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  • Robbery - 511 Words
    I could not believe my eyes when I saw these foreign robbers who make an attempt to rob my kind neighbour sundry shop.They looked very strong and mean.Two of them,tall and dark-skin wearing masks and wanted to rob Mr.Samy's shop.It happened one evening when the sun was about to set, my mother asked to me to go and buy some onions and salts from a nearby sundry shop which is apparently my neighbour.The shop was managed by Mr Samy , a jovial middle-aged indian man with a huge pot-belly.His wife...
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  • A Robbery - 304 Words
    A robbery It was late in the evening , I had spent the whole day shopping at the mall. As I strolled along as secluded section at the mall, I felt exhausted after the long day. I did not notice a suspicious character clad in tinted glasses eyeing me carefully. I felt unsafe in the part of the mall so I decided to trust my instincts which told me to get out of the area. I was walking briskly out of the place when all of a sudden, the man with the tinted glasses grabbed my handbag which I had...
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  • Pawnshop Robbery - 489 Words
    I had a part-time job at a pawnshop. The owner of the pawnshop is my uncle, Uncle John. He treated me nice. He also showed his brave in the incident which happened last year. That day, I was going about my usual routine- counting the money collected for the day. My counter was closed as it was almost closing time for the pawnshop. Suddenly, prickles of goose bumps broke across my nape as I sensed being watched. While keeping my eyes downcast, I scanned the vicinity. Everything appeared normal....
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  • House Robbery - 909 Words
    Life was a bed of roses for the villagers of Kampung Desa until a gang of robbers had fled from a police station near the village recently. They were on the most wanted list by the police since they had harmed victims before. Ever since their getaway, there had been abundant of reports involving robbery occurring in Kampung Desa. Most victims were unable to identify the culprits because they were wearing masks. The villagers of Kampung Desa had been warned by the police to stay on guard at...
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  • Robbery Story - 275 Words
    Smiths were a husband and wife, they lived in California in a big house. They were together for 5 years and loved each other. She was a surgeon, and he was an art gallery owner. On 7th of September terrible thing happened. Someone broke into their house and stole about a dozen pieces of jewelry, paintings and $1,000 in cash. Among them were the rare paintings of the most famous authors which Steve Smith collected for many years and a 30-year-old pearl necklace and a bracelet given to Martha...
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  • A Robbery at Knifepoint - 320 Words
    “Stop right there, or you will regret the consequences”, said a bold voice from behind as Rima tried to hurry towards her house. It was a dark, chilly night when Rima got a bit late at work. Not to mention the rickshaw and bus strike that day which made her walk down to her house. Rima’s house was located in a rather lonely area where after nightfall to walk into the street was like a cat going into a room full of dogs. Rima took larger strides and walked down the street quacking with fear....
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  • Bank Robbery - 471 Words
    I sat down on a row of chairs. There were not many people in the bank on the Tuesday afternoon. So I figured that I would not have to wait long for my turn. Suddenly I heard someone shout behind me. instinctively I looked around and was shocked to see two gunmen brandishing handguns and telling everyone in the bank to get down on the floor. I obeyed quickly. I was too stunned to feel any fear. I just lay down on the floor like the other customers. I could not see anything except the floor...
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  • Festivals and robberies in Mumbai - 436 Words
    Beware at Juhu beach when you go for visarjans With the final day of Ganpati visarjans set to take place, the Juhu lifeguards Association has unearthed a big racket that is rampant at the Juhu beach behind JW Marriot, Hotel Tulip Star, etc. Subroto Mukherjee, a lifeguard said, “Robberies at the beach are always more during Ganpati time. But this time the operation of the thieves is unique.” At various points of Juhu Chowpatty, groups of young boys rob men who hang around after...
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  • Robberies: Crime and Suspicious Activities
    Crime Rates in Miami Still On the Rise In Miami, Fl the crime rates on robberies are still on the rise, as stated by Miami crime statistics and crime data, Miami’s crime level is worse than national average. These strings of robberies are affecting many families and lives, due to the fact majority of these robberies turn into homicides. The crime rates and robberies also affect many neighborhoods as it brings down property value, and it also establishes a bad environment to raise children...
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  • The Great Train Robbery - 473 Words
    Intro to American Cinema The Great Train Robbery The main characters in the film The Great Train Robbery(1999) were slick, good-looking criminals. They were very good at what they did and were well-known in the underworld. The main characters involved were Bryan Field, Fred Forman, Gordon Goody, Master Edwards, Charlie Wilson, Roy Jones, Bruce Reynolds, and Ronnie Biggs. This included Bruce Reynolds being chief planner, who worked among the trains, while the mastermind of the plan was Bryan...
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  • High Way Robbery - 294 Words
    Highway Robbery It was in the middle of the night, there was a carriage carrying gold and silver. It was on its way to Yorkshire. There was a guard with a rifle on the lookout for anything suspicious or threatening. There were people inside, chatting about the riches that were in their hands. The driver was driving the carriage; it had four horses pulling it. There was a co-driver as well, he was there in case anything happened to the driver. There was a man riding a horse, they were usually...
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  • Prison Term Armed Robbery
    As you know all robberies are felonies and with the use of weapons brings tougher penalties towards the crime committed by the individual. While all robberies are considered to be violent crimes certain states took the initiative to raise the punishment when a violator uses a weapon of choice to rob. This means the person that is robbing you is more at risk of serving a greater prison sentence if he is caught and convicted. For the most part, many people do not realize that 40% of all robberies...
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  • Robbery and Dramatic Historical Occurrence
    Remembering_ One of my favorite stories that I find interesting is hearing my mother's personal experience as a young adult where she was shot by a bank robber. I have heard the story a few times. As far as I can remember I heard the story for the first time when I was about seven years old. I could not help, but to ask my mother about her unusual looking scar on her left shoulder. As the story goes she and her girlfriend was on a motorcycle together and passed by a local bank in Bangkok,...
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  • Second Suspect in Robbery Case Nabbed
    KUALA TERENGANU, May 30 — The second suspect in a robbery on May 20 involving the drugging of the driver of a lorry laden with scrap metal and old newspaper in Kemaman was nabbed last night, police said. Terengganu CID chief ACP K. Manoharan said the 52-year-old unemployed suspect was held in Kampung Gong Kenak, Jerteh, at 10 pm with the lorry and some belongings of the victim. “We raided a house after a tip-off from the D7 unit of the Terengganu Police and found the suspect, who is from...
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  • Stealing: Robbery and Public Service Company
    Stealing Part 1: Research Stealing: To take without permission or right, especially secretly or by force. Stealing is also called theft. Forms of Stealing: Stealing, or theft, is in many forms like robbery, burglary, theft by check, forgery, unauthorized use of a vehicle, fraud, false statement to a credit agency, shoplifting, etc. The consequences for these things depend on what degree they are reported in. Degrees on stealing: 1st Degree- • Theft of property of services...
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  • High school essay on Robbery and burglary.
    Developing conclusions based upon current trends with Robberies and Burglaries is a very difficult task. For many cases, many robberies and burglaries go unsolved. Unless the perpetrator is caught at the scene of the crime, these types of crimes are very difficult to be solved. Robberies and Burglaries are usually quick, sometimes planned out, and are over and done with before anyone knows anything is missing. The typical scenario of a crime today usually consists of the following. Masked and...
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  • Robbery: Crime and Research Different Methods
    Armed robbery is considered to be a serious offense in the United States and I would imagine that being robbed at gunpoint or with a big sharp knife would be a terrible experience for anyone to have to endure. In an effort to reduce the amount of armed robberies each year it is important to research different methods that would aid in the reduction of violent crimes that take place each year. According to the Supreme Court of the United States, robbery is defined as taking the property...
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  • Child Held Hostage During Robbery Newspaper Report
    News Report “Once Upon A Time” Child held hostage during robbery Cape Town, South Africa – Black tsotsi broke into White Mansion and held child hostage On the evening of August 27, 1978 the Smiths were having a peaceful family dinner. Timmy, the 4 year old son, didn’t like the food on the table, and threw a fit and was sent up to his room. However, instead of going to his room, he went into his parents’ room where he found a tall black man climbing in through the window, after sawing the...
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  • CRJ 306 Week 4 DQ 1 Robbery and Extortion
    This file of CRJ 306 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 Robbery and Extortion comprises: Which crime, robbery or extortion is more harmful to the victim of the crime? Discuss the similarities and the differences between these two crimes. Substantively respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. Law - General Law Robbery and Extortion. Which crime, robbery or extortion, is more harmful to the victim of the crime? Discuss the similarities and the differences...
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  • Summary of “the Myth of Violence in the Old West”
    Devin Hall Ms. Westhafer Writing Seminar: Summary 07 February 2013 Summary of “The Myth of Violence in the Old West” In his article, “The Myth of Violence in the Old West,” Roger D. McGrath attempts to rebut the common myth of the old west being plagued by high crime rate. Although McGrath agreed that the old west was violent, he maintained how the violence at that time was dissimilar from todays. To help illustrate his point, he compared today’s crime rate for burglary, robbery, and murder...
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  • Perfect Crime - 381 Words
    Genre:Crime thiller Story draft: Two cops were deliberately challenged by an unknown figure to solve few crimes committed by him. Each of this crime leads to the identity of the villain. He wants the cops to admit that he's the perfect crime'ster. 1st crime:Bank robbery Using sonar technology(dark knight),villain gets the 3d map of the bank.On the day of the execution,2 masked mens glides from one roof to the banks roof.1 of them heads to the ventilation and the other heads to the...
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  • Bullet in the Brain - 1775 Words
    Bullet in the Brain The main character in Bullet in the Brain is a middle-aged book critic, who is especially “known for the weary elegant savagery with which he dispatched almost everything he reviewed” (1, L 5). You might even call him a grumpy old man, because basically that is what he is – but more about that subject later on. The story takes off when Anders enters the bank just before it closes, and therefore the line is endlessly long, which puts him in a bad temper. “He was never in the...
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  • Armed Rob CRIMINOLGY - 539 Words
    Amaya Davis October 28th, 2014 Deterrence, rational, choice, and the environment Armed Robbers in Action Reading Wright and Decker’s theories gave me a very insightful understanding of how armed robbery work, act, think and respond. Wright talks about how the criminal uses the money from the robbery because they needed for important reasons and not just materialistic things. “I don't think there is any one factor that precipitates the commission of a crime…. I think it’s just the...
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  • Case Study: The Corryn Rayney Murder Mystery
    Legal studies assignment 1. Corryn Rayney murder mystery returns to court Corryn rayney was charged with wilful murder of his wife. He has know got a retrial.it was a three month trial. It was a judge only decision. During his retrial they will be expecting an argument on the evidence they used on his last court case . relating to a dinner place. Probably this time he would get a fairer trial. But I reckon if the evidence lead to him then I think he would just go back to jail for...
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  • Dog Day Paper - 648 Words
    “Dog Day Afternoon” Directed By; Sindey Lumet The name of the movie that I chose is called Dog Day Afternoon. Although it was mentioned in class, it happens to be one of my favorite films. With the plot revolving around a bank robbery, there’s your giant red flag of criminal Justice. The deals with many apparent and underlining themes like, homosexuality socio-economics, human relations and of course right and wrong. Perhaps one of the most interesting things about the film is it’s...
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  • Dumby Red Newspaper - 1223 Words
     The Bar of the Towns He tried to rob a Pub and lost his life to a white man. Who is Dumby Red and led to his death? How does everyone see his death? By Eden Ip Dumby Red was buried at the Point last Monday surrounded by his people and friends. He was a young boy with life in him and not a worry in life. He was described as a happy, carefree and kind young boy who was living a good life, with a talent in sport. His death, last Monday the 7th of March, was not expected. He was shot by...
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  • Snatch Theft - 692 Words
    The Causes of Snatch Theft Cases in Malaysia Most of the people who involve in snatch theft cases are adolescents. They are probably poorly educated from their parents or even have a broken family. Parents play the most important role in character building and personality development of their children. In the age of information technology and globalization, they are always busy working until they forgot their true responsibility of educating and teaching children to be a perfect- educated...
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  • 5 Minute Speech Notecards
    Specific Purpose: I will inform you today on how a driver of a get away car in a bank robbery should not be charged with a second degree felony murder, but they shall be charged with accomplice to the robbery. Central Idea: All U.S. citizens should be aware of the factors of a second degree felony murder. Intro: I. Bank robberies 4,495. 38,331,491.85 (FBI, 2011) II. Within that it doesn’t tell you how many were killed. III. Up to you what you believe, but take these point into...
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  • Inside Man - 902 Words
    Rachel Arhin Mr. Weinbren EMS3O1 November 23, 2012 Film Director Spike Lee ------------------------------------------------- Inside Man A) Russell is a confident man who has no doubt that today he will pull off the perfect bank heist, but Detective Frazier plans otherwise because after all, his a man of the law. Russell is trying to serve bank owner Mr. Case justice, but Mr. Case has hired Mrs. White to keep safe that which he believes is rightfully his. Here in lies the challenge...
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  • hello+ - 889 Words
    The double bank robbery A person (jack) walks on stage, like if he were in a bank. He goes up to another person, which is located on the center left side of the stage. Jack I would like £5 in coins of 1p and £2 in coins of 10p Cashier …okay Jack Actually I changed my mind I would like £2 in 1p coins and £5 in 10p coins Cashier This is a joke right!? Jack No Two more people walk on stage; they come in from the right side of the stage, and walk slowly. They have to...
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  • the messenger - 843 Words
    The messenger essay task ‘In what way is The Messenger about ‘response to challenge’? How does this relate to changes in Ed over the course of the novel?’ Even though Ed has a series of questions throughout his journey, the main part of his challenge is to overcome his own personal barriers that he built himself. His challenge is himself, and his self-doubt. Ed encounters many different types of physical, intellectual and emotional challenges. Each quest Ed undertakes changes and molds him...
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  • Describe an Unforgettable Incident That You Saw on Your Way Home from School.
    It was a hot afternoon and the heat from the scorching sun was quite unbearable. I was cycling home from school after arranging the books in the school library as I was a librarian. The road was quiet. I felt hungry and was looking forward to reaching home and having my late lunch. When I was cycling along the roadside, a motorcyclist appeared out of the blue and roared past me. He had almost knocked me down and I was rather taken aback by his sudden appearance. I then noticed there was a...
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  • How to prepare a speech. This essay is a process essay. It goes into detail about the steps required to write a well developed speech.
    How to Prepare a Speech Oh, my gosh! Did someone just say "speech"? Not a speech! The word "speech" strikes terror through everyone that hears it, especially if you've never written one before. Well, have no fear. I'm going to guide you through your first speech. The first step in writing a speech is to pick a topic. The topic should relate to your audience and be interesting to you. If you're not interested in your topic, then you won't want to research it and chances are your audience won't...
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  • machine gun kelly - 797 Words
    Machine Gun Kelly was an American bootlegger, bank robber and kidnapper who made headlines in the 1930s. He was sentenced to life in prison along with wife Kathryn Kelly in 1933. Born on July 18, 1895, in Memphis, Tennessee, Machine Gun Kelly was a bootlegger, small-time bank robber and kidnapper who ranged through Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico in the 1920s and '30s. Beginning his criminal career as a bootlegger, he was caught in 1927 and subsequently spent a few...
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  • Topics for Discussion - 298 Words
    TOPICS for DISCUSSION Society and the Media 1- Where do you get the news from? radio / newspapers / TV / Internet 2- Reality shows on TV 3- TV and children The Environment 1- Public transport: a real alternative? 2- Recycling: a good way to be green? 3- Plastic bags in shops. The World of Work 1- Teleworking (working from home): pros and cons. 2- Equal opportunities for men and women 3- Unemployment: effects on society Travelling 1- Travelling...
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  • The Perfect Alibi ~ A Short Story
    Although it was not evident to anyone watching, former Bank of America President Alex Pierce was furious. He had just been fired after 30 years of dedicated services to the bank. He knew the building better than anyone and could navigate his way anywhere in it while blindfolded. "We're taking a new image," he had been told. "We're going to hire a younger president so that we will attract the next generations." Basically they had called him old and worn. They were done using him so they dropped...
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  • Criminal Law - 931 Words
    Criminal Law January 3, 2010 Facts – Little Louie 1. Unemployed 2. Date Wild Wanda 3. Plans with Billy Bad Boy and Vinnie Bagadonuts to rob a bank. 4. Know a gun collector named Smith 5. Breaks into Smith’s house 6. Breaks into the gun locker and steals couple of handguns, saw-off shotgun, and automatic weapons. 7. Robs the bank 8. In a shootout with the armed guard during this a bank teller and police officer is shot. 9. Run from the police...
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  • There are many things a hero
     There are many things a hero is and isn’t. Hero’s keep battling trough tough challenges more determined than those who won’t step up and do the same. Heroism is an act of caring for others and helping others making sure no one is in danger and everyone feels safe and secure. Also they keep society in order, like a policeman, not a coward who will hide when the challenge comes up and they have to face it. A hero’s function in society is to help people face challenges when they aren’t capable...
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  • The Security Plan - 4239 Words
    The Security Plan Axia College University of Phoenix   Planning ahead in anything is always a good idea. It keeps things on track and makes things run more smoothly. It can sometimes guarantee that things will go as planned. That is not always the case when...
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  • Crime Data - 694 Words
    What Have I Learned Question CJA/324 July 15, 2011 What Have I Learned Questions 1. Would you rather spend 1 year in prison or receive 5 years of probation with very severe restrictions? Could you envision a probationary sentence that was more severe than a custodial sentence? Explain your answer. I would never want to be confined in a jail or prison at all. If I had to choose I would take the 5 year probation sentence and stay out of trouble, however many criminals look at the...
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  • Bullet in the Brain - 708 Words
    Bullet in the Brain is a short story about a sarcastic book critic, who allows his criticism to extend to his everyday life and soon learns why that is not a good idea. Anders is known for "the weary elegant savagery with which he dispatched almost everything he reviewed." He is portrayed as especially unsympathetic. He is standing in line at a bank and gets stuck behind two women whose loud stupid conversations put him in an angry mood. He engages in sarcastic, belittling repartee with the...
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  • Problem of crime in modern society
    Crime is increasing in our society. We often ask ourselves "why?". There are many reasons. Firstly the law isn't strict enough for criminals, so many of them aren't afraid of punishment. Criminals spend too little time in prison and they have too good conditions there. In many countries, as in TV and other entertainments. I think that our government should be more interested in these people and try to help them (give them places to live, meals). Everybody knows that many crimes are committed...
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  • Criminal Justice - 791 Words
    CJ123 CRIMINAL LAW Project 2 As we discovered in Project 1, Little Louie, Billy Bad Boy committed a string of crimes, initially resulting in an attempt to rob Commercial Corruption, a local bank. The two alleged criminals were apprehended by the police and informed of their rights. Here, I will identify the specific role that each played with the particular crime, the elements that lead to this conclusion, and the potential defenses the defending party might assert...
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  • Bank Security - 420 Words
    Security of Bank Teller Operations Who is a Bank Teller? A teller is an employee of a bank[->0] who deals directly with most customers. In some places, this employee is known as a cashier. What are we protecting? Customer Funds ( CASH) 1. Teller Cash 2. Vault Cash 3. Cash Shipments Bank teller is taking care of these honest customers and at the same time distinguish the difference between the customer and the robber.) A welded stainless steel deal tray makes it possible for...
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  • Jumping Monkey Hill - 491 Words
    1) The story opens with two robberies at the narrator’s house. The first one was when her family home was robbed by their neighbour, Osita, a ‘lithe and handsome’ popular young man whose father was a professor. He took the VCR, TV and some American videos. The second robbery was committed by the narrator’s brother Nnamabia, while their parents were visiting the grandparents in another town. In this he faked a robbery, stole the mother’s gold jeweler and after denying that it was him,...
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  • Court Paper - 753 Words
    Rahul Baboo Dr. Kurt Stanberry Court Report Court Observation Paper For my court observation report I chose to join a jury hearing on a capital murder case on March 4, 2015. The name of the case was the State of Texas vs. Joseph Facundo and the case number is 1344346. The judge name was Price and the case involved a man who is being accused for capital murder and robbery in Katy Texas. Amber Thorne was arrested and charged with capital murder and aggravated robbery on December 29, 2011. She...
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  • National Crime Survey - 422 Words
    National Crime Survey Kristina Shearer Everest University Online CCJ1017_28 NATIONAL CRIME SURVEY The National Crime Victimization Survey is the Nations primary source of information on criminal victimization. Each year data is obtained from about 40,000 households and nearly 75,000 people on the frequency, characteristics, and consequences of criminal victimization in the United States. Each household is interviewed twice a year. The survey allows The Bureau of Justice Statistics to...
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  • Just Your Average Every Day Bank Robery
    Morgan Richardson “Just Your Average, Everyday, Bank Robbery” English 10/29/2012 “Just run in, deposit the check, and come back.” “I know mom! I’ve done this a million times!” she looked at me with those eyes that only a mom can do. I hate those eyes! “I know Tommy. I’m just worried.” I felt bad immediately. Ever since my dad left a few months ago, things have been pretty hard. And my attitude probably wasn’t helping. I leaned in and kissed her on the cheek. “Nothing’s...
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  • FLAWLESS HEIST IN DOWNTOWN TORONTO
    FLAWLESS HEIST IN DOWNTOWN TORONTO Royal Candian Bank Headquarters Gets Rubbed Under 25 Minutes | May29th, 2013 Yesterday, a group of proficient robbers successfully burglarised Royal Bank’s headquarters in downtown, Toronto. Their sophisticated plan was reliant on the modern technology. They wire-taped the major phone line coming out of the bank and also shamed the cell-phone frequency of the area. Then, by making a phone call and informing the bank manger about a “planted bomb” in the...
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  • I Am the Messenger - 686 Words
    I am the Messenger by Markus Zusak In the novel I am the Messenger Ed Kennedy is a character that depicts many attributes in which give him a life of solitude and feeling that there is no purpose in life. But with one event Kennedy’s life changes into a life of purpose, a life full of adventure, and a life in which he always wanted. Kennedy was a below average teenager with not much of a future since he was a high school drop out. Being an underage cabdriver it gave him enough money to...
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  • Positive thinking - 720 Words
    Jerry was the kind of guy you love to hate. He was always in a good mood and always had something positive to say. When someone would ask him how he was doing, he would reply, “If I were any better, I would be twins!” He was a unique manager because he had several waiters who had followed him around from restaurant to restaurant. The reason the waiters followed Jerry was because of his attitude. He was a natural motivator. If an employee was having a bad day, Jerry was there telling...
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  • Legal Memorandum - 1475 Words
    Final Written Assignment 9 Internal Legal Memorandum of Law MEMORANDUM TO: Chief Prosecuting Attorney FROM: DATE: December 4, 2010 RE: Charging Bob and Susan Tuttle of Negligent Supervision Question Presented Did Joseph Haney effectively simulate a deadly weapon and create a life-threatening environment, sufficient to satisfy the Arizona armed robbery statute, by thrusting his hand into a pocket and telling the store clerk that it was a "holdup" and to "[l]ie still if...
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  • lecture 5 e-commerce
    Part V – Web Development E­Commerce E-Commerce ● ● ● ● One of the most popular activities on the online is shopping invention of the very old notion of "sell and buy" process of execution of commercial transactions electronically appeared in the late 1970s and allowed business companies and organizations to send commercial documentation electronically. History ● Electronic Data Interchange ● Electronic Funds Transfer ● ...
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  • Bullet in the Brain - 1021 Words
    English 102 Professor February 23, 2013 Bullet in the Brain The short story “Bullet in the Brain” is a story about a character with a very distinct persona. The main character, Anders, is one who is established as being an odd character from the very beginning. The setting takes place in a bank that is soon to be bombarded by robbers wearing ski masks. Being a book critic, Anders lets his profession override his critical thinking skills during the robbery. This puts the bank robber’s...
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  • Research into anxiety on EWT.
    Outline and evaluate research into anxiety on eye witness testimony. A01 Conflicting findings have been found into the relationship between anxiety and EWT. Laboratory results have generally found that witnesses who experience anxiety inducing or particularly unpleasant events have impaired recall. Loftus and Burns conducted a study into the effect of anxiety on recall. Participants were either shown a video whereby a boy was shot in the face, or whereby they were shown the boy was uninjured....
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  • bullet in the brain - 797 Words
     Orlando Godinez Rhetorical Analyses Essay In “Bullet in the Brain” (1995), Tobias Woolf conveys the story of a man named Anders, a book critic, who experiences one final memory after being shot in the head by bank robbers. The story begins with Anders entering a Bank in the closing hours and criticising the long lines and bad service. Then, two bank robbers hold up the bank and end up shooting Anders in the head for his arrogant behavior. Woolf then goes on...
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  • phase 3 individual project
    Violence and Murder I will be talking about the violence and murders in my community. In today’s world we live around it. It may not be at my front door but it affects me and my community in some type of way. When you are scared to go shopping at a certain time of the night or stop at a store to get gas. That is when you know it is serious. A lot of people are killing each other, robbing each other etc. they would rather rob, or kill someone for it and spend the rest of their...
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  • Analysis Of The Short Story 'Visitors' by Brian Moon
    The short story, Visitors, by Brian Moon, explores the moral issues associated with the legalisation of robbery. Many elements, known as narrative conventions, are intentionally inscribed into the text and these help the reader to ascertain the nature of the texts themes. Style, characterisation and point of view are critical blocks with which the texts theme is constructed. The text makes effective application of third person, from the omniscient point of view of Mrs Morrison. The use of this...
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  • cctv plays a significant role in deterring crime and anti-social behaviour
     Nowadays the crime in our country has increased dramatically and has created a sense of anxiety among public. The nuisance remain unsolved despite harsh punishment has imposed. Anti-social behavior such as truancy, littering and errant driving have posed a lot of problems to society but to our indignant, these culprits can get away easily undetected. Therefore, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) is in wide use nowadays as it is more versatile and easy to maintain. CCTV plays significant role in...
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  • Crime Scene - 1022 Words
    Crime Scene In an organized step by step approach “Scene Documentation” is one of the stages in the proper processing of a crime scene. The final results of a properly documented crime scene are the ability of others to take the finished product to use in either reconstructing the scene or the chain of events in an incident and our court room presentation. In documenting the scene there are actually three functions or methods used to properly document the crime scene. Those methods...
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  • Book report on "Inside out"
    Aaron Leyva 24, February 2014 B2 Title: Inside Out Author: Terry Trueman Genre: Fiction Summary: “Time… grime… pantomime… long-gone is a wong-gong long gone” These are some words that run through innocent Zach’s mind day in and day out. These run through his mind because Zach has schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a long-term mental disorder involving a breakdown in the relations between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings. He...
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  • Clothe of Nakedness - 624 Words
    Indiscipline among the youth can be defined as the repulsive or unpleasant individual behavior that is disapproved by the society. Below are the causes, effects and suggested solutions to save the nation from the danger. Causes The breakdown of traditional family life. This is one of the major factors that account for indiscipline among the youth in the society....
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