I'll totally second ba0b's point. Although you do have to consider the level of hand-holding you personally need early-on in grad school (some people need more than others, and that's okay), your best bet is to go to the highest ranking department you got into and then just look for a mentor that can give you the right amount of oversight, and even collaborate with you if possible.
But beyond the graduate school you choose, don't ever think that you can just coast on that name, not publish, and get a decent job. Going to a top-10 program gives you an opportunity to scrap for jobs with other graduates from top-10 programs with whom you're being compared. So pick your program, find your mentor, and get to work ASAP. Assuming you're not comfortable publishing garbage, it's never to early to get work out there.
Oh, and whatever department you pick, in your research you should try to focus on criminology and/or health. :)