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  1. Chapter 10

  2. Menu Overview of Robbery Legal Elements of Robbery Categories of Robbery Investigation of Robberies Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama Scenario:Family Jewels

  3. Robbery

  4. Robbery A very serious crime Costs citizens and the government billions every year

  5. Robbery A very serious crime Costs citizens and the government billions every year

  6. Robbery A very serious crime Costs citizens and the government billions every year

  7. Robbery A very serious crime Costs citizens and the government billions every year

  8. Robbery Defined by FBI as one of the eight most serious crimes in our society

  9. Crime Index Collection of statistics Compiled in FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports

  10. Crime Index Compiled yearly on these crimes: Murder Rape Robbery Assault

  11. Crime Index Compiled yearly on these crimes: Burglary Larceny-Theft Q: 1

  12. Crime Index Compiled yearly on these crimes: Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Graphic

  13. Index Offense One of the eight crimes the FBI considers the most serious

  14. Index Offense One of the eight crimes the FBI considers the most serious

  15. Clear Solve a case by: Arresting at least one person

  16. Clear Solve a case by: Charging him / her with a crime

  17. Clear Solve a case by: Charging him / her with a crime

  18. Clear Solve a case by: Turning over for prosecution in court

  19. Menu Overview of Robbery Legal Elements of Robbery Categories of Robbery Investigation of Robberies Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama Scenario:Family Jewels

  20. Legal Elements of Robbery

  21. To legally qualify as a robbery..

  22. To legally qualify as a robbery..

  23. To legally qualify as a robbery..

  24. Robbery The unlawful taking or attempted taking of another’s personal property in his or her immediate possession.. Q: 2, 31

  25. Robbery And against his or her will by force or the threat of force Q: 3

  26. Force More than merely enough to remove the property

  27. Force Sufficient to overcome even slight resistance

  28. Fear Caused by threat or actual injury Q: 4

  29. Fear Caused by threat or actual injury

  30. Menu Overview of Robbery Legal Elements of Robbery Categories of Robbery Investigation of Robberies Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama Scenario:Family Jewels

  31. Categories of Robbery • Residential robberies • Commercial robberies • Street robberies • Vehicle-driver robberies Q: 11

  32. Residential Robberies Target is a person in a private residence, hotel, trailer, or attached areas of a residence Q: 5, 32

  33. Commercial Robberies Robbery of a commercial location- bank,store, restaurant Q: 6, 7, 8, 30

  34. Street Robberies Any robberies that occur in street settings Opportunistic, sudden and without warning Q: 9, 10, 33

  35. Vehicle- Driver Robberies Robbery of an object of value in or attached to vehicle, or from driver of vehicle Q: 12, 34

  36. Armored-Car Robberies • Usually done by a professional • Much planning, speed and precision

  37. Armored-Car Robberies • Usually done by a professional • Much planning, speed and precision Q: 24

  38. Carjacking Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it

  39. Carjacking Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it

  40. Carjacking Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it

  41. Carjacking Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it Q: 13, 14, 28, 29

  42. Classification of Robbers Professional Drug-Addicted

  43. Classification of Robbers Opportunistic Alcoholic

  44. Professional Robber Incorporates robbery into lifestyle Robs as a means of economic support Q: 15

  45. Professional Robber Incorporates robbery into lifestyle Robs as a means of economic support

  46. Drug- Addicted Robber Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to some type of illegal drug