Crime And Punishment


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  • Types Of Offence
    • CRIME AGAINST THE LAW
      • Offence against Property
        • Theft
        • Arson
        • Bad stewardship.
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      • Offence against the person
        • Murder
        • Rape
        • Neglect/ Abuse
        • ''I shall not harm another living being""
        • More distressing to the victim.
      • Against the state
        • Terrorism
        • Selling state secrets
        • Drug dealing
        • Effect many more people than crimes against the person.
    • Crime and Punishment
      • What causes someone to commit crime
        • Social
          • Peer Pressure
          • Protest
        • Environmental
          • Upbringing
          • Poverty
          • Location
        • Psycological
          • Emotional State
          • Boredom
          • Protest
          • Addiction
          • Greed
      • Forms Of Punishment
        • Imprisonment
        • Probation
          • Under supervision of probation officer
        • Community service
          • Unpaid work that benefits the community
        • Fines
        • Tagging and Curfews
      • Aims of Punishment
        • Deterrence
          • To put potential criminals off from committing the crime.
        • Retribution
          • They should suffer because the victim/family are suffering because of what they did. Watered done revenge.
        • Reformation
          • Re-building the criminal by helping them leave crime and change there ways.
        • Protection
          • To keep society safe from the criminal
        • Reparation
          • Make the criminal pay for what they have done by making them repair damage or pay fines.
        • Vindication
          • There is no point in having a law if people ant punished if they break them. There would be chaos if punishment wasn't a consequence of crime.
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    • Religious Offences
      • Sins
        • Adultery
        • Lying
        • Directly violate Gods lords, they distress the lord.
      • May be crime
        • Abuse
        • Murder
        • Fraud
      • May not be crime
        • Adultery
        • Lying
    • All crime is bad.

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