Crime Analysis

“In this week’s readin” rel=”nofollow”>ings, the focus shifts from general issues in” rel=”nofollow”>in crime analysis (e.g. theory, data, etc.) to presentation of the methods and techniques used by crime analysts. Many people outside of crimin” rel=”nofollow”>inology and the field of crimin” rel=”nofollow”>inal justice thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink they already know a lot about crime analysis because they see so much of it on TV and in” rel=”nofollow”>in movies. Indeed, many of you have probably mentioned to someone that you are studyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing crimin” rel=”nofollow”>inology, which then in” rel=”nofollow”>invoked a discussion of all the thin” rel=”nofollow”>ings that person ‘knows’ about crimin” rel=”nofollow”>inology, most of which is only loosely based in” rel=”nofollow”>in reality! For this week’s discussion,discuss how crime analysis, as described in” rel=”nofollow”>in the textbook, is very different from how the practice is usually portrayed on TV and in” rel=”nofollow”>in movies.
Obviously, there is not a ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ response to this discussion prompt, but as with any of the discussion postin” rel=”nofollow”>ings, be sure to refer directly to in” rel=”nofollow”>information from the readin” rel=”nofollow”>ings, and be clear, organized, and professional. As noted in” rel=”nofollow”>in the syllabus, be sure that your in” rel=”nofollow”>initial postin” rel=”nofollow”>ing is not too similar to the postin” rel=”nofollow”>ings that other students have made”

Below is the book that used in” rel=”nofollow”>in class (Chapter 8-11) If you don’t have access to this book please let me know and I can try to provide you with my kin” rel=”nofollow”>indle version

Santos, Rachel Boba. 2012. Crime Analysis With Crime Mappin” rel=”nofollow”>ing (3rd ed.). Sage Publications. ISBN: 9781452202716

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