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Types of Crime

Types of Crime

Author: Sadie Pendaz

This lesson will compare and contrast the components of crimes against the person, crimes against property, and victimless crimes.

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Terms to Know
Crimes Against Property

Crimes that cause damage to, or result in loss of, property.

Crimes Against the Person

Crimes that cause injury or harm to another person.

Victimless Crimes

Crimes in which the cause and effect link is blurred and that there are no clear-cut victims.