Gdp Growth and Why

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MICHELLE SUMMERS
AMERICAN INTERCONTINENTAL UNIVERSITY
CRIMINAL CAUSATION/INDIVIDUAL #4
MARCH 4, 2012

ABSTRACT
In this presentation you will find out how much the crime rate has changed and how other countries compare. We are the highest in the rate of incarcerations and murders.

The presentation should start out with some statistics from years ago. Show that with the increase in population and show how much the crime rate has went up since then. In doing some research I found a site that had statistics from 1960-2010 and you can see the increase from year to year and some decreased in certain years too. I understand the more people that live here, the more things are going to happen. It doesn’t help that the past few years have been tarnished by the recession and people are hurting.
In 1960 In 2010 * Population
179,323,175 308,745,538 * Violent Crimes
288,460 1,246,248 * Murders
9,110 14,748 * Rapes
17,190 84,767 * Total of all crimes violent and non-violent
3,384,200 10,329,135 I would start out my PowerPoint presentation with telling what crimes are done. Where they are happening, how many, and how the United States compares to the rest of the world. It would be nice to see if there is any countries that compare to us at all and how they handle it. I would include the economic standings here and compare them to the other countries. This way we could see how that compares and see if this could be one of the circumstances that cause the crimes. Maybe they are doing something different that we are not doing. These may help us find a way to deter people from doing crime and we could learn from this. I know in England they do not incarcerate like we do and use more crime prevention and rehabilitation to keep people out of jail. In doing these comparisons, we may learn something from…...

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