Chapter 14 Property & Order Crime . Chapter Summary. Chapter 14 is an overview of property crimes and public order crimes. The Chapter begins with an overview of property crimes, including larceny/theft, burglary, MV theft, and arson.
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Thirty-Year Trends in U. S. Property Crime
Source: NCVS 2004 Victimization Survey (Catalano, 2005)
Note: Data collected before the NCVS redesign was implemented during 1992 (the lightly shaded area) have been made comparable to the post design NCVS. Data were re-estimated to account for the effects of the redesign. Arson not included
Table 14.1 Cities With the Highest Auto Theft Rates and the Models Most Often Stolen
Cities With Highest MV Theft Rates in 2004
MVs Most Stolen in 2004
SOURCE: National Insurance Crime Bureau, 2005.
Alcohol-related Fatality Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled
Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Commission, U.S. Department of Transportation.
Traffic Safety Facts.
Prostitution and Commercialized Vice
Ancient Athens viewed prostitution as functional, however, that attitude ignores the important role of the morality of society, and the issue of legalization becomes how much morality are we willing to sacrifice for the sake of expediency.