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Crime

Crime

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Published by Anurag Chaurasia
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Published by: Anurag Chaurasia on Jun 28, 2013
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“Crime”
 
Submitted to:- Mr. Prevesh Koli Submitted By:-Anurag chaurasia
 
Theories of Crime 
Crime is the breaking of rules or laws for which
some governing authority (via mechanisms such as legalsystems) can ultimately prescribe a conviction. Crimes mayalso result in cautions, rehabilitation or be unenforced.
Individual human societies may each define crime and crimes
differently, in different localities (state, local, international), atdifferent time stages of the so-called "crime", from planning,disclosure, supposedly intended, supposedly prepared,
incomplete, complete or future proclaimed after the
"crime”
.
 
There are two main categories of 
crime
Property Crimes
: A property crime is committedwhen someone damages, destroys or steals someoneelse's property, such as stealing a car or vandalizing a building. Property crimes are by far the mostcommonly committed crime in the United States.
Violent Crimes
: A violent crime occurs whensomeone harms, attempts to harm, threatens to harmor even conspires to harm someone else. Violentcrimes are offenses which involve force or threat of force, such as rape, robbery or homicide.

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