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Running head: DATA ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT 1
Data Analysis and Management
Vanessa McAndrew
MBA- FP 6018 U09A1 Data Analysis and Management
Capella University
Professor Dr Jeffery Edwards
March 3, 2018

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DATA ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT 2
Management Report
Owing to the recent campus safety concerns at Capella University, there was analysis that
was done on campus crime rates in schools within the state of Minnesota. The report will be
anchored on the crime data from 181 Minnesota campuses and recommendations then captured
in the other parts. During the study, a total of 181 both public and private Minnesota colleges
were used to help in advising on the different crimes that happened in the campuses between the
year 2009 and 2011. There are different groups of crimes that were considered and they included
the less severe and serious ones. Some of the crimes that were incorporated included the non-
forcible sex offense, arson, murder, forcible sex, burglary, negligent manslaughter and theft of
motor vehicles.
Question 1
From the data presented, the most common crime that was committed in Minnesota
campuses between 2009 and 2011 included burglary, theft of motor vehicle and forcible sex. In
2009, there were 368 cases of burglaries noted, 79 forcible sex offenses and 56 motor vehicle
thefts. On the other hand, the data for burglaries, forcible sex offenses and theft of motor
vehicles were 291, 66 and 50 respectively (U.S. Department of Education, n.d.). In 2011, the
numbers noted for the burglaries was 253, forced sex offense was 73 and theft of motor vehicles
was 27. From the trend of the data presented, it is evident that rate of crime has been on decline
for the last three years. The results captured show that in the year 2009, the mean crimes
committed were 62 each year (M= 61.56 and SD= 118.25). The numbers reduced in the year
2010 and the average noted was 50 crimes in the year. The results are (49.78, SD= 97.96). In the
year 2011, the number of crimes committed on average was 45. The mean is 44.67 and SD is

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Running head: DATA ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT Data Analysis and Management Vanessa McAndrew MBA- FP 6018 U09A1 Data Analysis and Management Capella University Professor Dr Jeffery Edwards March 3, 2018 1 DATA ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT 2 Management Report Owing to the recent campus safety concerns at Capella University, there was analysis that was done on campus crime rates in schools within the state of Minnesota. The report will be anchored on the crime data from 181 Minnesota campuses and recommendations then captured in the other parts. During the study, a total of 181 both public and private Minnesota colleges were used to help in advising on the different crimes that happened in the campuses between the year 2009 and 2011. There are different groups of crimes that were considered and they included the less severe and serious ones. Some of the crimes that were incorporated included the nonforcible sex offense, arson, murder, forcible sex, burglary, negligent manslaughter and theft of motor vehicles. Question 1 From the data presented, the most common crime that was committed in Minnesota campuses between 2009 and 2011 included burglary, theft of motor vehicle and forcible sex. In 2009, there were 368 cases of burglaries noted, 79 forcible sex offenses and 56 motor vehicle thefts. On the other hand, the data for burglaries, forcible sex offenses and theft of motor vehicles were 291, 66 and 50 respectively (U.S. Department of Education, n.d.). In 2011, the numbers noted fo ...
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