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Unformatted text preview: 5. Increased development of nonlethal weapons 6. The use of bionic eyes and eardrums 7. Behavioral altering drugs 8. Microprocessors Costs of criminal victimizations 1. Monetary costs can be estimated by identifying the criminal justice system operating and offender processing costs 2. Human costs refer to the lost lives and unused human potential three sources of error in UCR 1. Hierarchy rule where if multiple crimes are committed in a single incident ONLY the most serious crime is reported to the UCR 2. Inconsistency in Data submission (underreporting) 3. Clerical and data processing problems (both under and over reporting) Problems with NCVS It cannot measure ALL CRIME. It is a survey based on sampling of household through victims interviews The oldest law enforcement agency is postal inspectors, post office 1....
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- Fall '08