Alaska Public Safety Statewide Survey: Component Two of Alaska Public Safety Project

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Show simple item record University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center 2014-07-17T00:00:53Z 2014-07-17T00:00:53Z 1995-10
dc.identifier.other JC 9506.02
dc.description.abstract Results of a statewide public opinion survey indicate that, contrary to the commonly portrayed perspective, anxiety about crime in Alaska is not particularly high. Moreover, many residents feel that crime levels in their communities have stayed the same or are actually decreasing. Over 600 Alaska residents in five regions throughout the state (Anchorage, Fairbanks, Southeast, Valdez/Kenai/Mat-Su, and rural Alaska) were surveyed by telephone for this study. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Alaska Department of Public Safety en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents Acknowledgements / Introduction / Demographic Profiles of Survey Respondents / Quality of Life / Community Problems / Perceived Magnitude of Common Public Safety Problems / Priorities for Police Response to Problems / Alaskan's Willingness to Become Involved in Police Efforts / Crime Trends, Sense of Safety, and Worry About Violent Crime / Drugs and Alcohol: Relationship to Crime, Magnitude of Problems, and Risks / Drugs and Alcohol: Personal Knowledge of Users of Alcohol and Drugs and Sellers of Drugs / Combatting Illegal Drug Use and Abuse / Criminal Victimization, Reporting, and Satisfaction with Police / Various Opinion Statements / Conclusion / Appendix A. Methodology / Appendix B. Distribution of Interviews / Appendix C. Questionnaire en_US
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dc.publisher University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center en_US
dc.title Alaska Public Safety Statewide Survey: Component Two of Alaska Public Safety Project en_US
dc.type Report en_US

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