CRIM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Public-Order Crime, Motor Vehicle Theft, Forcible Entry

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Nov 25 property and public order crime. Property crime: majority of crime is nonviolent property crime. Ex. illegally gaining money or goods or destroying property for inancial gain or other malicious reasons: oten involves dehumanizaion. When person or group of people treat other person as objects and not human: no direct interacion with vicims = easier to jusify their acions. Public order crime: acions against public or moral decency or against orderly operaions of society. Hard to study because they"re not reported as much. Violaion of social norms; perceived as threat to social order: ex. illegal drug use, dui, drunk & disorderly behaviour, illegal gambling, vagrancy, prosituion, trespassing. Driving under the inluence: driving or operaing a motor vehicle while mentally or physically impaired as result of alcohol, drugs, or narcoics, ucr 2011: rate of 262 incidents per 100,00 populaion, oten not a vicimless crime. Cdc u. s. : 10,322 people died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes in 2012.

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