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by John Marshall MacDonald
Author: John Marshall MacDonald
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd; Most likely First Edition. C-1 edition (June 1, 1975)
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The Robin Hood Tradition - The Problem of Robbery - The Stickup - The Offenders - The Victims - The Origins of Robbery - Homicide and Robbery - Bank Robbery - Skyjacking - False Reports of Armed Robbery, John M. Macdonald and C. Donald Brannan - Criminal Investigation, John M. Macdonolad and . Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station03. cebu on November 19, 2019.
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In this book, to date his largest volume, Dr. MacDonald gives us another in his series of studies of criminal behavior. In addition to two specific types of robbery-bank robbery and skyjacking-Dr. He has written on rape and murder as well as indecent exposure and general considerations of psychiatry and the criminal. In all of his books he presents a breadth of material, statistical and clinical, which illustrate his text. MacDonald introduces two chapters by Lt. C. Donald Brannan of the Denver Police Department on the criminal investigation and reporting of armed robbery.
Offenders and Their Victims: Fine in fine dust jacket. Bibliographic Details. Title: Armed Robbery. Offenders and Their Victims. Publisher: Charles C. Thomas, Springfield. Publication Date: 1975.
Armed Robbery: Offenders and Their Victims, Charles Thomas, Springfield, I. oogle Scholar. Gun availability and robbery rates: A panel study of large . Law Policy 8: 135–148. National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence (1969). Crimes of Violence, Vol. 1. Staff Report, . Government Printing Office, Washington, D. Normandeau, A. (1968). Trends and Patterns in Crimes of Robbery, Unpublished P. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take anything of value by force, threat of force, or by putting the victim in fear. According to common law, robbery is defined as taking the property of another, with the intent to permanently deprive. According to common law, robbery is defined as taking the property of another, with the intent to permanently deprive the person of that property, by means of force or fear; that is, it is a larceny or theft accomplished by an assault. Precise definitions of the offence may vary between jurisdictions.
Macdonald, John M. (1971). Rape offenders and their victims,. Springfield, Ill : Thomas. Macdonald, John M. Rape offenders and their victims, by John M. Macdonald. With a chapter by Hunter S. Thompson Thomas Springfield, Ill 1971. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1971, Rape offenders and their victims, by John M.
Each year in the US two thirds of a million people are the victims of robbery
Similar books to Armed Robbers In Action: Stickups and Street Culture (New England Series In Criminal Behavior). Kindle (5th Generation). Each year in the US two thirds of a million people are the victims of robbery. Puts our own 'crime wave' into perspective. The authors of this slight volume sought out and interviewed many a robber for their survey. Their conclusions were hardly worth the effort. Most robberies were committed for money. Victims were often other offenders - notably drug dealers who would be carrying large amounts of cash and who would not go to the police. They had other means of redress.