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Correlates of campus crime: An exploration of minority attitudes at an HBCU Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice (IF), Pub Date : 2018-04-03, DOI: 10.1080/15377938.2018.1462284 Patrick Webb, Kimberly Frame, Pam Marshall
ABSTRACT Despite a recent increase in the reporting of crime, student attitudes associated with crime on college campuses have been well documented. To the contrary, there is a deficiency of studies that examine the views of students who attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The purpose of this exploratory study is to identify student attitudes in relation to crime within the context of victimization, offender characteristics, and crime prevention measures. Analyzing nearly 200 questionnaires, chi-square analyses reveal that age, gender, and residential status bear statistically significant relationships in association with student attitudes towards various aspects of campus-related crime. In a similar vein, binary logistic regression models demonstrate the existence of significant associations in a number of specific categories such as victimization and crime prevention measures. Limitations, areas of further research, and policy implications are discussed.