City Demographics and Crime Profile

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Write a 250 -word for each bullet point in which you analyze the criminal profile of your selected city. Include the following information in your analysis:
Identification of criminal hot spots
Relevant data to support answers
How your findings relate to the role of socioeconomic status and values in criminological theory
Identification and rationale for the choice of one sociologic theory that best explains the crime in your chosen city

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City Demographics and Crime ProfileNameClassDateProfessorCity Demographics and Crime ProfileDiscussion of whether or not zones of transition apply to this city The zone of transition is a term coined y sociologist Ernest Burgess to describe the area between a business district and working class districts that contain urban slums filled with citizens that have been displaced by the central business district. Areas that are deserted by businesses in order to improve or expand are vacated and become neglected and soon become crime ridden slums. In Las Vegas zones of transition are present and surround popular tourist areas. The slums are located on the west side on town where businesses used to boom in Las Vegas before they all moved to the strip. The strip is the central business district and the most popular area in Las Vegas. The strip contains hundreds of casinos and businesses designed to entertain and provide tourist with a place to gamble, enjoy or show, or engage in just about any form of entertainment. The area right outside the strip contains middle to lower class neighborhoods that are surrounded by lower class communities that includ
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