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APA format Complete: a minimum of 1,500 words (total assignment) and four scholarly sources. Please list references and in-text citations1. Using criminological terms and concepts, focus on a jurisdi

APA format  Complete: a minimum of 1,500 words (total assignment) and four scholarly sources. Please list references and in-text citations

1. Using criminological terms and concepts, focus on a jurisdiction, neighborhood, or geographic locale with which you are familiar. Regarding a human behavior which you select to focus on in that geographical space, write two concise yet comprehensive paragraphs on how social disorganization theory can inform your understanding of behavior and place, and one weakness which would find your understanding somehow lacking, and why. Then write two equally compelling paragraphs on how routine activities theory would foster your understanding, and one weakness which might leave your understanding lacking, and why. Although the “routine activities theory” is not covered by the read and attend sections, it is easily found in the online library available to the students. Perhaps a note addressing this issue should be inserted at the end of this question.

2. Explain multicollinearity. Explain its relations to police resource expenditures, and actuarial approaches to law enforcement.

3. How does cognitive mapping, how we perceive and conceptualize, relate to data collection, analyses, policing strategies, and crime mapping?

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