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Lecture 6

SOC-R 100 Lecture 6: 10052016__Chapter Seven

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Fall 2016

Department
Sociology
Course Code
Sociology SOC-R 100
Professor
Cynthia Solinski
Lecture
6

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I. Crie Clok 4: FBI’s Uifor Crie Report UCR
A. Predatory Crime: Acts that have victims who suffer from some kind of
physical harm or loss or property (8 types of felonies, all criminal law)
1. Murder& Non-negligent Manslaughter
2. Aggravated Assault
3. Rape
4. Robbery
5. Burglary
6. Larceny-Theft
7. Motor Vehicle Theft
8. Arson
B. Public Disorder Crimes are where most of LEO time is spent investigating
C. Illegal Service Crimes
1. vitiless ries i the ook
2. Prostitution, gambling, drug dealing
3. Not likely to be reported because of criminal and customer prefer service
available
D. Crimes of Negligence
E. Organized Crime
F. White Collar crime
1. Fraud
II. Extend of Crime & Delinquency
A. Sources of Data & Problems with official records
1. Only about 1/3 of all crimes are reported to the police
III. Sources of Data
A. Victimization Studies
1. National crime victimization survey: annually by DOJ
2. Attempt to secure information from victims
3. Surveys and interviews a representative sample- randomly selects up to
90,000 households & 160,000 individuals ages 12 and older
B. Self-reports
1. Asks whether or not the person has committed a crime
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I. Crime Clock 2014: FBI’s Uniform Crime Report (UCR) A. Predatory Crime: Acts that have victims who suffer from some kind of physical harm or loss or property (8 types of felonies, all criminal law) A.1. Murder& Non-negligent Manslaughter A.2. Aggravated Assault A.3. Rape A.4. Robbery A.5. Burglary A.6. Larceny-Theft A.7. Motor Vehicle Theft A.8. Arson B. Public Disorder Crimes are where most of LEO time is spent investigating C. Illegal Service Crimes C.1. “victimless crimes” in the book C.2. Prostitution, gambling, drug dealing C.3. Not likely to be reported because of criminal and customer prefer service available D. Crimes of Negligence E. Organized Crime F. White Collar crime F.1. Fraud II. Extend of Crime & Delinquency A. Sources of Data & Problems with official records A.1. Only about 1/3 of all crimes are reported to the police III. Sources of Data A. Victimization Studies A.1. National crime victimization survey: annually by DOJ A.2. Attempt to secure information from victims A.3. Surveys and interviews a representative sample- randomly selects up to 90,000 households & 160,000 individuals ages 12 and older B. Self-reports B.1. Asks whether or not the person has committed a crime B.2. When allowed to respond anonymously—people admit to cr
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