Victim and Suspect Typologies…………………..

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Victim and Suspect Typologies Scenario” Please respond to the following:

•Based on the first suspect’s interview regarding the battery incident and understanding the trends in crime from your lesson, determine how the suspect fits the trends that have been observed. Identify any ways that the suspect does not fit those trends. Identify and describe some of the overwhelming factors that may have led to his offending.

•Considering the nature of victimization and the victim’s interview, give your opinion on whether or not she seems to be the “typical victim”. Explain why or why not. Identify and explain the theories that may begin to describe her victimization in this instance. Identify the costs in this victimization.

•Based on the information given by the suspect involved in the robbery from Week 1, determine if the suspect fits the given typologies for offenders from Chapter 3. Identify the similarities and differences. Consider the institutions that have been viewed as associated with criminality, and note the distinctions of social institutions given by the suspect. Describe how this affects the emergence of offending behavior in this suspect.

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CRJ105 – Week 1 Scenario Uniform Crime Report (UCR) Crimes Slide # Slide Title Dialogue 01 Introduction No dialogue 02 Sgt. Jones’ Outside Sergeant’s Office Office [Knock on door] Sergeant: Come on in. 03 Index Sergeant’s Office Crimes and the UCR Sergeant: I’m Sergeant Jones and I’ll be your field- (video) training officer and supervisor. There’s a big push in the department to make sure that everyone, especially our new interns, understands the nature and the origins of crime. Each week we’ll have a conference concerning some of the important aspects of the profession. The chief thinks this will help to produce better officers, and criminal justice professionals. As a college-educated intern, you are the future of criminal justice and law enforcement. We hope that you can use what you learn to help not only our department, but the entire city, making it a safer place to live for everyone. [Retrieves folder from desk] This file contains our crime stats for the past several years, including our Uniform Crime Report data. The UCR is a federal report, describing crime in the United States for a year. However, we only report index crimes at our agency. Do you know what “index crimes” are? See if you can identify the index crimes in this list. 04 Assessment No dialogue #1 05 Index Sergeant’s Office Crimes andthe UCR, Sergeant: The index crimes are all Type 1 crimes as continued listed in the UCR. These are the crimes that we report (video) and you are a part of that. When you take an incident report on one of these crimes, you must submit that report at the end of your shift so the desk sergeant can prepare the UCR documentation. This is why it’s important to know what the index crimes are, as it will help you in your daily duties. These statistics are our UCR stats for the past 3 years. Take a look at them. What do they tell you about our index crimes over the past 3 years? 06 Index No dialogue…