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Cover Image: City Crime Rankings 2014
  • Date: 12/10/2013
  • Format: Print Paperback
  • Price: $95.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-4522-8331-9
  • Pages: 416
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City Crime Rankings 2014
Scott Morgan
Kathleen O'Leary Morgan
Dr. Rachel Boba Santos, Florida Atlantic University
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City Crime Rankings 2014 provides easy-to-understand crime comparisons for cities and metropolitan areas throughout the United States. Numbers, rates, and trends for total crime, violent crime, murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft are presented in both alphabetical and rank order for all metro areas and cities of 75,000 or more. Numbers and rates of police in cities are also included. A revised introduction gives a summary of and notes about the data, as well as the methodology behind the overall rankings.

Bio(s)
Scott Morgan
Scott Morgan is an attorney who served as chief counsel to Sen. Robert Dole’s 1988 presidential campaign.

Kathleen O'Leary Morgan
Kathleen O’Leary Morgan holds a master’s degree in public administration and has served in a number of media and legislative liaison positions with the U.S. Department of Transportation, where she also served as deputy director of congressional affairs.

Dr. Rachel Boba Santos, Florida Atlantic University

Dr. Rachel Boba is an assistant professor at Florida Atlantic University in the Criminology and Criminal Justice program. At FAU, she teaches methods of research, criminal justice systems, crime prevention, problem solving, and analysis in policing as well as conducts research in the areas of problem solving, problem analysis, crime analysis, regional data sharing, and technology in policing. From 2000 to 2003, Dr. Boba was Director of the Police Foundation's Crime Mapping Laboratory where she directed federally funded grants in the areas of crime analysis and crime mapping, problem analysis, and school safety. Prior to her position at the Police Foundation, she worked as a crime analyst at the Tempe, Arizona, Police Department for five years where she conducted a wide variety of crime analysis and crime mapping work as well as applied research and evaluation. She holds a PhD and an MA in sociology from Arizona State University and a BA in English and sociology from California Lutheran University.

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