APPLICATION_EXERCISE_FIVE

APPLICATION_EXERCISE_FIVE - INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE...

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Unformatted text preview: INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE APPLICATION EXERCISE 5 PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND 4 DIGIT # DUE FRIDAY APRIL 4 ALL RESPONSES MUST BE TYPED EMAIL RESPONSES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Open the document "Prisoners in 2006." Open it in PDF (Adobe Acrobat format). Answer all the following 10 questions: a. How many prisoners were under jurisdiction of Federal and State adult correctional authorities at yearend 2006? 1,570,861 b. What was the rate of incarceration per 100,000 residents of sentenced prisoners under state and federal correctional authority at yearend 2006? 751 per 100,000 residents c. Which region of the US held the most number of prisoners at yearend 2006? South d. Which state had the highest rate of incarceration per 100,000 residents? Louisiana e. Which state had the lowest rate of incarceration per 100,000 residents? Massachusetts f. What was the rate of incarceration for the Southern region at yearend 2006? 547 g. Which state held the most number of female prisoners at yearend 2006? California h. Was Arkansas' rate of incarceration of female prisoners at yearend 2006 higher or lower than the U.S. rate of women's incarceration? Higher i. How many prisoners were held in privately operated facilities (prisons, not jails) in Arkansas at yearend 2006? 0 j. What was the average annual percent change in the U.S. prison population from 2005 to 2006? What was it in Arkansas? 2.5% ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CMJS 2003 taught by Professor Nalley during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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