Criminal Analysis Questions
1. Discuss how Routine activities theory addresses opportunities for crime change based on changes in behavior on a societal level. Cite three examples.
2. The crime analysis process includes the steps of data collection, data collation, analysis, dissemination of results, and the receipt of feedback from users of the information. Identify and discuss what stage is the most important in the crime analysis process. Be sure to provide specific examples.
3. Crime mapping plays an important role in all types of analysis. Provide three examples of mapping playing a role in crime analysis and discuss how effective they were.
4 Compare and contrast tactical, strategic, and administrative crime analysis in the amount and types of data examined and their purpose.
5. Discuss three reasons calls for service data should not be used to study a crime problem.