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Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
Fbi classification of crime
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  • 1. Becca, Nick, and Josh
  • 2. Forcible Rape What is it? Having sexual intercourse with another person, usually females, against their will.  Attempts to rape someone by force are counted as forcible rape. 
  • 3. Statistics 83,425 rapes were reported in 2011.  The amounts of forcible rape have gone down almost every year.  The rate of forcible rapes is 52.7 per 100,000 females in 2011.  The forcible rate rape was 26.8 in 2011. 
  • 4. Facts        One of every twelve rapes take place in a public area or in a parking garage. 27% of female victims reported that the offender was a stranger. 43% of rapes occur between the hours of 6 p.m. and 12 a.m. 1 in 3 rapists were under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In 11% of rapes, the offender used a weapon. In 33% of rapes, victims who present to the Emergency Room sustained injuries other than rape injuries. 41% of rape victims who present to the Emergency Room require medical care after the attack.
  • 5. Punishment Being in prison for life or more than 5 years.  If with a child under 12 you have the life punishment and no chance for probation. 
  • 6. Peoples Opinions  Some people believe that rape is rape. You shouldn’t just be punished if it is forced.
  • 7. Prostitution What is it?  
  • 8. Offenses There are a ton of different scenarios when prostitution may become an offense in public or in the private.  Offenses may be but not limited to: Disorderly Conduct, Obscene Exposure, Underage prostitution, Loitering around, etc... 
  • 9. Facts           At this given moment there are currently 40 Million prostitutes at work -Prostitution is legal in 22 different countries -The median price for prostitutes in south Africa is only $1 -$25 is the average price of prostitution in the Chicago area -$10,000 is the average hourly price for ‘High Class’ Prostitutes in America -Studies have revealed that 1 in 10 men in America have purchased or are purchasing prostitutes -The sex industry in Japan and Thailand averages to be about $35 Billion -America averages 80,000 citizens arrested each year for soliciting sex -Men aged between 35 & 44 are the highest customers of prostitution -The #1 reason men purchase prostitutes is to satisfy an immediate urge for sexual intercourse
  • 10. Punishment Punishments for Prostitutions vary dramatically  Punishments are all depending on where the prostitution is taking place and where it is by.  Punishments may range from community service to 20 years in prison. 
  • 11. Assault What is it? Intentionally hurting someone.  Aggravated Assault- wanting to do more than scare someone, like intending to rape, kill, or rob someone. 
  • 12. Statistics and Facts Only 60% of rapes and sexual assaults are reported to law enforcement officials.  Approximately 73% of rape victims knew their assailant.  Approximately 28% of victims are raped by an intimate partner, 38% by a friend or acquaintance, and 7% by another relative.  Somewhere in America, a woman is sexually assaulted every 2 minutes, according to the U.S. Department of Justice 
  • 13. Punishment  Punishment it more severe if assault is aggressive. Punishment for Common Assault        Good behaviour bond Community Service Order Suspended sentence Periodic detention Home detention Prison sentence Fine
  • 14. Drunkenness what is it?  To consume an excessive amount of alcohol
  • 15. Who is more likely to do it  The teen are more likely to drink and get drunk  The average girl has her first drink at 13, and the first boy has his at 11
  • 16. Punishment For being drunk in public you could get a ticket for public intoxication.  Sometimes you could get a night in jail until you sober up. 
  • 17. Facts      Women absorb alcohol into the bloodstream faster and metabolize it slower than men. Women who drink regularly are at significantly greater risk for liver damage than men even if they drink less or drink for a shorter period of time Excessive drinking can decrease the amount of testosterone in a man's body and cause impotence. A daily glass of wine will add 10 pounds per year Moderate use (2-3 drinks) can results a loss of motor coordination for up to 12 to 18 hours after drinking.
  • 18. Sources          http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-theu.s/2011/crime-in-the-u.s.-2011/violent-crime/forcible-rape http://statutes.laws.com/missouri/t38/c566/566_030 http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Assault+(crime) http://assaultlawyer.armstronglegal.com.au/web/page/likely_ penalty_common_assault http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/nsw/consol_act/soa198818 9/ http://findingjustice.org/prostitution-statistics/ www.google.com http://www.brad21.org/facts.html http://www.helpguide.org/harvard/alcohol_teens.htm

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