The murder rate has done more increasing than decreasing over the last few years. In 2009 Philadelphia ended the year with 406 murders, about 70% of them went unsolved. As time passed the murder rate only decreased by a few people. Murders weren’t the only thing that increased, in 2008 the cities rape rate went high it reached a maximum of 1,038 cases. The lowest the city had in the past few years was in 2009, it ended with 896 cases.
The median household income in Detroit dropped from $29,526 in 2000 to $26,098 in 2009. It was only a year later that it dropped again to $25,787. In 2010, the mean income fell below the US average by thousands. Every 1 in 3 residents in the city of Detroit is in poverty. Detroit reported more burglaries in 2010 than 2012.
From 285.4 million to 297 million. During this year Labatt Genuine Draft percent of dollars sold went up by 152.63 percent. Released in 2011 only in the east. In 2012 released to central and west. Labatt Drys sales decreased in 2009 to 2011 by 37% of dollars sold.
This shows Franklin has an estimated 151-200 Bloods as gang members. The arrow is pointing to Franklin Township, the boot-shaped region shaded as the second-highest density for membership (as indicated by the legend). This shows Franklin has an estimated 151-200 Bloods as gang members. Franklin’s most problematic gang, which also happens to have the most recruitment in the community, is the Bloods. Shown in the map to the left (NJSPGS, 2007), the municipality of Franklin Township has the highest density of Bloods than any surrounding municipality, and is one of the few areas in the state with membership in the 151-200 range.
Burglary and robbery crimes have also been steadily decreasing. Juvenile felony arrests in San Mateo County dropped considerably in the late 1990s, and have varied slightly in recent years. In 2010, there were 9.3 felony arrests for every 1,000 San Mateo County juveniles. Felony DUI arrests have been on the rise every year since 2005. In a 2013 survey, when asked how safe they feel in their neighborhood, 62.7% of county residents stated “excellent” or “very good” as
Part A: When we refer back to the 1970s, most people generally think of punk rock, lava lamps, and the hippie movement. However for the economy, it was a devastating economic decade of stagflation, a three day week and the return of unemployment. During this time period according to Dollar and Sense, “From the late 1940s to the early 1970s, the U.S. economy grew at an average annual rate of nearly 4%. The annual unemployment rate only exceeded 6% twice in the 25 years between 1949 and 1973. The annual inflation rate, too, only topped 6% twice, and was actually under 2% for 14 of the 25 years in this period.
The unemployment rate was at about 9.5 percent to 9.7 percent in the beginning of 2010 up until December and then it started to slightly decline. It got down to 8.8 percent but then rose over 9 percent again by May of 2011 and has stayed around that percentage. This may be a sign that jobs are being created and hopefully the unemployment rate will experience another decrease during 2011. The unemployment rates by age showed that the 16-19 age group is having the worst time with unemployment. The unemployment rates for 16-19 year olds has stayed pretty steadily around 25 percent since the beginning of 2010 until the present and has never been below 24.5 percent.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Fatality Analysis Reporting System, within the past 10 years, almost 150 people have died from motorcycle accidents in the state of Idaho. Of these fatalities, over 60% were not wearing a helmet. A recent study (Orsay et al., 1994) published in the Center for Disease Control's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, estimates the use of a properly fitted and secured helmet can reduce the risk of death by over 25%, and reduce serious head trauma in a motorcycle accident by almost 35%. Yet many people still refuse to wear a helmet. The financial burden to society from these accidents is staggering.
The lack of man power makes gang members and drug dealers more likely to sell drugs and carry weapons and to use them in the open. There are also not enough responding officers to quickly arrive to calls for help or to make any arrests. A former police officer named Robert, one of the officers who was laid off, noticed his car missing from his driveway. He quickly phoned his former coworkers and sought immediate help. After reporting that his car was gone, he waited 15 minutes for a patrol car to arrive, worried that each passing second made it less likely the cops would catch the thief before a successful getaway.
This was passes as a part of the Omnibus Crime Bill of 1994 and established guidelines for states to track sex offenders, (Office of Justice Programs). The act required states to track sec offenders by confirming their place of residence annually for ten years after their release into the community or quarterly for the rest of their lives if the sex offender had been convicted of a violent sex offense, (Office of Justice Programs). The next major piece of legislation came in 1996 with Megan’s Law. Almost every state had passed a Megan’s Law prior to the federal government doing so in 1996. Megan’s Law provides the public with the ability to access information from sex offender registries.