Selecting one offence type (e.g. property crime, sexual assault, intimate partner violence) and one population group (e.g. women, men, or a specific identity from within LGBTIQ populations), write a case study 2000 words (+/-10%) in length encompassing the following: · A description of your chosen offence and population group (e.g. definition, demographics) · A description and examination of statistical data relating to the chosen group’s offending and victimisation regarding the chosen offence · To what extent does gender play a role in the chosen group’s experience of the chosen offence, both as offenders and victims? Do other points of difference, e.g. race or class, also play a role? · As it pertains to your chosen offence, what issues does your chosen group experience in relation to criminal justice processes as a result of offending or victimisation? · Analyse any other issues concerning the chosen group and their experience of the chosen offence; e.g. does the chosen group offend or experience victimisation more or less than other groups? Are there unique aspects connecting the chosen group and offence? Your report should contain a clear introduction and conclusion, as well as subheadings throughout. A minimum of 12 valid references must be integrated throughout. These can include a combination of academic sources, government reports and media articles. References must be cited using the APA 7 style.