Theft Essay Topics

Consequences of Shoplifting

Shoplifting is not a game…Its when someone takes something of value from another person without permission and with the intent to keep it for oneself. Since recently being caught shoplifting I have had to face the consequences for the bad mistake I made. I can’t tell you how scared I was and how I felt… View Article

One Year in a Life of Crime

There are many contributing factors that can lead to living a life of crime, totally unaware of how self-satisfying actions can negatively affect the people around you. The show HBO’s America Undercover “One Year in a Life of Crime”, is a perfect example of how there can be many factors that will lead you down… View Article

The Lady of Warka

We consider Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” to be one of the greatest works of art known to man. People discuss how perfectly proportionate her face is, and how great a portrayal of the human face it is. However, no one comments on a similar work of art from a much, much earlier time; “The Lady… View Article

Description of a Personal Experience

It happened on one Saturday evening. My mother and I went shopping to buy a gift for my father. After much thought my mother decided to buy a gold ring. We went to a goldsmith’s shop. The sales assistant showed us a lot of gold rings in various designs. My mother was enchanted by a… View Article

General Safety and Security

* Investment in surveillance camera systems by school districts ensures parents and guardians that the general safety and security of children are being addressed during schools hours and at all after-school extracurricular activities and programs. 2. Crime Deterrent * The presence of highly visible surveillance cameras at strategic locations in buildings and public areas/premises of… View Article

Online Identity Theft

Many of us do not think twice about giving our credit card number or personal information over the internet. But after reading this, you’ll probably change the way you interact online. Identity theft is a form of stealing someone’s identity in which someone pretends to be someone else by assuming that person’s identity, usually to… View Article

Contemporaneity Rule

It is a principle of English law that the actus reus and mens rea must coincide. That is they must happen at the same time. This is sometimes referred to as the contemporaneity rule or the coincidence of actus reus and mens rea. However, the courts often apply a flexible approach in holding that the… View Article

Criminal Activity

Explain how the Internet has aided criminal activity. The internet has aided criminal activity by communicating with each other without having to be near, as well as fraud and identity theft. The rise of the Internet over the last decade has paralleled some of the greatest milestones in communications history. Along with such great strides… View Article

Larceny: Theft and Webster Dictionary

Larceny is “the unlawful taking of personal property with intent to deprive the rightful owner of it permanently”, defined by the Merriam – Webster dictionary. There are different levels of larceny. There is Grand Larceny which is usually defined as theft of a more significant amount of property. In the United States it is often… View Article

Case Analysis on Private Fitness, Llc

I. Background/Issues and Concern Rosemary Worth was talking about the consequences of a theft that had recently occurred at the business she owned, Private Fitness, LLC. Private Fitness is a small health club located in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, an upscale community located in the Los Angeles Area. As manager of the business, Rosemary hired… View Article

Raw by Scott Monk: Thematic Essay

Raw, written by Scott Monk is a simple, yet thought provoking book exploring the themes of teenage rebellion, its effect on institutionalization. The story revolves around the experiences of, Brett a young offender is sent to a detention centre to reform and attain a second chance in life. As a result Brett is sent to… View Article

Prison Term Policy Recommendation

The legal definition of armed robbery, according to The Free Dictionary by Farlex is “The taking of money or goods in the possession of another, from his or her person or immediate presence, by force or intimidation.” (Free Dictionary, 2009) This is not to be confused with larceny. An armed robbery is defined when a… View Article

Shoplifting: Theft and People

Today shoplifting is one of the most common forms of theft in the United States. Shoplifting is now the number one cause for smaller stores to fail in today’s market. The small stores are also the ones the usually carry the smaller items which are the easiest to receive the “five fingered discount” on. The… View Article

High school essay on Robbery and burglary

Developing conclusions based upon current trends with Robberies and Burglaries is a very difficult task. For many cases, many robberies and burglaries go unsolved. Unless the perpetrator is caught at the scene of the crime, these types of crimes are very difficult to be solved. Robberies and Burglaries are usually quick, sometimes planned out, and… View Article

How can a criminal record affect your life?

What is a criminal record? A criminal record is a document that lists a person’s criminal and penal convictions pronounced by the courts of Canada in accordance with federal laws such as the Criminal Code of Canada. However, violating a traffic rule of the Quebec Highway Safety Code is not a criminal offence and would… View Article

Prison Term Armed Robbery

As you know all robberies are felonies and with the use of weapons brings tougher penalties towards the crime committed by the individual. While all robberies are considered to be violent crimes certain states took the initiative to raise the punishment when a violator uses a weapon of choice to rob. This means the person… View Article

Shoplifting Problem

Shoplifting is a very big problem in America. Shoplifting affects more than the offender. It overburdens the police and the courts, adds to a store’s security expenses, costs consumers more for goods, costs communities lost dollars in sales taxes and hurts children and families. Not all shoplifters are the same, there are two distinct types…. View Article

Listo Systems

Listo Systems management decide to implement “ Black Box”, a new anti theft data security system to tackle recent increase in data theft. The new anti theft system will influence the movement of data as well as the working style of entire staffs. Cami Machado, an experienced staffs of Listo system who was handling “… View Article

Identity Theft: How to Protect Your Personal Information

Identity theft began to emerge as a serious problem in the mid-1990s. It has been coined by many leading experts in the criminal justice arena as the “crime of the new millennium”. Identity theft without a doubt is the fastest growing crime in our society. Between 2010 and 2011 it is estimated that 10 million… View Article

Characteristics of a White Collar Criminal

Anyone that has taken a class or even worked a “hint” of a white collar crimes understands that Edwin H. Sutherland is responsible for coining the term. In his book, White Collar Crime, Sutherland defines white collar crime as “[a]pproximately as a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the… View Article