Chapter 04

Chapter 04 - Criminal Justice, 4th Edition by Jay S....

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Criminal Justice, 4 th Edition by Jay S. Albanese Chapter 4 Perpetrators and Victims of Crime
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Perpetrators and Victims We use the following variables to describe both, perpetrators and victims, of crime:
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Age and Victimization The older a person is, the less likely that person is to be a victim of a violent crime The younger a person is, the more likely that person is to be a victim of a violent crime
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Age and Victimization
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Gender Women are most frequently arrested for larceny
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Race and Ethnicity Whites account for _____ of all arrests African Americans are victims of violent crime at ________ rates than whites Hispanics are victims of _________ crimes more often than whites or African Americans Asian Americans have the ______ crime victimization rate in the U.S .
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Profiling Profiles are developed to describe and understand certain crimes and characteristics of offenders and
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course CRIM 201 taught by Professor Losacco during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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