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Crime & Crime Prevention

Property Crime

Property crime generally includes taking money or property when there is no force or threat of force against the victims. This includes burglary, motor vehicle theft, and property or larceny theft. Arson is typically categorized as a property crime because of the destruction of property; however, arson victims may be subjected to force.

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Examining the Structure, Organization, and Processes of the International Market for Stolen Data, NIJ-Sponsored, 2014
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Financial Exploitation of the Elderly in a Consumer Context, NIJ-Sponsored, 2014
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Victims of Identity Theft, 2012, BJS, December 2013
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Impact of Victimization on Residential Mobility: Explaining Racial and Ethnic Patterns Using the National Crime Victimization Survey, NIJ-Sponsored, December 2013
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Criminal Victimization, 2012, BJS, October 2013
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Where can I locate information on the use of DNA to solve property crimes?
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What are the rates of frauds committed using the Internet?
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What steps can I take to avoid credit or check card fraud?
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