Robbery refers to illegal possession, attempt over one's property or cash by violence, threat of force or any influencing force with or without injury. For instance, bank robbery, shop robbery, snatching, looting, train robbery etc.
Nature and percentage of robbery in various countries vary from time to time. Faulkner shared his views for United States as Robbery-related injuries constitute a major risk for convenience store workers in the United States. Studies that focus on the injury outcomes associated with convenience store robbery are extremely limited in number.
Robbers make their plans and strategies with respect to their targets. It has been observed that robbers are mostly aware of wealth status and routine of their targets. Most of the time, Cash-in-transit vans are being targeted. Mr. Gill defined the same statement as Cash-in-transit vans are an attractive target for robbers because they are lucrative.
Rate of robberies and crimes such as armed robberies, crimes committed by employees, commercial crime, are not controllable even in countries like United States of America then third world countries stand no where. Robbers, who are lost in greed, do not care for one's life for the sake of money. Robbery is a result of being associated or friendly to extremist people. After a few robberies, robbers become habitual of crimes and robbery becomes their nature.
Individual robbery is the most common type of robbery.
Public Safety Canada (PSC), based on National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS), was established in 2003 to tackle robbery and other crime cases due to 6% increase in crime rate that had increased in 2003. …
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The author states that in the state of Arizona, the issue on whether or not only life sentence or death sentence should be given to those who commit armed robbery has sparked concerns and much debate as to whether or not life sentence or death sentence should be given to the defendants and appellant.
As stressed in the book of Margaret Atwood, "[t]he English speaking Canadians protest that they will never become Americans - they are already Americans without knowing it" (Axline). Atwood's Surfacing may perhaps bestow the thought with lamented ambiguities, thus the introduction of the matter-published by Samuel Moffett during the year 1972-would prove that Canada and the US are two societies intertwined in logically similar elements.
Even if the evidence is intact it is hard to interpret it correctly and determine its significance to the crime. Much depends on the victim's testimony and it is difficult to establish the veracity of such statements without the backing of concrete evidence.
It next treats two theories: Pattern Theory and Routine Activity Theory. It points out the salient features of each theory before entering into a discussion that demonstrates that pattern theory is more inclined analyzing the crime from the offender's qualities while the routine activity theory is more inclined to study criminality from the aspect of the victim's susceptibility.
The other two males had been left bruised with cuts on their right hand knuckles. The former victim had a cut on his forehead. This is the observation on first sight and an account of the injuries that have been caused.
With these differences, the police box and residential police box have the ir own strengths. Police boxes are more advantageous in terms of the prevention of crimes and accidents, and the response to such events, because each of them is manned by more than one officer around the clock.
The country of Canada is a federation and consists of ten provinces and three territories. The parliamentary democracy along with a constitutional monarchy with Queen Elizabeth II governs the country. Both English and French are