Victim Precipitation -
My violent crime is Rape. All I need is something for question:
A How can victim precipitation be affected by crime prevention techniques? Give examples.
The type of violent crime selected by the team was rape. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Reports, in 2006 (based on a rate per 100,000 inhabitants) there were 92,455 forcible rapes committed nationwide; this represents a forcible rape rate of 30.6 representation of a population 299,398,484 (UCR, 2008). In comparison, the forcible rape rates in 1996 (10 years prior) were 96,252 which was 36.3 in a population of 265,228,572. The highest rate of forcible rate since 1987 was in 1991 which was 42.3 in a population of 252,153,092. Over the past 15 years we have seen a steady decline in forcible rape rate by 11.4; even as the population grows there were still more forcible rapes in 1991 (106,593) as opposed to 92,455 in 2006. According to the 2006 "Crime Clock", there is one forcible rape every 5.7 minutes.
Regionally, the highest incidences forcible rape are in the Southern Region of the United ...
This solution discusses the victim precipitation in forcible rape and includes statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Reports. The solution is approximately 450 words and includes 5 citations.