in America is not an exact science. When one looks at the multitude of acts and omissions that are considered to be illegal, both from a federal, state, and local jurisdiction perspective, researchers often use a crime typology format. These formats are designed to identify specific attributes of criminal activity. The typology used looks at the type of crime, unique factors or characteristics of the persons involved (offender or victim), specific aspects surrounding the crime itself, or a combination of these factors.

Originally posted 2016-10-25 09:59:48.

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