Patterns and Trends in Crime

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1. What four observations relate to crime patterns?

  • Couting rules for crime changed, Amount of violence reported to BCS fell, Most types of serious violence are in decline, Violent crime increased as porportion due to less proerty crime
  • Couting rules for crime changed, Amount of violence reported to BCS rose, Most types of serious violence are rising, Violent crime increased as porportion due to less proerty crime
  • Couting rules for crime stayed the same, Amount of violence reported to BCS fell, Most types of serious violence are rose, Violent crime increased as porportion due to less vehicle crime
  • Team Rocket almost every episode, Magikarp salesman often, Trainers stealing secret base flags, Brody confuses men!
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2. What is the OCS and which peroid did they record the info for?

  • Official Crime Statistics (the Police) - Peroid 1
  • Official crime system (the police) - Period 2
  • British Crime Survey (the police) - Period 3
  • Olivine City Steelix - Period of Johto

3. What happened in peroid 2?

  • Number of crimes recorded by Police rose by 111%, number of crimes recorded by British Crime Surveys rose by 77%
  • I teamed up with a Mankey for Gym class, lost my boxies in the pool :#0 AND Gary saw!!!!!
  • Crime rate fell significantly
  • Dramatic rise in volume of recorded UK crime in all major categories

4. What happened in peroid 3?

  • Crime rate fell significantly, both crime recorded by the Police and British Crime Survey fell
  • I incorrectly placed Pallet on the Kanto map in Geography :#< I hope Gary doesnt laugh at me!
  • Number of crimes recorded by Police rose by 111%, number of crimes recorded by British Crime Surveys rose by 77%
  • Dramatic rise in volume of recorded UK crime in all major categories

5. Peroid one occured between which dates?

  • 1994 to 2009
  • Early 1970s to early 1980s
  • 1984 to 1993
  • Kanto to Johto :D

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