Crimes against property Over the years the FBI has created different categories for different types of thieves or burglars depending on the scenario. Although legal distinctions separate the crime of burglary and larceny, both are considered property crimes of theft. Thus all offenders that commit these crimes are considered thieves. Too understand the legal classifications of property crimes there needs to be a basic understanding of professional and persistent thieves. There are many forms of property crimes.
The truth is, there is almost nothing you can do once your identity is stolen. How are you going to explain to a credit card company that you did not purchase anything when everything is in your name? This is what makes identity theft so effective, someone can go in, do large amounts of damage and disappear without a trace. So who is really at fault here? While everyone may point fingers at the thief, they are not solely to blame for the crime.
When an officer first responds to a home burglary he or she first inspects the scene, the perpetrator may still be inside the home. Officers take cautious steps by checking every room in the building and ensuring that the home is safe for people to be inside. They are lucky if the perpetrator is still there because then he or she would be caught on scene and that w... ... middle of paper ... ...efore committing the crime. Lastly, the targeted typically operate with a group of criminals and they target the wealthy homes. These types of burglars are the most skilled and are only interested in the most expensive products.
This paper will provide an explanation into how differential association theory explains burglary. The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) considers burglary a Type 1 Index Crime because of its potentially violent nature. The FBI breaks burglary down into three sub-classifications. This paper discusses the elements of the crime of burglary and what constitutes a structure or dwelling. It will discuss a brief history of the deviance, trends, rates, and how it correlates to the specific theory that this paper will also discuss.
This paper will provide an explanation into how differential association theory explains burglary. Burglary, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (F.B.I), considers a property crime a Type 1 Index Crime because of its potentially violent nature. The F.B.I. breaks burglary down into three sub classifications. This paper discusses the elements of the crime of burglary and what constitutes a structure or dwelling.
Not every American Citizen knows their Constitutional rights, in fact, they may know some but not all their rights like having the right to feel secure in their persons, houses and papers. The fourth Amendment actually prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures. But do Citizens know when is ‘ok’ for police officers to actually search their home, car, and other personal stuff? Before a police officer searches anything someone owns they must have reasonable grounds that they will find any type of drugs, weapons and or any ‘stolen goods’. If a serious violent has occurred, the police may enter and search without having any reasonable suspicious or any warrant.
On the other hand, after an investigation by Ont... ... middle of paper ... ...rsonal criminal gains through property loss. An example of fraud is writing a cheque that contains a value of money that you knowingly understand is not in your bank account. The second key word is theft, which is the stealing of tangible or intangible property from others without consent. For instance, Mr. Curry had committed theft for stealing money from families without providing legitimate stocks in return. The last key word is property crime, which refers to a category of crime that involves the taking of money and/or property without consent, but without the use of physical force.
One case that helped defined civil liberties and limiting the scope of executive power is euticr vs carristch. In Enrick vs carristch the rias carristen sent 3 messersels to break into entick house without a warrant and broke down his lock and secured. Every room to cabits to the attic has secured. This case helped prevent unreasonable search and seizures, you can’t just go into anyones house break down door and every lock without a proper documentation saying you have probable cause to do so. The 3 massagers had a fake warrant and this save Eutich favor of winning case.
The last form of identity theft I would like to discuss is identity cloning. This is when someone actually pretends to be someone else in order to elude law enforcement. They maybe a illegal immigrant looking for work in another country or they maybe someone running from police in another state who has committed a crime. In conclusion, it is easy to have your identity stolen but I could be very difficult to clean up the damaged caused by someone stealing it. So please be carefully and safeguard all of your personal information if you have to provide this information only give what is needed.