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Chapter 10 Menu Overview of Robbery Legal Elements of Robbery Categories of Robbery Investigation of Robberies Scenario : Honest Abe’s Autorama Scenario: Family Jewels Robbery Robbery A very serious crime Costs citizens and the government billions every year Robbery

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Menu

Overview of Robbery

Legal Elements of Robbery

Categories of Robbery

Investigation of Robberies

Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama

Scenario:Family Jewels

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Robbery

A very serious crime

Costs citizens and the government billions every year

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Robbery

A very serious crime

Costs citizens and the government billions every year

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Robbery

A very serious crime

Costs citizens and the government billions every year

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Robbery

A very serious crime

Costs citizens and the government billions every year

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Robbery

Defined by FBI as one of the eight most serious crimes in our society

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Crime Index

Collection of statistics

Compiled in FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports

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Crime Index

Compiled yearly on these crimes:

Murder

Rape

Robbery

Assault

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Crime Index

Compiled yearly on these crimes:

Burglary

Larceny-Theft

Q: 1

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Crime Index

Compiled yearly on these crimes:

Motor Vehicle Theft

Arson

Graphic

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Index Offense

One of the eight crimes the FBI considers the most serious

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Index Offense

One of the eight crimes the FBI considers the most serious

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Clear

Solve a case by:

Arresting at least one person

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Clear

Solve a case by:

Charging him / her with a crime

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Clear

Solve a case by:

Charging him / her with a crime

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Clear

Solve a case by:

Turning over for prosecution in court

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Menu

Overview of Robbery

Legal Elements of Robbery

Categories of Robbery

Investigation of Robberies

Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama

Scenario:Family Jewels

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Robbery

The unlawful taking or attempted taking of another’s personal property in his or her immediate possession..

Q: 2, 31

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Robbery

And against his or her will by force or the threat of force

Q: 3

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Force

More than merely enough to remove the property

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Force

Sufficient to overcome even slight resistance

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Fear

Caused by threat or actual injury

Q: 4

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Fear

Caused by threat or actual injury

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Menu

Overview of Robbery

Legal Elements of Robbery

Categories of Robbery

Investigation of Robberies

Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama

Scenario:Family Jewels

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Categories of Robbery

  • Residential robberies
  • Commercial robberies
  • Street robberies
  • Vehicle-driver robberies

Q: 11

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Residential Robberies

Target is a person in a private residence, hotel, trailer, or attached areas of a residence

Q: 5, 32

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Commercial Robberies

Robbery of a commercial location- bank,store, restaurant

Q: 6, 7, 8, 30

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Street Robberies

Any robberies that occur in street settings

Opportunistic, sudden and without warning

Q: 9, 10, 33

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Vehicle- Driver Robberies

Robbery of an object of value in or attached to vehicle, or from driver of vehicle

Q: 12, 34

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Armored-Car Robberies

  • Usually done by a professional
  • Much planning, speed and precision
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Armored-Car Robberies

  • Usually done by a professional
  • Much planning, speed and precision

Q: 24

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Carjacking

Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it

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Carjacking

Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it

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Carjacking

Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it

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Carjacking

Robbery of a car with driver or occupants still in it

Q: 13, 14, 28, 29

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Classification of Robbers

Professional

Drug-Addicted

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Classification of Robbers

Opportunistic

Alcoholic

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Professional Robber

Incorporates robbery into lifestyle

Robs as a means of economic support

Q: 15

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Professional Robber

Incorporates robbery into lifestyle

Robs as a means of economic support

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Drug- Addicted Robber

Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to some type of illegal drug

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Drug- Addicted Robber

Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to some type of illegal drug

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Drug- Addicted Robber

Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to some type of illegal drug

Q: 16

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Opportunistic Robber

A robber who steals small amounts of property or cash given the opportunity

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Alcoholic Robber

Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to alcohol

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Alcoholic Robber

Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to alcohol

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Alcoholic Robber

Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to alcohol

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Alcoholic Robber

Someone who robs to sustain an addiction to alcohol

Q: 17

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Menu

Overview of Robbery

Legal Elements of Robbery

Categories of Robbery

Investigation of Robberies

Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama

Scenario:Family Jewels

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Response and Approach to the Robbery Scene

Procedures and Strategies

Flexible and Observant

Q: 19

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Response and Approach to the Robbery Scene

Look For:

Fleeing suspects

Suspects opening fire

Q: 20

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Response and Approach to the Robbery Scene

Look For:

Suspect vehicle reported

Evasive actions by others

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Action Stereotyping

Misreading of common or stereotypic behaviors

May actually be the offender

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Physical Stereotyping

Misconception that a criminal is a certain type of person

Q: 21

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Situational Stereotyping

False or mistaken conclusions from the appearance of certain situations

Yeah For Us

Save the World

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Duties at the Scene

  • Apprehend the suspect when possible
  • Secure the scene, safeguard evidence
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Duties at the Scene

  • Obtain names, address and phone numbers of all witnesses and victims

addresses

phone

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The Suspect

Apprehend the suspect when possible

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The Suspect

If apprehended within 20 minutes, bring back to crime scene

Q: 22

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The Suspect

If not found for several hours, use a photo lineup to secure an identification

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The Suspect

If not found for several hours, use a photo lineup to secure an identification

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The Crime Scene

Secure entire crime scene

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The Crime Scene

Secure entire crime scene

Safeguard all evidence

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The Crime Scene

Items not disturbed until notes, photographs and sketches are completed

Q: 26

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The Witnesses

Obtain all names, addresses and telephone numbers of all witnesses and victims

Q: 25

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The Witnesses

May stay at scene- suspect brought for identification

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The Witnesses

May be transported to where suspect is being held

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The Witnesses

May be needed for photo identification if no suspect available

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Surveillance Camera

Sometimes an establishment has a surveillance camera

Graphic

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Surveillance Camera

Tape from the camera - an important tool for identifying a suspect

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Surveillance Camera

Tape from the camera - an important tool for identifying a suspect

Q: 27

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Physical evidence not found

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Physical evidence not found

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Physical evidence not found

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Physical evidence not found

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Crimes committed swiftly

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Crimes committed swiftly

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Crimes committed swiftly

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Crimes committed swiftly

Q: 18

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Investigation may be hampered by the following:

May contribute to low rate of clearance

Victims and witnesses frightened and confused

Q: 23

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Menu

Overview of Robbery

Legal Elements of Robbery

Categories of Robbery

Investigation of Robberies

Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama

Scenario:Family Jewels

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Honest Abe’s

Jim, the best salesman at H-A-A, takes a potential buyer for a test drive in a new four-wheel drive vehicle

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Honest Abe’s

She takes Jim and the new car off the main road, where she …..

HAA

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Honest Abe’s

Pulls a gun

Threatens to harm Jim

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Honest Abe’s

Orders him out of the car

Drives off into the mountains

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Honest Abe’s

As a group, answer the following:

  • Is this a robbery?
  • If so,what makes it a robbery?
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Honest Abe’s

As a group, answer the following:

  • What kind of robbery is it?
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Honest Abe’s

As a group, answer the following:

  • What evidence would you expect to collect?
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Honest Abe’s

As a group, answer the following:

  • What evidence could your witness supply?
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Honest Abe’s

As a group, answer the following:

  • How would you have your witness I.D. the suspect?
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Menu

Overview of Robbery

Legal Elements of Robbery

Categories of Robbery

Investigation of Robberies

Scenario: Honest Abe’s Autorama

Scenario:Family Jewels

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The Family Jewels

Dennis the jeweler was returning home from the Tucson Gem Show

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The Family Jewels

As he and his family left town, one of their tiresblew

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The Family Jewels

As he was changing the tire, two men appeared

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The Family Jewels

As he was changing the tire, two men appeared

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The Family Jewels

As he was changing the tire, two men appeared

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The Family Jewels

At gunpoint they relieved him of his jewels and cash

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The Family Jewels

At gunpoint they relieved him of his jewels and cash

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The Family Jewels

At gunpoint they relieved him of his jewels and cash

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The Family Jewels

At gunpoint they relieved him of his jewels and cash

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What Do You Think?

What makes this crime a robbery?

What type of robbery is it?

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What Do You Think?

What evidence would you expect to collect?

What type of robber do you think committed this crime?

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What Do You Think?

Do you think you would clear this crime with an arrest?