Offences Involving Property in UK Law

  • Robbery and the Principle of Fair Labelling
    • No. 83-3, June 2019
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    Robbery is a somewhat unusual offence in the sense that it combines two distinct wrongs: an offence against property and an offence against the person. It is also a particularly broad crime since i...
    ... ... two distinct wrongs: an offence against property and an offence agains t the person. It is also a ... i n i m u mf o r c e threshold so that offences involving low levels of force cease to be rega ... ...
  • Introduction
    • Contents
    • Cyber Crime - Law and Practice
    • Matthew Richardson
    • 15-16
    ... ... in order to criminalise certain acts involving computer technology which did not exist prior to ... can be used to commit criminal offences ... The rise of ‘cyber crime’ (or ... ; Chapter 3, Offences Relating to Property; Chapter 4, Offences Involving Communications; ... ...
  • Victimization and Repeat Victimization Over the Life Span: A Predictive Study and Implications for Policy
    • No. 10-3, January 2004
    • International Review of Victimology
    This study was based on the 1999 General Social Survey, a national Canadian survey of criminal victimization involving about 26,000 individuals, 15 years of age and over. More than half of all resp...
    ... ... survey of criminal victimization involving about 26,000 individuals, 15 years of age ... experienced over half (54%) of all offences. Less than 5% of the sample was ... analyses, relating to violent, property, and all offences, revealed that the ... ...
  • Black money, “white” owners, and “blue” tenants in the Bangladesh housing market. Where corruption makes the difference as protectors turn predators
    • No. 23-2, May 2016
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 501-526
    Purpose: The main purpose of this paper is to critically examine the impact of black money whitening opportunity on the Bangladesh housing market and its ramifications for honest taxpayers and crim...
    ... ... to create additionaldemands for housing property, rather it encourages money laundering, ... , corruption and otheroffences involving money in Bangladesh and in other countries.Social ... , instigate or counsel tocommit any offences mentioned above.Money laundering is an indictable ... ...
  • On Civil Liberties and Politics in Criminal Justice
    • No. 20-4, December 1987
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    ... ... such matters as The Onus of Proof: Offences Against The Government Involving Property ... ...
  • In Court
    • No. 49-2, June 2002
    • Probation Journal
    ... ... separate instances of street robbery involving the taking of mobile phones, the Court of Appeal, ... or if a particularly large number of offences are committed, it may be appropriate to exceed ... ” offences, particularly involving property crime, which this case indicates as constituting ... ...
  • Book Review: Victims in the Criminal Justice System
    • No. 1-2, January 1990
    • International Review of Victimology
    ... ... to those who had experienced offences of violence rather than property ... are physical assaults, offences involving both physical violence and property ... ...
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation: The Scope of the New Scheme
    • No. 52-4, July 1989
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... of offence (broadly speaking, those offences which were previously considered to be ... injured as a result of offences involving damage to property are not generally ... ...
  • The myth of community tolerance toward white-collar crime
    • No. 20-1, March 1987
    • Journal of Criminology (formerly Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology)
    ... ... seriousness of a number of criminal offences, including white-collar offences. The ... lower than interpersonal offences involving violence or serious loss of property. A ... ...
  • Rogue's Progress
    • No. 39-3, March 1966
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ... ... in- vestigating officersthat other offences had been committed and the three were ... , the remaining five per cent involving property from dwellinghouses and business ... ...
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