It seem population density is to deter crime but that is not truly true because it seem that high density it offer a perfect oppuorunity for property crime . Property crime is about 1/3 out of all crimes that occur. Property crimes has include the follow crimes thefts, larceny, burglary, robbery,sort lifting, arson and vandalism. The statistic has shown that property crime have fell major about 32 percent in a ten year period. Property crime rate , “of 135 victimizations per 1,000 households in 2008 was lower than the rate of 147 per 1,000 households in 2007” and it was 248 attempted or completed property crimes per 1,000U.S.
Total current liabilities significantly decreased from 31% to 26.3%. Long term debt had an increase from 27.9% to 28.5%. The equity structure has improved, but remains in the negative. The total shareholders’ deficit decreased from $4,239 in 2003 to $1,379 in 2004. Investors
The Overall Decrease in Juvenile Arrests Overall Review Data from 2008 shows that juvenile arrests for violent crime declined between 2006 and 2008. According to Puzzanchera (2009) “In 2008 there were 2.11 million juvenile arrests, which is 16% lower than the arrests in 1999” (p.3). In 2008 juvenile arrests for forcible rape was at an all time low since 1980, aggravated assault arrests were also at its lowest since 1988. However, juvenile arrests for murder were at its low in 2004, but increased from 2005 to 2007. Further, the Property Crime Index decreased by 20%, larceny-theft by 17%, murder by 5%, motor vehicle theft by 50%, and burglary by 14% (Puzzanchera, 2008).
The company’s net cash from operations also decreased from 262.69 million to 233.58 million in 2005, a difference of 29.1 million. This decrease in operational cash flow was largely attributed to a significant increase in inventories to 164.41 million from 43.63 million. In addition, Tiffany posted operational losses of 12.03 million and increased prepaid expenses of 16.34 million in 2006. However, the company effectively managed its accounts payables for the year at 17.79 million, a significant change from the prior year. In addition, Tiffany increased ‘other non-cash’ items within its operations to 67.01 million.
The latency period of the infection is about three weeks before initial symptoms (Nelson and Williams, 2007). Increase turnover of sexual partners, homosexual, multiple sex partner engagements, prostitutes and drug use. (Nelson and Williams, 2007) Syphilis is widely distributed widely throughout the U.S. in the 1940s and After the 1940s, it has tremendously declined rapidly after introduction of penicillin antibiotic therapy and other broad-based public health programs (cdc.gov; www2a.cdc.gov). From the year of 1986-90, eight five percent increase in the prevalence of primary and secondary syphilis (cdc.gov; www2a.cdc.gov). In year 2000 according to center for disease and prevention, it was reduced tremendously from previous year 1990s: reported cases of syphilis.
In Chapter one, ‘Crime Control in America,” Rieman suggests that the criminal justice system has been designed to fail. Although there has been a slight decrease in crime in the more recent years, more specifically since 1992 the overall crime rates are declining; however a review of the criminal justice literature proves that prisons and police played quite a limited role in the national crime decline. He started off discussing the “Tough on crime” policies in which led to the largest prison expansion the U.S has ever known[i]. From 1980 to 2000, the U.S. built more prisons then it had in all of its history,[ii] creating what has been called an incarceration binge, mass incarceration, hyper incarceration, and a Plaque of Prisons. [iii] Rieman went through our history of recent Presidents, and there multiple failed policies they out forth in order to fight the war on crime.
During 2004, the situation got worse and the assets had gone down to 48.5%. Lucent’s cash and cash equivalents went down from 24% of their entire assets in 2003 to almost 20% in 2004. Lucent’s inventories, however, came up from 4.0% in 2003 to 4.8% in 2004, this is about a 20 percent increase in the total inventory. Lucent Technologies had a quite significant drop of their debt structure between the years of 2003 and 2004. While the current liability dropped from 25.6% in 2003 to 24.3% in 2004, it is apparent that this company has allocated for this as a long-term debt since it rose from 23% of total liabilities in 2003 to 26.4% in 2004.
“Examine the reasons for changes in the divorce rate since 1969” In the past 30 or 40 years, there have been some major changes in the family and household patters. Since the 1960’s, there has been a great increase in the number of divorces in the UK. The number of divorces doubled between 1961 and 1969, and doubled again by 1972. The upward trend continued, peaking in 1993 at 189,000. Since then, numbers have fallen slightly, but where still pretty high at 157,000 in 2001 – about six times higher than in 1961.
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES CASE ACC/230 January 7, 2011 Eddie Mattison LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES CASE After reading the Case Review of Lucent Technologies, it’s obvious that the assets of Lucent Technologies suffered a large decline between the years of 2003 and 2004. 49.4% of their total assets in 2003 consisted of their current assets, and in 2004 the percentage of their current assets decreased to 48.5%. Lucent Technologies total current assets increased from $7,863 in 2003 to $8,231in 2004. After a very thorough analysis, it is also obvious that the inventory of Lucent Technologies increased between the years of 2003 and 2004, because in 2003 the percentage of inventory was only 4% and it rose to 4.8% in 2004. In measuring the company’s cash and cash equivalent, it was clearly seen that their entire assets decreased by 24% in 2003 and almost 20% in 2004.
In the same time frame 28,818 ‘other theft offences’ were recorded in the local authority of Portsmouth, a decrease of 4.5% on the previous year (Home Office, 2011). Shoplifting in particular has increased sharply since the start of the recession (Crimestoppers, 2010) and the value of goods being stolen has risen by 20% (Crimestoppers, 2009). One set of theories that attempts to explain criminality are the subcultural theories. One of the first subcultural theories was Albert Cohen’s (1955) theory of delinquency, which he developed through researching gangs in Chicago (Muncie, 2005, p. 427). Cohen’s theory outlined a number of major features of subcultures of delinquency.