"Victim and Suspect Typologies Scenario" Please respond to the following:

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"Victim and Suspect Typologies Scenario" Please respond to the following:

  • Based on the first suspect’s interview regarding the battery incident and understanding the trends in crime from your lesson, determine how the suspect fits the trends that have been observed. Identify any ways that the suspect does not fit those trends. Identify and describe some of the overwhelming factors that may have led to his offending.
  • Considering the nature of victimization and the victim’s interview, give your opinion on whether or not she seems to be the “typical victim”. Explain why or why not. Identify and explain the theories that may begin to describe her victimization in this instance. Identify the costs in this victimization.
  • Based on the information given by the suspect involved in the robbery from Week 1, determine if the suspect fits the given typologies for offenders from Chapter 3. Identify the similarities and differences. Consider the institutions that have been viewed as associated with criminality, and note the distinctions of social institutions given by the suspect. Describe how this affects the emergence of offending behavior in this suspect.

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