Field Surveys: Criminal victimization in the United States, by Philip H. Ennis
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967 - Justice
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HOW MUCH CRIME?
Minor Crime Rates in a Large Metropolis and in Metropolitan Part of Sample
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Aggravated assault attitudes Auto offense BEGIN DECK catching criminals cent Chicago Police Department COLUMN concerned Consumer fraud Counterfeiting or forgery crime rates criminal victimization distribution of crime estimates evaluated crimes excluded extent favor Female Male Female Forcible rape GO TO Q Grand larceny Homicide honest household member inci INCIDENT FORM included indecent exposure Index individual injury involved Larceny $50 last 12 months last twelve months lawyer Malicious mischief minor crimes non-serious crimes NORC Sample NORC UCR North Central notify the police offender Opposed Perceived Risk Petty larceny POLICE NOTIFICATION Police Policy problems property crimes property loss questionnaire questions RACE AND INCOME READ CATEGORIES reasons respondent's Risk of Crime sampling errors SCREENING INTERVIEW serious crimes shows Simple assault SKIP TO Q someone SPECIFY survey think the police Total unfounding Uniform Crime Reports unsafe Vehicle theft Victimization Study White Non-White Response whites and Negroes