Car Theft Statistics

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Car Theft Statistics

Car Theft Statistics

Prepared for David K.

PROPOSAL (24 hours)

  1. Determine why each of the MSAs have high vehicle theft rates.

    1. Include the following MSAs (as previously identified):
      1. Bakersfield, CA
      2. Yuba City, CA
      3. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO
      4. Odessa, TX
      5. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA
      6. Albuquerque, NM
      7. Pueblo, CO
      8. Billings, MT
      9. St. Joseph, MO-KS
      10. Tulsa, OK
    2. For each, determine why vehicle theft rates are high, e.g. are the crime rates high?
    3. Scope: 12 hours
    4. Data Availability:
      1. Data that specifically pin-points the exact reasoning for high vehicle theft rates may be limited in the public domain. Research will include as much relevant information as available.

      2. Data may not be available for some of these MSAs. If so, research may provide relevant information for individual cities, e.g. Denver, instead of Denver-Aurora-Lakewood.

  2. Provide 1-2 news stories from consumers about vehicle thefts in each of the above-mentioned MSAs.

    1. Include the following MSAs (as previously identified):
      1. Bakersfield, CA
      2. Yuba City, CA
      3. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO
      4. Odessa, TX
      5. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA
      6. Albuquerque, NM
      7. Pueblo, CO
      8. Billings, MT
      9. St. Joseph, MO-KS
      10. Tulsa, OK
    2. Stories may be about how their vehicle(s) got stolen.
    3. For each, provide the city, state, a brief outline of what happened, and any other relevant information, as available.
    4. Geography: US
    5. Scope: 9 hours
  3. Determine the political makeup and leadership of each MSA with high rates of vehicle theft.

    1. Include the following MSAs (as previously identified):
      1. Bakersfield, CA
      2. Yuba City, CA
      3. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO
      4. Odessa, TX
      5. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA
      6. Albuquerque, NM
      7. Pueblo, CO
      8. Billings, MT
      9. St. Joseph, MO-KS
      10. Tulsa, OK
    2. For each, include names of the leadership, including but not limited to the mayor, city manager / administrator, etc., as available.
    3. Scope: 3 hours
    4. Data Availability: Data may not be available for some of these MSAs. If so, research may provide relevant information for individual cities, e.g. Denver, instead of Denver-Aurora-Lakewood.

Please note that we've outlined our proposal considering that a general researcher was requested for this project and that the final report is discoverable on the public domain once complete.

Total: 24 hours / $1,416 (based on your selected rate of $59/hour)

PRICING DETAILS:

The price of research is straightforward: hours x hourly rate. We scale projects by 3-hour blocks (ex. 3 hours, 6 hours, 9 hours, etc.). We offer flexible hourly rates, dependent on the preference for type of researcher and report discoverability:

  • Specialist Research: $125/hour report discoverable on the public domain once complete, $155/hour report kept private once complete
  • Generalist Research: $59/hour report discoverable on the public domain once complete, $89/hour report kept private once complete

We offer expedited delivery within 12 hours of submission for an additional $10 per hour of research. If interested, please let us know. Note: We will automatically refund the express delivery charge in the event that your project is completed after the agreed upon deadline.

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