(PDF) The crime reduction effects of public cctv cameras

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Assessment three Statistics forResearch
TABLE OF CONTENTSDATA..............................................................................................................................................1METHODS......................................................................................................................................1RESULTS........................................................................................................................................1REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
DATAIn researching the valid data base on which research have selected the two variables such as crime rate in Queensland as well asCCTVs. It has been determined that the installation of CCTVs have reduced the crime rate in such location. To analyse the data basethere have been analysis over such information with considering various tests that are to be examined(Cronk, 2017).HypothesisNull hypothesis: There is no mean significance difference between CCTV installation and crime rate reduction.Alternative hypothesis: There is a mean significance difference between CCTV installation and crime rate reduction.METHODSAs per analysing the relationship between such variables there have been implication of various methods which will represent theadequate analysis over the outcomes such as:Descriptive analysis:This is a summary of entire set in the form of various factors such as mean, mode, median, standarddeviation etc. it helps researcher in fetching relevant information regarding variables(Sivam & et.al., 2018).Regression: It comprised on analysing the relationship between two variables with the help of tools such as Anova, regression,correlation, coefficients, model summary, R statistics as well as Descriptive(Allen, Bennett & Heritage, 2018).Correlation: This is the analysis which determines the relationship between variables on the basis of dependent and independentvariables(McCormick & et.al., 2017).RESULTSDescriptiveDescriptive StatisticsNRangeMinimumMaximumSumMeanStd.DeviationVarianceSkewnessKurtosis1
StatisticStatisticStatisticStatisticStatisticStatisticStd.ErrorStatisticStatisticStatisticStd.ErrorStatisticStd.ErrorCCTVs15010175.50.041.502.252.000.198-2.027.394Crimes1506064242.83.1251.5362.359.273.198-.729.394Valid N(listwise)150Interpretation:By considering the above listed analysis on which there have been determination descriptive on CCTV andCrime rates in Queensland had been addressed. However, the mean value of data base has been analysed as 0.50 which is near to thevariable 1, in crimes the outcomes are 2.83which is near to variable 3. Therefore, there are reduction in the crime at the areas 3.RegressionDescriptive StatisticsMeanStd. DeviationNCrimes2.831.536150CCTVs.50.502150CorrelationsCrimesCCTVsPearson CorrelationCrimes1.000-.618CCTVs-.6181.0002
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