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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/25/11 VIOLENT CRIMES JALEESA WILLIAMS SOC 280
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5/25/11 Definition Violent Crimes – A classification used by the FBI and other police to refer to murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault.
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5/25/11 OBJECTIVE CONDITION High crime rates Where the violence occurs?? Who commits violent crimes??
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5/25/11 TYPES OF VIOLENT CRIMES The United States Department of Justice divides violent crime into five categories: Murder Rape Robbery
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5/25/11 MURDER Murder- The unlawful premeditated killing of a person by another. Britain, Australia, and Canada combined have an estimated 350 murders committed by firearms. The US estimates 17,000 murders a year of that 15,000 are committed by
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5/25/11 RAPE Rape- Forcible sexual relations with a person against that persons will. In the US, 1.3 women are raped every minute. That results in 78 rapes each hour, 1872 rapes each day, 56160 rapes each month and 683,280 rapes each year. The world's highest rape rate of the countries that publish such statistics. 4 times higher than Germany, 13
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Robbery Robbery- Unlawful taking of goods and values of another by force. 61% of all robbery arrestees were under age twenty-five. Of those, 90% were males. Blacks accounted for 54% of the total robbery arrests, whites for 44%, and all other races make up the remainder. Which location is more likely for an robbery
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course PLS 120 taught by Professor Zimmerman during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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