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Soc - Crime

Classifications of Crime

actions involving force or the threat of force against others violent crime
crimes that either damage or steal items or areas owned by another person property crime
crimes involving illegal actions in which all participants willing engage public order crime
illegal activities committed during the course of employment or financial affairs occupational crime
illegal acts committed by employees on behalf of their employer and with their support corporate crime
a business operation that supplies illegal goods and services for profit organized crime
illegal or unethical acts committed to either make a political statement, usurp power, or undermine the government political crime
the unlawful use of force or threat in order to intimidate an organization, government, or individual in order to gain a political, religious, economic, or social objective terrorism
Which type of crime is rising for juveniles? violent crime
burglary property crime
larceny/theft property crime
vandalism property crime
arson property crime
prostitution public order
illegal gambling public order
drug abuse public order
weapons violations public order
immigration violations public order
embezzlement occupational/corporate
tax evasion occupational/corporate
cartels occupational/corporate
false advertising occupational/corporate
copyright violation occupational/corporate
graft political
bribery political
manipulating public opinion political
official violence political
treason political
Created by: mrjones