UNIT ONE: Criminology Lab QuestionsWelcome to your first online Criminology lab assignment! At this point, you are asked to complete the video journey questions. Each link (the title of the lab) has a set of questions beneath it. Using the link, answer the questions that follow. Note that links open up a newbrowser window.Please include the questions and answers when you submit your assignment in the dropbox. Use appropriate headings in your assignment. Submit the work as onefile attachment. This means you complete all work in one word processing document (e.g., Microsoft Word) and attach the file using the dropbox tool. Submit your work in Unit 1:Lab Questionsdropbox basket.The answers to the lab questions are worth 10 points.Lab QuestionsInvestigating Crime StatisticsLet’s explore some of the resources for monitoring crime in the United States described in the unit and see what crime looks like according to the most recent statistics. You will explore both the Uniform Crime Reports and the National Crime Victimization Survey, which is found in the Victims section of the Bureau of Justice Statistics website. Criminologists don’t just examine information. They also think about its implications, so be prepared to analyze the data that you findUniform Crime Reports1.Provide information for each of the following using the most recent data availableon the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report webpage. Also, include a link to the page where you found each answer with your response. Look up the crime statistics for your city or the city closest to you if you live in a small town or rural area. The information for 2016, organized by state, can be found hereoName of your city/closest city and state: .