What is the difference between female crime and female offenders with different topologies and examples.
Female crime, refers to the crimes committed by women. It corresponds with the male crime, and is a crime classification which is made from a gender perspective. female offenders refer to primitive and pathological individuals who had failed to develop into moral, feminine women. Female offenders are provided appropriate programs and services to meet their physical, social, and psychological needs. Of the nearly 152,000 federal offenders, women consistently account for approximately seven percent of the federal inmate population.