Administration Of Justice - Gangs And Victimization

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Administration of Justice – Gangs and victimization
April Smolkowicz
Georgia Gwinnett College
Administration of Justice – Gangs and victimization Throughout the United States, empirical articles have been researched and documented the gang problems that reside within a large number of our cities and urban communities, and so not long ago it has become possible to study the relationship between violent victimization and gang membership.
Gangs and Victimization Article One
The purpose of this paper is to explore the noted three hypotheses: with the relationship between violent victimization with current gang members, gang associates, former gang members, and non-gang members, with involvement in risky life styles, gang crime, and the presence of rival gangs. Specifically, the detained and booked juvenile arrestees in Phoenix, Tucson, and Mesa, Arizona, the only condition is the arrestees that gave their gang names were considered gang members during the study (Katz, C., Webb, V., Fox, K. and Shaffer, J., 2011).
This empirical article meets the requirements within the capstone mission set forth, this content under administration of justice, which focuses on the relationship between violent victimization with gang and non-gang members, though by relying mainly on the selection, facilitation, and enhancement models.
The research method used is cross-sectional quantitative data, that was gathered within Arizona’s three largest cities: first, the Phoenix area data collection was…
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