Week5.CrimeReport.Exercise.Solution

Week5.CrimeReport.Exercise.Solution - one case. One-to-Many...

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Pomona Crime Case Database Data Modeling Exercise The Pomona police need to have a database that keeps track of crimes in Pomona.  Individual crime reports must be made from this database.  Individual crime reports will contain  the crime’s location, crime date, crime report date, suspects and their physical characteristics,  victims and their mailing addresses, crime evidence, and police officers involved in each  investigation.
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1. One Crime Case can have one or more Evidence. One evidence can only have 
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Unformatted text preview: one case. One-to-Many relationship. 2. One Case can have one or more police officers. One police officer can have one or more cases. Many-to-Many relationship. 3. One Case can have one or more victims. One victim can have one or more cases. Many-to-Many relationship. 4. One Case can have one or more suspects. One suspect can have one or more cases. Many-to-Many relationship....
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