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Fredrick Ombati Ogeto

Fredrick Ombati Ogeto

Bachelor of Arts Criminology, Criminal Justice and Public Safety

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Introduction
Fredrick Ombati currently works at the Department of Social Sciences, Karatina University. Their current project is 'importance of crime mapping'.

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Publications (6)
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Crime mapping is a very important tool in managing and controlling crime in an area. By analysing the spatial and temporal data provided by maps investigator are able to understand the crime patterns and trend it also help in resource allocation and in geographic profiling of criminals and suspicious locations. On the other hand the paper bring out...
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From Azikiwe's understanding of the pristine African ideology, he developed an ideology he termed as proto-welfarism. This ideology developed as he tried to disagree with those who were contemplating whether or not Nigeria had an ideology rooted in its past. He argued that no human society can thrive without an ideology of its own rooted in its pas...
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This study utilizes insights from resilience presuppositions, combined with perspectives from the theory of everyday tactics, to highlight strategies of creative adaptation, methodologies of survival, and ways of making do used by children and youth in urban residential slums and informal settlements of a Kenyan city to cope and deal more effective...
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Integrating women fully into educational leadership positions remains one of the major challenges facing many countries. Growing literature documents that female educational administrators tend to conduct more unscheduled meetings by others, be more consistent presence in the school, and keep more abreast of instructional programs than men.
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--State University of New York at Buffalo, 2003. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 114-126). Photocopy of typescript.

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