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Running head: SURVEY RESEARCH AND DATA COLLECTION
Survey research and data collection
T’Aira Baldwin
CJA/345
Philip Russo
10/05/2020

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SURVEY RESEARCH AND DATA COLLECTION 2
Research data tables, question, and hypothesis
Research data tables are helpful for presenting data. These tables shows a lot of
information in simple formats. In week 1, I developed question, research data tables and
hypothesis for arrest-related deaths (ARDs). The research data tables in week 1 provides details
of victims of arrest-related and circumstances under which he/she died (Banks & Planty, 2015).
The research data tables provides details such as name of the deceased, date and time of death,
events that caused death, the law enforcement agency involved etc. Between 2009 and 2011, the
ARD program captured at least 49 percent of all arrest-related deaths in America. The lower
bound of the program was 36 percent (Banks & Planty, 2015). The research question for week 1
was “how are arrest-related deaths (ARDs) identified and classified?” The research question tries
to evaluate how Bureaus of Justice Statistics (BJS) identify and classify ARDs. The hypothesis
developed is that the coverage of arrest-related deaths does not result in a census of all cases
(Bachman & Paternoster, 2016). There are however some promising improvements over time in
the approaches used by these bodies to identify and report arrest-related deaths to the BJS ARD
program captured at least 49 percent of all arrest-related deaths in America. The lower bound of
the program was 36 percent.
Survey research
Survey research is a quantitative research method which is used to collect data from a set
of respondents. It is a process of research used by researchers where they send surveys to
respondents. The collected data is then analyzed statistically and meaningful research
conclusions drawn (Hagen, 2018). There are different types of surveys used to collect
information for research in the criminal justice system. These includes telephone surveys, mail
surveys, computer-based surveys, in-person surveys and focus group surveys.

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Running head: SURVEY RESEARCH AND DATA COLLECTION Survey research and data collection T’Aira Baldwin CJA/345 Philip Russo 10/05/2020 SURVEY RESEARCH AND DATA COLLECTION 2 Research data tables, question, and hypothesis Research data tables are helpful for presenting data. These tables shows a lot of information in simple formats. In week 1, I developed question, research data tables and hypothesis for arrest-related deaths (ARDs). The research data tables in week 1 provides details of victims of arrest-related and circumstances under which he/she died (Banks & Planty, 2015). The research data tables provides details such as name of the deceased, date and time of death, events that caused death, the law enforcement agency involved etc. Between 2009 and 2011, the ARD program captured at least 49 percent of all arrest-related deaths in America. The lower bound of the program was 36 percent (Banks & Planty, 2015). The research question for week 1 was “how are arrest-related deaths (ARDs) identified and classified?” The research question tries to evaluate how Bureaus of Justice Statistics (BJS) identify and classify ARDs. The hypothesis developed is that the coverage of arrest-related deaths does not result in a census of all cases (Bachman & Paternoster, 2016). There are however some promising improvements over time in the approaches used by these bodies to identify and report arrest-related deaths to the BJS ARD program captured at least 49 percent of all arrest-relate ...
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