What were the Rates of Crime for each Area? Inglewood California has a lower aggravated assault crime rate than Knoxville Tennessee. In Inglewood California, the aggravated assault crime rate per 100,000 people in 2006 is 426.8. Knoxville Tennessee had an aggravated assault crime rate of 684.7 for every 100,000 people (Area Connect, 2014). The aggravated assault crime rate for 2006 is reported because it falls between the years 2000 and 2012 that are used in this report of crime data.
The number of burglaries declined in Chicago by 3,465, and the number of burglaries declined in Detroit by 3,602. Looking at the crime numbers for burglary may seem high, but when you look at the population numbers from both cities it is not that dramatic. Reviewing the data collected it leads me to believe that crime is higher in different, and this could be a result of income levels, employment, racial barriers, and social
The remainder of the city pairs carry insigniﬁcant parameter estimates except for College Station when A&M visits Baylor and Waco when Baylor visits Texas Tech. College Station sales tax revenues fall by about $60,000 and increase in Waco by about $79,000. The bottom row reports the test statistics for the null hypothesis that each school visiting a speciﬁc other school has a harmful eﬀect on the sales tax revenues of the home city. For example, the last row under Baylor has a test statistic of 8.01 and a p-value of 0.05. These results mean that in Austin, College Station, and Lubbock, sales tax revenues are lower when UT, A&M, or Texas Tech, travel to Waco.
Running head: SCHOOL DATA REVIEW School Data Review Ronald Smith Grand Canyon University EDA 530 March 24, 2010 Demographics and FARMS Affect on Test Scores Somerset County Maryland is located on the southern tip of the eastern shore of Maryland. It is a small county with approximately 25,000 people. Even though it is a small county, one of the smallest in Maryland, it is very diverse. The school district is also very small. There are fewer than three thousand students attending the county’s five elementary schools, one middle school and two high schools.
Based on the statistical analysis, we can support the claim that the average (mean) annual income was less than $50,000. We cannot support the claim that the true population proportion of customers who live in an urban area exceeds 40%, the average number of years lived in the current home is less than 13 years and the average credit balance for suburban customers is more than $4,300. a. the average (mean) annual income was less than $50,000, | INCOME($1000) | count | 50 | mean | 43.48 | sample standard deviation | 14.55 | Ho: µ =50000 Ha: µ<50000 The test statistic is Z=(xbar-µ)/(s/√n) =(43480-50000)/(14550.7/√50) =-3.17 The p-value= P(Z<-3.17)= 0.0008 (from standard normal table). Since the p-value is less than 0.05, we reject Ho. So we can conclude that the average (mean) annual income was less than $50,000.
Other than Greenville the rest of the county consists of small rural communities and farm land. (PCCHA, 2011) B. Assessment of needs and risks utilizing the six tools Population economic status assessment is as follows: The population of Pitt County is approximately 172,554, per capita income in 2011 was 21,935, and unemployment rate was 10.1% in 2011 but presently is 9.3%. The percentage of households at or below poverty level is 25.8%, of this group, 18.4% are white non-Hispanic and 34.7% are Black. 1 in 4 children live in poverty, 64% of school children are eligible for free or reduced school lunches/breakfasts.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated a 13% decrease in car fatalities in 1975-2008 saving approximately 27,052 lives since then. Not only the cons of lowering the Legal Drinking Age, our country does not support the idea overall. A 2007 Gallup poll showed that 77% of Americans would vote against the act of lowering the minimum drinking age. Through the years Americans have shown support for the minimum age being 21. Bar graph showing 77% of Americans opposed to lowering the drinking age to 18 nationwide, polled July 12-15, 2007.
According to AHAR 53 percent of all homeless people surveyed have participated in some sort of illegal activity. Under that broad definition of illegal activity only 53 percent of all homeless people have committed a crime. However; the new ordinances widen that definition for such offenses as sitting. District Attorney Paul Gallegos has previously gone on record as saying that his office spends an inordinate amount of prosecutorial resources on these relatively minor crimes. City attorney Cyndy Day-Wilson has been the driving force behind these legislations (Ordinance 856 and Ordinance 854).
Crime data Comparison CJA/314: Criminology Instructor: Chris Hammond By: Christine Kishlock Student: University of Phoenix Crime is a process that takes place when a law is broken; these laws are set in place to keep society at a social normal. When these laws are broken people normally report these activities but in the day and present time it has been more aware to criminal justice officials that most of the criminal behavior is not being reported. In this short comparison paper I will be going over to different metropolitan areas and comparing the rates in crime in a crime category. California holds several different metropolitan areas some are more wide spread than others and can go as far as half the state. The
(Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, 2008) It was also found in numerous studies by independent researchers and state agencies that “concealed handgun license holders are five times less likely than non-license holders to commit violent crimes.” (Students for Concealed Carry on Campus, 2008) If the majority of college campuses are safer than their surrounding areas because they don't allow concealed weapons on campus, there would be higher crime rates at the twelve U.S. colleges that do allow concealed carry on campus, but the fact of the matter is that a majority of college campuses aren’t safe because of this ban. At Buffalo State College there have been many reports of muggings, beatings, and shootings either on or very close to campus in this year alone, and that excludes the crimes that aren’t reported or made public. There is nothing stopping a criminal from walking onto campus with an illegal weapon, but there are regulations stopping law-abiding students from protecting themselves from these