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Every report was different for males and females. Males where committing more crimes than female in every category mentioned above for offenders. Aggravated assault victims had more male than female. The crimes where committed against males more than females. This was reported by both systems noting that males where victimized more than females. Robbery was the same way noting that males were victimized more than females.
Larceny and vehicle theft on both systems display white people has have being the must victimized out the other races. This includes white males and white females. This is broke down to head of household.
The two systems are a good representation of crime through statistics of race and the actual crime. Through NCVS, the FBI crime system NIBRS can conduct a trend analysis for the crimes and the victims that are affected by the crimes. This can also serve as a tool to higher more police to the areas that are affected more with crime. The article; The Relationship Between Crime Reporting and Police: Implications for the Use of Uniform Crime Reports, Steven Levit, discusses the problem with police reporting and how there is no standard for the reporting across the nation. Therefore people believe that the reports are not accurate due to how different police organizations conduct their investigations. In this article, the author discusses estimates for crime versus city. The author is working with Craig who introduced this way of thought and idea in 1987.
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This article reviews the crime of rape and how it is different from other forms of crime. Rape is seldom reported and severe. This article suggest that the majority of the victims are white and than black. After white and black, other codes of race follow. However there is no information on the rape offender in regards to race. There is no information in regards to who committed the crime when trying to justify the crime only that the crime was committed.
Again this article only compares white, black, and other. This article depicts whites being the one most victimized or the one who is making the report on the crime in reference to them.
In the two articles, Victims and Offenders in Two Crime Statistics Programs: A Comparison of the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) and the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) and The Relationship Between Crime Reporting and Police: Implications for the Use of Uniform Crime Reports, they discuss the crime and who might be responsible for the crime as far as the race and gender. These wo articles do not discuss the particular city with in the United States. However they do discuss cities. These two articles do not discuss which city in particular. This makes a big difference in the proper way to gain intelligence on which city is affected more by crime than one another. The community in where someone lives in, and reports a crime is not clear on which community these surveys come from. They do not differentiate the different societies from poor to upper class in society. Therefore different societies are not properly addressed for victimization. The ratio between police and civilians are not proportionate to the city and what they gave to accomplish to have a certain impact on the affects of crime. The police investigations are not within a standard amongst the different cities that are conducted with in this research. Therefore the research on the crime specific cannot be judged and understood as the statistic stands. The crime reported is a crime reported. However the crimes that aren’t reported are linked to a number of things such as police not being available for the crime to take the report and start the investigation. Other factors are the community the individuals who are in the community who are being victimized. This is because the lack of police per civilian in the given society or community. That is not to say that poor communities do not have the same respect as communities that have upper class. In these two articles this was not broken down in regards to poor and upper class districts.
This has become the main reason why statistics are not properly reported. These two articles can base their information on information that has not been completed. Meaning the not completed information is because of the lack of intelligence that is not derived from the collection efforts from the police force. This is most likely because of the assets for each police force is not always available. The way the police conducts their investigations are not a standard amongst the different police force.
In the article Bigger is not Necessarily Better: An Analysis of Violence Against Women Estimates form the National Crime Victimization Survey and the National Violence Against Women Survey discusses the measure against women who have been violated. The National Violence Against Women Survey (NVAWS) has had similar results with the NCVS. The NVAWS contrast the results of women being violated or they are a victim of a crime with the NCVS. The NCVS is in conjunction with the NVAWS in order to help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The NVAWS was a one time thing in 1995 ad lasted till 1996. The NVAWS was a one time telephone survey. This survey was to improve the overall awareness of a crime associated to women such as rape, physical assault, and stalking of the individual.
The difference between the NCVS and the NVAWS is the person conducting the research conducted it in a manner that was comprised of a screening segment and an incident report. The NVAWS screener is more personal than a NCVS screener. The NVAWS starts at the child than works there way through adulthood. This is because of the appropriate tracking of crimes committed against an individual.
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I believe if you want to rotary the exact numbers or numbers for crimes, than you need to know the actual figures from the history. These crimes are relevant and need to be to tracked. The FBI does not track crimes that may happen more often than others. Therefore who knows what a typical police force staffing is supposed to be. Out of these three articles, I feel that the biggest problem for not having uniformity for reporting, making a catalogue of the crime, where the crime was committed and who the crime was committed against, will never be accurate. States or governments have to learn how to combat these crimes. Some crimes are more sever than others. However a crime is a crime and each crime should be treated the same. The overall problem I noticed between these three articles was more over the police force. I feel if there was a stronger police force to handle the amount of crime that was happening within a different city, and I also feel that, police uniformity and the way they conduct investigations will greatly enhance the capability of tracking the crimes.
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