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Question:

A police officer takes an official report of a crime that is later shown to not have occurred. Accorrding to UCR regulations, this crime is ont considered to

A) have not occured
B) have been cleared by exceptional means
C) be classified as filed as a false report
d) remain active

I answered A which is incorrect.

Would the correct answer by C?


Question:

Measuring crime data by tracking a specific person through the entire criminal justice sytem is known as

A) UCR statisical analysis
B) NCVS statisical analysi
C) dimensional analysis
D) cohort analysis

I answered A which is incorrect.

I am not at all sure what would be the correct answer to this question.

  • Criminal Justice -

    I think the first one is C, yes.

    For the second one, read through these definitions and see what you think.

    http://www.answers.com/NCVS+statisical+analysis
    Not really a definition, but several articles/entries to read.

    http://www.answers.com/topic/dimensional-analysis

    http://www.answers.com/topic/cohort-study

  • Criminal Justice -

    Hmmm!

    In that first question -- "A police officer takes an official report of a crime that is later shown to not have occurred. Accorrding to UCR regulations, this crime is not considered to ..." -- the second "not" (the one in bold) makes this question tricky.

    Which one do you think makes best sense?

    A police officer takes an official report of a crime that is later shown to not have occurred. Accorrding to UCR regulations, this crime is not considered to have been cleared by exceptional means.

    A police officer takes an official report of a crime that is later shown to not have occurred. Accorrding to UCR regulations, this crime is not considered to be classified as filed as a false report.

    A police officer takes an official report of a crime that is later shown to not have occurred. Accorrding to UCR regulations, this crime is not considered to remain active.

  • Criminal Justice -

    A police officer takes an official report of a crime that is later shown to not have occurred. Accorrding to UCR regulations, this crime is ont considered to

    B) have been cleared by exceptional means

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