CJE 4444 FAU Police Patrols Implementation for Prevention of Crimes Discussion

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CJE 4444

Florida Atlantic University

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  1. Define Secondary Prediction,
  2. Briefly compare and contrast clinical and actuarial prediction models,
  3. Briefly summarize some categories for risk factors (focus more on general categories rather than specific factors),
  4. Describe VIVA and CRAVE (as they relate to hot spots and hot products), and
  5. Identify a few products or objects that might be prime targets for crime, and indicate how these products or objects fit the ideas of VIVA and CRAVED.

    APA FORMAT 3-page (excluding title page and reference page)
    (with in-text citations and at least 4 references ~ you may use the textbook).


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Brief outline;
Defined secondary prediction
Briefly compares and contrasted clinical and actuarial prediction models
Briefly summarized some categories for risk factors (focus more on general categories
rather than specific factors),
✓ Described VIVA and CRAVE and
✓ Identified a few products or objects that might be prime targets for crime, and indicate
how these products or objects fit the ideas of VIVA and CRAVED.


Running head: PREVENTION OF CRIMES

Prevention of Crimes
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation

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PREVENTION OF CRIMES

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Prevention of Crimes

Crime prediction refers to identifying locations and dates where crimes might happen and
sending patrols to prevent crimes from happening (Crawford & Evans, 2017). Crime prediction
is essential in crime prevention because it facilitates effective police patrols implementation
(Caplan & Kennedy, 2016). Secondary prediction involves the use of modern techniques to
identify crimes. The current techniques involve predicting the criminality of a single offender or
the type of the subsequent offense. According to Caplan & Kennedy (2016), the techniques are
categorized into three statistical methods, using geographical systems of information and using
machine learning techniques. Statistical methods relate to the crime journey, age, and behavior of
offending. Caplan & Kennedy (2016) explain that using a system to identify geographical
information helps i...


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