Flashcards in Chapter 18: Crime Typologies Part 3 Deck (10):
What type of offenses are under the, Occasional Property Criminal Behavior, system?
What type of offenses are under the, Public-Order Criminal Behavior, system?
What type of offenses are under the, Political Criminal Behavior, system?
conspiracy and political demonstrations
What type of offenses are under the, Professional Criminal Behavior, system?
identity theft schemes
What is the major strength of Multi-Trait Typologies?
its use of multiple traits or dimensions for identifying crime types and its intuitive appeal to most criminologists
What is crime syndrome?
are based on the composite profile of the offender, offense, and situational elements that underlie different types of crimes
There are distinct subsets of crime syndromes within general crime categories that have unique __________.
What are signatures?
different motives, offender/victim/situational elements
What are the different crime syndromes?
(1) murder and assaults
(2) sexual assaults
(3) robbery (personal and institutional forms)
(4) burglary (residential and non-residential forms)
(5) motor vehicle theft
(6) occupational crimes
(7) organizational crimes
(8) public order crimes