1 edition of Socio-economic and demographic characteristics of offender population found in the catalog.
Socio-economic and demographic characteristics of offender population
by The Center in Honolulu, Hawaii (850 Richards St., Room 502, Honolulu 96813)
Written in English
|Statement||State of Hawaii, Department of the Attorney General, Hawaii Criminal Justice Information Data Center.|
|Contributions||Hawaii Criminal Justice Information Data Center.|
|LC Classifications||HV6793.H3 S63 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 138 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||83620573|
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The National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) provides information on characteristics of victims, including age, race or Hispanic origin, sex, marital status, and household income. For violent crimes (rape or sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault) the characteristics are based on the victim who experienced the crime. *The Estimated Gang Risk Index uses multivariate regression to estimate the number of gangs people that is typical for regions with similar demographic, socio-economic, and geographic characteristics. The higher the number, the greater the gang risk. Gang risk is usually associated with the following regional characteristics.
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Burch, Canadian Studies in Population, Vol. 44 (), ). 1. Introduction. Over the last three decades, a growing amount of research effort, largely inspired by Becker () seminal paper, has been devoted to study the socio-economic determinants of criminal behaviour, partly motivated by the remarkable increase in criminal activities in many developed countries.
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Findings suggest that, for several population characteristics, rail-accessible neighborhoods differ from those without rail access. Introduction, background, and setting. There is abundant literature describing the reasons why people offend.
Prominent factors attributed often include antisocial personality,1 mental health,2 and psychopathy.3 In this study, we were interested to find out the influence of offender sociodemographic variables such as age, parents’ marital status, education, employment, and prisoners.
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The following is a Symposium Speech delivered at the Second Annual Conference on RACE, GENDER and CLASS. Marissa Meyer Last Modified Date: J Socio-economic indicators are used to measure social and economic development within a specific is gathered from the census, administrative databases or polls in an area, and it is used to assess characteristics of the community, such as employment rates, crime rates, poverty status, education levels and life expectancy.
Our concern in this book is the special population offender. If we do not initiate effective mechanisms to address the problems of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and men-tal health issues among the inmate population, we will see these inmates again.
The chapters in this volume suggest ways in which effective intervention and management. Demographic characteristics and abuser characteristics are described, including the family environment, history of involvement with health and social services, school adjustment and. demographic groups, and their associated vulnerability to regional hazards.
The primary social unit is at the household level, while religion is seen to be equally important (Le Masson ). Hindi, Urdu, and English are taught from grade I, while most speak Ladakhi with Population (% of district) Gender ratio (m:f) Leh district An offender may have multiple types of supervision and be counted in more than one of the categories provided.
The report includes information for both the incarcerated offender population and the adult offender population that is supervised in the community. The Demographic Highlights section offers a summary of the characteristics of the.
Part 1 Introduction: the characteristics of applied demography. Part 2 Basic concepts of applied demography: the basic demographic variables secondary demographic and related socio-economic .offenders in court, and juvenile offenders in correctional facilities). Charles Puzzanchera (chapters on juvenile population characteristics, juvenile victims, juvenile offenders, law enforcement and juvenile crime, and juvenile offenders in court).
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