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  • 1. LAW AND ORDER Isabel Bastida EOI CARTAGENA
  • 2. 1. TYPES OF CRIME COMPLETE THE NEWSPAPER EXTRACTS WITH THE CRIMES IN THE BOX. •The statue was damaged in an act of ………………………….. •A man has been found guilty of ………………………….. film star Scarlett Johanson. He became obsessed with the actress and followed her everywhere. •He was jailed for five years for ………………………….. into government computer systems. •Banks revealed that cases of ………………………….. have doubled. Customers are warned to keep their PIN numbers more secure. •Tourists should be particularly careful on public transport, where ………………………….. is a major problem. It is best to use money belts under your clothes. •Rachel was concealing half her income and was found guilty of ………………………….. •The use of ………………………….. to subdue the government has been felt as the main worry by our citizens. •He was acquitted of ………………………….. as the prosecution couldn’t prove sexual abuse. Pickpocketing Hacking Stalking Tax evasion Vandalism Identity theft Terrorism Rape
  • 3. 1. TYPES OF CRIME COMPLETE THE NEWSPAPER EXTRACTS WITH THE CRIMES IN THE BOX. 1.A teenager has been accused of …………………………. after he set fire to an empty factory. 2.The increase in CCTV cameras has cut cases of late night ………………………….. in town centres. 3.Police arrested three people for ………………………….. American dollars. They were carrying more than a million dollars in fake $50 bills. 4.There has been a reduction in cases of ………………………….. in major stores after the introduction of more security guards. 5.The man was accused of ………………………….. a car with a baby inside. The mother had to be assisted after suffering an anxiety attack. 6.………………………….. has been in decline since marijuana legalization. 7.Owing to the financial crisis, some families from La Línea live on ………………………….. tobacco and other goods from Gibraltar. Counterfeiting Mugging Shoplifting Arson Hijacking Drug dealing Smuggling
  • 4. CRIME CRIMINAL VERB Counterfeiting counterfeiter Mugging mugger Arson To commit arson Shoplifting shoplifter Hijacking Drug dealing To sell drugs Smuggling smuggler Pickpocketing pickpocket Vandalism To vandalise Hacking To hack into sth. Stalking To stalk Terrorism To set off bombs, etc. Rape rapist Bribery ---- Blackmail blackmailer Burglary To burgle/ break into Kidnapping To kidnap
  • 5. 2. YOUR TURN • What crimes have been in the news recently? (Give details) • Are there any areas or times of the day in your town when you should be on guard against …? car thieves/ pickpockets/ drug dealers/ others • Do you know anyone who has/Have you ever… been burgled (at home)? been robbed (in the street)? been the victim of pickpockets? got the car stolen? been unfairly accused of shoplifting? been stopped by the police for drunk driving? been offered a bribe? been kidnapped?
  • 6. KEY 1.The statue was damaged in an act of VANDALISM 2.A man has been found guilty of STALKING film star Scarlett Johanson. He became obsessed with the actress and followed her everywhere. 3.He was jailed for five years for HACKING into government computer systems. 4.Banks revealed that cases of IDENTITY THEFT have doubled. Customers are warned to keep their PIN numbers more secure. 5.Tourists should be particularly careful on public transport, where PICKPOCKETING is a major problem. It is best to use money belts under your clothes. 6.Rachel was concealing half her income and was found guilty of TAX EVASION. 7.The use of TERRORSIM to subdue the government has been felt as the main worry by our citizens. 8.He was acquitted of RAPE as the prosecution couldn’t prove sexual abuse.
  • 7. KEY 1.A teenager has been accused of ARSON after he set fire to an empty factory. 2.The increase in CCTV cameras has cut cases of late night MUGGING in town centres. 3.Police arrested three people for COUNTERFEITING American dollars. They were carrying more than a million dollars in fake $50 bills. 4.There has been a reduction in cases of SHOPLIFTING in major stores after the introduction of more security guards. 5.The man was accused of HIJACKING a car with a baby inside. The mother had to be assisted after suffering an anxiety attack. 6.DRUG DEALING has been in decline since marijuana legalization. 7.Owing to the financial crisis, some families from La Línea live on SMUGGLING tobacco and other goods from Gibraltar.
  • 8. CRIME CRIMINAL VERB Counterfeiting counterfeiter To COUNTERFEIT Mugging mugger To MUG Arson ARSONIST To commit arson Shoplifting shoplifter To SHOPLIFT Hijacking HIJACKER To HIJACK Drug dealing (DRUG) DEALER To sell drugs Smuggling smuggler To SMUGGLE Pickpocketing pickpocket To PICKPOCKET Vandalism VANDAL To vandalise Hacking HACKER To hack into sth. Stalking STALKER To stalk Terrorism TERRORIST To set off bombs, etc. Rape rapist To RAPE Bribery ---- To BRIBE (sb. INTO sth.) Blackmail blackmailer To BLACKMAIL Burglary BURGLAR To burgle/ break into Kidnapping KIDNAPPER To kidnap