CRIM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Victimless Crime, Sex Trafficking, Youth Detention Center

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Crim 103 - lecture 10: property and public order crime. Property crime: majority of crime is nonviolent property crime. Schauer &wheaton: international criminals increasingly shifting from drug trafficking to human trafficking involves illegal acquisition of property or destruction of property for financial gain in 2012, property crimes accounted for 60% of all criminal code incidents. Burglary/breaking & entering: burglry (us) = ~b&e (canada) Who commits burglary? youths: fbi (2004); 60% under age 25, 52% under age 18, avg age = 22 yrs, males - fbi (2004) 86% male. Disposing stolen goods tend to come from poor neighbourhoods, low education, single parent households. Fences - person who regularly buys stolen material (and can cover up transaction via legal means: only deal w/ ppl whom they know and trust; valuable - discreet (both engaging in crime; no one tattles), fast. Pawnshops: drug dealers - trade for drugs; supply addictions.

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