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...CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON "MURDER", CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY AND CRIMES AGAINST THE Catrina Jensen POL 303 The AmericanConstitution Presented to Amy Donnoe February 15, 2010 Introduction "All crimes should not be equally punished as they have different weight making it necessary for the punishment given to match this weight" Crime is known to be an act or omission which is not allowed by criminal law and is usually punished by imprisonment or fine. There are two basic classes of law; there is criminal law and civil law. Criminal law is where the government prosecutes a person for an act or omission that is classified as a crime. On the other hand, civil cases involve... organizations...
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CRIMES
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...CRIMES: Elements, Prevention Mechanisms and VICAP due: Crime is an activity or a case of neglect considered harmful to the welfare of the public in general, morals or to the welfare of the government of the day, and that is lawfully illegal. Criminal actions can be regulated by chastisement and by interactive/social expenditure both on redistributive and enforcement transfers leading to growth in the opportunity cost of incarceration. There may be differences in the combinations of these policies that individuals prefer. A partisan mechanism defines the policy adopted by any given society. The nature of the political working and the first distribution and...
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Hate Crimes
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...Crimes Hate Crimes The chapter dealt with the topic of hate crimes. The article gave examples of the different hate crimes which are also prevalent in high school and college campuses. According to the article, offender motivations fall under four classifications which are thrill-seeking crimes, reactive crimes, mission crimes and retaliatory crimes. It was pointed out that one cannot really generalize the profile of an offender of hate crimes because these perpetrators are often of diverse backgrounds, race or ethnicity and have different motivations. Hate crimes are often committed because of the prejudices or biases of the offenders. These prejudices are not inborn but rather... they...
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Hate crimes
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...Crimes Hate Crimes Introduction Hate crime is defined as a criminal offence that is committed against individuals who are perceived to belong to a certain type of group or community. These crimes might be based on bias against gender, religion, beliefs, race, political inclination or sexual orientation. Stotzer (2007) stated that the main reason of the hostile intentions for the victim is due to his perceived inclusion in a specific group. Hate crimes cause major setbacks in the lifestyles of individuals belonging to minorities, culturally and racially different individuals. Hate crimes include a diverse range of activities, however they are all intended to cause harm and embarrassment... to...
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Hate Crimes
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...Crimes Hate Crimes Sullaway (2004) describes “Hate crimes as crimes in which the victim is selected because of his or her actual or perceived race, colour, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or national origin” (Sullaway, 2004, p.250). Unlike other crimes, hate crimes are not performed for stealing something; it is performed to cause psychological and physical problems to the hatred community. The thirst or desire for domination is an inherited trait in the blood of all the human beings. It may come out in different forms at different times. For example, some white people dislike black people. Same way Muslims are disliked by some of the American Christians especially after the 9/11... ? Hate...
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War Crimes
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...crimes and violence has been well documented by theorists such as Hardt and Negri. According to Hardt and Negri (2004), the present world order is characterised by a global state of war which produces civil war across the countries. The legal validity of concepts of genocide and crimes against humanity could only be examined from this background. Genocides and crimes against humanity have occurred in the past too but its form and content have profoundly changed... in the new century so the agency of international community in its preventive and punitive measures. Genocide and crimes against humanity The Preamble of the Rome Statute limits the jurisdiction of the Court to...
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Hate Crimes
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...Crimes Hate crimes are crimes of prejudice and hatred. Also called race hate or bias motivated crimes, they occur when perpetrators target victims based on their perceived relationship with specified social groups (Finn & Taylor, 1987). The groups may be religious, ethnic, racial, social or sexual. Hate crimes are driven by ignorance, anger and not knowing others’ beliefs and ideas. The federal law recognizes hate crime as an added element of predisposition to traditional crimes. Incidents of hate crime are commonly exhibited in verbal abuse, lynching, harassment, vandalism and offensive mails or graffiti. The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) first investigated hate crimes in the era... ? Hate...
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Internet crimes
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...Crimes Muhammad Assubaiai ESL Teaneck May 3rd, Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION 3 II. Governments 4 A. Cyber Crime Units 4 B. Internet Crime Reports 5 III. Companies and Business 6 A. Dealing with Internet Crime 6 B. Effects of Internet Crime to Companies and Business 6 IV. Individual People 7 A. Dealing with Internet Crimes 7 B. Personal Computers as Target of Internet Crimes 8 V. Conclusion 9 References 10 Internet Crimes I. INTRODUCTION Nowadays you will not be shocked if one of your friends told you that he was cybercrime victim by stealing his credit card number or his identity information. It is becoming common to see it on the news or listening to people complaining that they found... ? Internet...
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Cyber Crimes
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...crimes A crime defines an act of omission or commission that infringes another party’s rights and is punishable under legal systems. Such actions, when committed through computers systems and networks, constitute cyber crimes. In this paper, I seek to discuss types of cyber crimes and possible measures to warding them from happening in a business set up. Types of cyber crimes in a business set up One of the types of cyber crimes, and one that is widely experienced among service delivery industries, is hacking. Hacking refers to illegal and unauthorized entry into a private system and it in most cases aims at illegal retrieval of information. Computer programs that breach the target system... Cyber crimes ...
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Transnational Crimes
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...Crimes Introduction Crime has taken a global dimension just as many facets of our lives have developed into the global village. Since the political, economic and technological changes have started facilitating the transportation, communication and commerce at an international level; at the same time, criminals have also taken advantage of these advancements and have facilitated their ability to transcend their criminal activities across border. United States being one of the greatest economic powers of the world has fallen prey to transnational organized crimes and the effects are being inflicted upon all the countries being involved in the crime directly or indirectly. There are many... ?Transnational...
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War crimes
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...crime victims in various countries in the world. These justice systems have had a number of successes in their practices, however, they also have some weaknesses that can be improved on through amends and this will form the basis of discussion in this paper. One strength of the ICC and other tribunals in bringing war crime suspects to justice has been the fact that it provides a mechanism for international prosecutions where crimes committed... International Tribunals and the ICC To ensure that justice prevails in various situations, there was the formation of various tribunals such as the military tribunal and other kinds of tribunals. The ICC was also formed to ensure that there is justice for war...
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Hate crimes
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...Crimes Hate Crimes Introduction Hate crime is defined as a criminal offence that is committed against individuals who are perceived to belong to a certain type of group or community. These crimes might be based on bias against gender, religion, beliefs, race, political inclination or sexual orientation. Stotzer (2007) stated that the main reason of the hostile intentions for the victim is due to his perceived inclusion in a specific group. Hate crimes cause major setbacks in the lifestyles of individuals belonging to minorities, culturally and racially different individuals. Hate crimes include a diverse range of activities, however they are all intended to cause harm and embarrassment... ? Hate Crimes...
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Hate Crimes
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...Crimes Hate crimes can be defined as criminal acts that are committed against another person on the basis of their race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity or national origin. Another term for hate crimes is bias-motivated crimes (Torres, 1999) or crimes of bigotry (Card, 2001). Hate crimes are often motivated by prejudice held by the offender (Macmahon et al, 2004). Other factors that have been added to the hate crimes definition include crimes based on prejudice due to disability (Macmahon et al, 2004) and gender (McPhail and DiNitto, 2005). While...
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Cyber Crimes
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...Crimes Introduction In business laws, cyber crimes refer to a set of criminal activities committed on individuals or groups aimed at causing intentional harm to their reputation either physically or emotionally using chat rooms, short messages from phones and the internet in general. According to studies, cyber crimes have the potential of harming a nation’s security system and its financial well-being if these criminal levels escalate. In many cases, these cyber crimes include copyright infringement, underage pornography, government cracking, and child grooming. Other than these crimes, there is also a breach of privacy in which a person’s confidential information becomes compromised... ,...
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Computer Crimes
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...Crimes A Daniel-of-Service is a virus that can be launched by the attackers to stop users viewing websites or receiving emails. When a user types a URL, the individual is asking for the website to the site's server. Every server can respond to a limited number of requests. Daniel-of-Service attackers flood in a manner that they fill the server limit and don't allow any other user to get the respond. Similarly with emails, weather they are internal official mailbox or a free mail service like hotmail or yahoo; each of the mailbox can receive a limited number of mails. These attackers send the maximum limit Spam mails that won't allow the individual to receive any mail worthwhile... . For these...
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Computer Crimes
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...Crimes Computer crimes are increasing with time as more and more technological advancementsare taking place in the field of information technology. Computer crimes target innocent victims and this happens in an involuntary manner. Innocent victims such as companies, consumers and government agencies are also targeted and they have to bear heavy losses because of the computer crimes taking place. All these innocent victims are regular users of the computer and internet. Companies have all their confidential data stored up in their computers. Companies have their databases stored up on the computers and on online database systems. Consumers have their own personal data and they have... Number Computer...
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Child Crimes
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...crimes has been a major issue in the jurisprudential records of many countries, including the United Kingdoms. While the actual commissions of the crimes may have several interpretations and justifications, it is the aspect of justice and the process of law, which is more trying. While in many instances, children may not have been fully conscious of the implications of their actions while committing crimes, they are often tried in adult courts, and subject to rigors and intricate court proceedings reserved for adult offenders. It is necessary that reforms need to be made in this area that takes a holistic approach to the matter of child crimes... and ensures that the punishment commensurate...
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Hate crimes
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...Crimes Hate Crimes The chapter on “Organized Hate” enhanced one’s understanding on the complexity and intricacies of the formation of hate groups in general. The difficulty with which the author tried to relay to the readers in terms of providing the most accurate definition of hate groups necessitated citing the ideologies and experiences of diverse groups such as the white supremacist groups, antigovernment movements, extremist or terrorist groups, and even street groups or legitimate political bodies that could all fall under the hate group definition. The implications of their formation are mostly notorious in that, as the term hate implies, these groups expresses extreme aversion... ...
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Hate crimes
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...Crime Summary Hate crime is a conventional offense with an element of either racial, religious, national origin or disability bias by the perpetrator against a person or a property (FBI “Combating Hate Crimes”). The Federal law is more limited than other state statutes because it justifies a hate crime for FBI investigation by use of force or threat of force. For instance, a person who is prohibited from engaging in a particular activity based on either their national origin, religion or disability is considered a hate crime victim. FBI investigations such as housing discrimination primarily due to force or threats of force by noose instances lead to a violation of the Fair Housing... Number due Hate...
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Cyber Crimes
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...crime and the threat thereof has changed the very face of business. For this reason, firms throughout the business spectrum need to be aware of the threats and externalities that cybercrime has for their continued existence. As a function of such need, the proceeding analysis will discuss three particular types of cybercrime as well as giving an explanation of the different definitions of each, and the ways in which the firm in question can seek to ameliorate the risk of this taking place within... ? Cybercrime Three Types of Cybercrime and a Discussion of the Means Whereby a Firm Can Seek to Reduce Risk One of the fundamental ways in which our current world has changed is the way in which cyber crime...
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Juvenile crimes
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...crime is a problem that faces countries all over the world. It seems as if offenders are getting younger and younger by the year. There are undoubtedly a multitude of causes of juvenile offending – breakdown of the family, poverty, lack of morals, community breakdowns, etc. However, two articles will be examined that delineate two different causes of juvenile offending. One article concentrates on co-offending, which basically states that juveniles often do not commit crimes alone, and what this means as far as what causes juvenile crimes. Specifically, the position of this paper is that violence is learned. Another article concentrates on mood disorders, and how different mood disorders... Juvenile...
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Transnational Crimes
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...Crimes Introduction Crime has taken a global dimension just as many facets of our lives have developed into the global village. Since the political, economic and technological changes have started facilitating the transportation, communication and commerce at an international level; at the same time, criminals have also taken advantage of these advancements and have facilitated their ability to transcend their criminal activities across border. United States being one of the greatest economic powers of the world has fallen prey to transnational organized crimes and the effects are being inflicted upon all the countries being involved in the crime directly or indirectly. There are many... Transnational...
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Hate crimes
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...Crimes Hate Crimes The term hate crimes is used to refer to deviant and violent acts that have been committed by an offender and the offender was motivated to commit that crime was because of the offender’s biased opinion against the victims spiritual, ethnical or gender orientation. This writing will focus on the offender’s profile, the causes and effects of this form of crime and the ways through which this kind of crime can be minimized. Hate crimes can be committed by any individual and it is quite difficult to create a single profile of offenders who have committed this sort of crime. FBI conducted a study through which it has revealed various characteristics of hate crime offenders... Hate Crimes...
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Environmental Crimes
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...crime and public outrage an important factor is perception. This thoughtful article examine the role perception plays in environmental crimes. 3... ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Aiken, Katherine G.. "Not Long Ago a Smoking Chimney was a Sign of Prosperity:" Corporate and Community Response to Pollution at the Bunker Hill Smelter in Kellogg, Idaho. Environmental History Review. 1994. This article addresses concerns about superfunds and the potential liability attaching to them. It is well written and insightful. 2. Arrandale, Tom. "Lots of Trouble: Old industrial sites aren’t usually as contaminated as people think; but it’s what people think that matters," Governing, Vol. 10, pp. 20-24. 1997. When it comes to c...
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Victimless crimes
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...crimes are the most controversial in the United States more so because they involve consenting adults hence no complainant. Intense debate goes on as to whether the government should criminalize or legalize victimless crimes and the opponents and proponents have strong points that cannot be ignored. The question that begs answers therefore is, ‘should the government interfere in such matters? It all depends on individual perceptions of victimless crimes as being immoral and disturbance to public order or those who view such activities as exercising personal autonomy and enjoying human rights as entailed in the American constitution Bill... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction Victimless crimes...
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Computer crimes
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...Crimes Computer crime is unlawful activities that mainly employ information technology in gaining illegal or unauthorized access to computer systems. The illegal access is geared towards damage creation, deletion or alteration of computer data. Computer crime has been on rise recently because persons involve in such crime take low risks. Additionally, the rise of computer crime is attributed to inexistence of laws related to computer crime (Fisch & White, 1999). Computer crime is not always associated with physical damage of property. The constituents are rather the change of the most important information. They also include access and use of software without... Cybercrime al affiliation: Computer Crimes ...
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IMIGRATION CRIMES
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...Crime in USA Introduction There have been numerous studies carried out consistently and severally over the past a hundred years by government commissions as well as independent researchers. These studies have found differing conclusions on the issue of crime and immigration. It has been argued that the likelihood of a crime to be committed by an immigrant differs depending on the origin of the immigrant and the country or region in which the immigrant settles. To clear this dilemma, this research investigates on the relationship between immigration and crime in the USA. Statement of the Problem Different studies carried out around the world have led to opposing... ? Relationship between Immigration and...
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Classying crimes
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...Crimes Common Law Assault and Battery The common law crimes of assault and battery are offences of a violent nature caused by an individual against another. Although each state has tailored the actus reus and mens rea of both crimes as per state law, the basic common law elements are still applicable to both crimes. Assault and battery are very often interlinked and occur as a series of events, with the former (assault) frequently but not always constituting a threat of the latter (battery). Thus a single incident, i.e. when a person threatens another with violence causing immediate apprehension of physical harm, and then carries out the threat against him/her gives rise to both causes... ? ifying Crimes ...
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Internet crimes
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...crimes and how it impinges upon business and individuals. Given the kind of internet environment that corporate and individuals operate currently, it is seen that current levels of internet mandating needs to be strongly reinforced and different layers of security need to be laid for a practically sound system to be in place that could deal effectively with all kinds of entry into secure sites. One major internet invasion is hacking which is a kind of cyber trespass, or by the use of illegal crossover to the forbidden boundaries of cyber space, such that the predetermined rights of established owners of such cyberspace are transgressed... This paper seeks to delve into various aspects of internet crimes ...
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SEX CRIMES
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...Crimes Sex Crimes College Sex crimes aggravate anger and fear in the neighbourhood which paved the way for the enactment laws to prevent sexual violence like registration of sex offenders, notification to community (Megan’s law), and restrictions on residence, electronic monitoring and civil commitment. This research essay will analyse the various types of sex offenses, the strategies to reduce the sex offenses, the statistical data on sex offenses, classification of sex offenses and Megan’s law in USA and the ways and means to reduce the sex offense crimes. Introduction Sex crimes include incest, rape, bigamy, child pornography, child molestation, indecent exposure, sodomy and prostitution... ?Sex...
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Victimless Crimes
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...Crimes It is a truism that in a debate whoever can control the terms a debatehas generally already won half of their battle. This is particularly well illustrated in the approach to the term "Victimless Crime" taken by the two sides of the debate. To those who advocate removing all restrictions, whom we may call Libertarian, A "Victimless Crime", also known as Consensual Crime, is any activity which does not physically harm a person or property, or to which was in fact consented, and is currently illegal if based on statutory laws. To the Libertarian side victimless crimes are a real, tangible, illogical, and completely unjustified thing. On the other... First John Doe 101 9 November 2009 Victimless...
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Violent Crimes
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...CRIMES ID Lecturer Crime-switching and specialization patterns are common in sexual offenders. Public perception and scientific studies have documented how this population has attracted the attention and of various scholars and experts in law enforcement. What are some of the ramifications that can impact the psychic of the community and public perception on the acts in which these criminals conduct their predatory actions? The perceptions of the public can be largely shaped up by how sexual offenders make use of crime-switching and specialization tactics. This is because they believe they should not be caught and brought to justice. The role of the people at large... perception to...
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War Crimes and crimes against humanity
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...crimes are torture, rape, slavery, political, racial abuse, religious persecutions, extermination, killings and indignities heaped on the vanquished by the victor during the war. Turkish officials killing Armenians during the war, Germans committing atrocities on Jews, Polish... 194515 "It has never happened in history that a nation that has won a war has been held accountable for atrocities committed in preparing for and waging that war. We intend to make this one different. What took place was the use of technological material to destroy a defenseless country. From 125,000 to 300,000 people were killed... We recognize our role in history is to bring the transgressors to justice." Ramsey Clark War crime...
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Comparing war crimes and crimes against humanity
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...crimes: Mahmudiyah killings versus Srebrenica massacre. The governing body that regulates the conduct of armed conflict that seeks to limit its effect is The Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols. The body of their international law protects the non combatants such as civilians and those people who can no longer participate in hostilities such as the wounded, sick and shipwrecked soldiers and prisoners of war. The breach of the rules enumerated enumerated in The Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols constitutes as war crime that could be tried in International Tribunal (ICRC, 2012). This paper will discuss two war crimes. One is the most commonly... Compare and contrast war...
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White Collar Crimes
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...crimes are characterized as "financial, economic or corporate crimes, often carried out by sophisticated means." (Wisenberg) These crimes usually involve fraudulent activities that require careful planning. Everything must be laid out and executed in perfect order. White collar crimes are not as simple as robbery or homicide crimes. These usually involved elaborate methods aimed to conceal the fraudulent activities. As such, investigating such types of crimes requires the same high level thinking and critical analysis. From the description provided above, white collar crimes requires an investigation that covers several fields, ranging from economic and financial activities to a clear... White collar...
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Victimless Crimes Sociology Essay
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...Crimes of the of the College June 7, Victimless Crimes Victimless crimes are generally understood as consensual crimes where no third party is directly harmed or involved. Consenting adults are involved in victimless crimes and as a result none of the participants complain regarding the crime. As such, criminalization of victimless crimes has given rise to heated discussions and debates. However, victimless crimes raise questions regarding the preservation of the moral and social codes of the society. Very often, victimless crimes go unnoticed as they are committed in private away from public visibility. Similarly, as no third party is harmed by the act no one is interested in protesting... ? Victimless...
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Governmental Crimes Research paper
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...Crimes The world today is facing a number of threats of criminal offences in almost every field. The workplaces, educational institutes, social welfare organizations, governmental departments and healthcare providers are some of the areas which are vulnerable to the criminal activities and corruption. People are exposed to such dangers of terrorism and violence that their lives are in one way or the other is affected by the criminal activities. The government and other responsible bodies focus, however, on the conventional crimes, terrorism, domestic violence, workplace injustice and so on. The increasing rates of governmental crimes are often neglected by the policymakers intentionally... ?Governmental...
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White Collar Crimes
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...Crimes White-collar crimes are defined as crimes that are non-violent but occur as a result, of breach of trust, deceitfulness and manipulation, and are mainly committed by businesspersons and public officials (Benson, Michael & Sally 30). These white-collar crimes are criminal offences that involve actions of fraud, which is defined as intentionally deceiving a person. There are many types of fraud today especially because of the new technology brought by internet. There are many types of white-collar crimes such as black mail that occurs when a person threatens another to harm him or her if he or she refuses to give in to his demands. The other type is bank fraud, which involves... ?White Collar Crimes ...
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Crimes Against Property
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...Crime Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 3rd December, Introduction Several crimes are committed in the United States of America and these crimes are against the constitution, laws and statutes set in different states in the United States. This essay is going to examine crimes such as shoplifting, home invasion, burglary and cyber crime in the contexts of crimes in the United States. Several of these crimes are outlawed in the United States and they have different mechanisms and solutions as outlined below: Overview The US constitution does not have clearly defined laws concerning crimes but this has been defined by statutes and the penal code adopted by several state governments... ....
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Global Crimes Analysis
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...Crimes Analysis Introduction The criminal justice system in every country may vary which leads to the emancipation of international standard for criminal justice system. However, it is a bit clear that in crimes associated with terrorism and organized crime the US remarkably stands as international actor and even global police. This substantially brings about significant issue of the global crimes analysis which would incorporate different types of global crimes and prevailing justice systems associated with them. In this paper, the proponent tries to identify the various major global crimes and criminal issues that have a global impact on national and international justice systems... and...
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Crimes Against Persons
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...Crimes against Persons By: A crime against a person is usually defined as a crime committed by direct physical harm or force being applied to another person (Net Industries, 2011). There are many different types of crimes against persons with some of the most notable being rape, murder, robbery, and kidnapping. Rape is the forcing of someone to have intercourse with you against their will. Murder is the taking of a life without provocation and does not include self defense. Robbery is when you take something from someone else such as a purse or cash. This is usually done while threatening them with a weapon of some sort. Kidnapping is when you take someone without their permission by force... ...
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Types of crimes
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...Crimes Rapes Rape means to have sexual inter with a person without the consent of that person. UCR measures this crime using National Incident-Based Reporting System. The offender of this crime can be any adult whereas victims of this crime are usually young women and children. In most cases, people commit this crime in offices, clubs, and houses. This crime seems to be on continuous rise in the United States. I think that reporting system of this crime is perfect but laws regarding crime prevention need to be changed. Aggravated Assault Defining aggravated assault, Wiesen (n.d.) states, “Aggravated assault is a form of physical assault that is typically considered more severe... ?Different Types of...
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Public Order Crimes
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...Crimes Before going to discuss the impact of public order crimes on society, let us get a better understanding of what public order crimes actually are. Public order crimes are such crimes, which are primarily related to sex and use of drugs. Public order crimes are also known as victimless or consensual crimes. “A victimless crime is one where an act that violates an established law is committed, without leaving a victim behind; that is, there is no resulting damage to a person or property”1. Public order crimes do not put any direct impact on the community but they indirectly harm the foundations of a society. Such crimes occur with the consent of the involved people... and there is no...
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White-collar crimes
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...crimes White-collar crimes White-collar crime can be described as the type of crime that is non-violent but financiallymotivated and mostly committed by government officials and business professionals. This crime is usually committed by individuals during their occupation course. Some of the individuals that may commit white-collar crimes are those in positions that include office working, fund managers, business managers, and governmental positions dealing with disbursement of public funds. On the other hand, the most common reporters and whistle blowers of such crimes include but not restricted to forensic accountants and auditors. The entities that have been given the mandate... to...
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Crimes against the elderly
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...Crimes against the Elderly Introduction The world has often been unfair to some section of the population. Today, statistics show that approximately 12% of Americans must face the realities associated with aging. Being a victim of aging seems to be among the cruelest of inequities. Elderly situations differ as do the behavior of the people, as they grow older. Despite the consequences, however, most old people seem to worry about crime with many fearing they might become victims. When they are together, older people can be a powerful and lively force. Nevertheless, as individuals, they are more exposed to crime and may need help. The vulnerability of its members sets this section... Running head: Crimes...
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Crimes Against Property
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...Crime Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 3rd December, Introduction Several crimes are committed in the United States of America and these crimes are against the constitution, laws and statutes set in different states in the United States. This essay is going to examine crimes such as shoplifting, home invasion, burglary and cyber crime in the contexts of crimes in the United States. Several of these crimes are outlawed in the United States and they have different mechanisms and solutions as outlined below: Overview The US constitution does not have clearly defined laws concerning crimes but this has been defined by statutes and the penal code adopted by several state governments... ....
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Crimes Against Children: Incest
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...Crimes against Children: Incest Crimes against Children: Incest Table of Contents Introduction to Sexual Abuse 3 Incest 4 Prevalence of Incest in the Western and Asian societies 4 Laws for Incestuous crimes 6 Types of intra-familial child abuse 6 Categories of incestuous fathers 7 Sibling incest 8 Mother-child incest 8 Vulnerability and risk factors 9 Effects on the victimized child 9 Outcomes of incest on the families 11 Preventing incestuous crimes against children 11 Therapies for the affected children 12 Communicating with your child about sexual abuse 12 Conclusion 13 References 13 Crimes against...
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How Poverty Causes Crimes
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...Crime? Poverty has become a serious concern to criminology researchers who claim that poverty, inequality and disadvantages would lead to some negative outcomes. However, they are deeply at odds regarding the role of poverty as a cause of increasing crime. Some say that poverty causes crime; whereas others believe that crime is a product of many other socio-economic, genetic, environmental or behavioral factors. They are likely to disagree with many of the findings of the former group. People, who argue that poverty causes crime, suggest that domestic violence and crime for basic necessities are more common among impoverished as compared to others. Both theories are of great... How Poverty Causes Crime?...
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FBI - White collar crimes
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...crimes The federal government executes some of its roles through agencies suchas the FBI. Each of the agencies has distinct roles and this paper explores the FBI and its roles in white-collar crimes. FBI The Federal Bureau of Investigations, commonly known as the FBI, is an agency in the federal government’s Department Of Justice and a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community. Some of the agency’s major features are its focus on intelligence matters and issues that pertains to national security in which it is responsible for investigating suspected crimes and criminals. It operates on assigned tasks to it but also collaborates with other government agencies... College: March 17, FBI- White collar...
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Computer Crimes Essay
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...Crimes of the Name of the Concerned Professor June 25, 2009 Computer Crimes The digitalization of economies has not only given a new flip to the international socio-economic setup, but has also made the global community vulnerable to novel threats and risks. With information technology infiltrating every aspect of personal and professional life, anti-social elements have found a new arena to execute their nefarious designs. Cyber crimes have assumed frightening proportions throughout the world. In fact, it is relatively easier to indulge in cyber crimes as the perpetrators... Computer...
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