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Criminal Justice 2011 Chapter 10: ROBBERY Criminal Investigation The Art and the Science by Michael D. Lyman Copyright 2011.

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1 Criminal Justice 2011 Chapter 10: ROBBERY Criminal Investigation The Art and the Science by Michael D. Lyman Copyright 2011

2 10.1 Understand the motivations behind the crime of robbery Identify the legal elements of the crime of robbery List the steps to follow in the preliminary investigation of robbery offenses Identify various types of physical evidence found in robberies Appreciate the role of the witness in a robbery investigation Explain the function of the neighborhood canvass during a preliminary investigation. CHAPTER SUMMARY

3 Understand the motivations behind the crime of robbery. Learning Objectives After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome 10.1

4 Robbery Motives Money 2.Thrills 3.Drugs and alcohol 1.Money 2.Thrills 3.Drugs and alcohol

5 10.1 Robbery Down 2.2%

6 Bank Robberies Reported to the FBI 10.1 Here are the totals for all Bank incidents in 2010 including robberies: RobberiesBurglaries Larcenies Commercial Banks Mutual Savings Banks4740 Savings and Loan Associations Credit Unions Armored Company302 Total5,546748

7 Total $$ Taken 10.1 Total Loot Taken in 2010 broken down by type Photo placeholder Cash$42,535, Securities—Face Value$ Checks (Including Traveler’s Checks) $479, Food Stamps$0.00 Other Property$ Total$43,016,099.07

8 $1321 average per robbery $4201average bank robbery Robbery Statistics 10.1 $$$ taken in robberies $$$ taken in robberies

9 Identify the legal elements of the crime of robbery. Learning Objectives After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome 10.2

10 Robbery Defined 10.2 The Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines robbery as the taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence or by putting the victim in fear The Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines robbery as the taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence or by putting the victim in fear

11 List the steps to follow in the preliminary investigation of robbery offenses. Learning Objectives After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome 10.3

12 Robbery Investigation Steps 10.3 One: Respond to the scene - no lights or siren Two: Assess the situation/handle emergencies/make arrest Three: Protect the crime scene Four: Identify and briefly interview witnesses Five: Send out crime broadcast Six: Thoroughly interview witnesses Seven: Recover video recordings, collect evidence, document scene

13 Physical Evidence Testimonial Evidence Robbery Investigation 10.3 Conviction

14 Identify various types of physical evidence found in robberies. Learning Objectives After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome 10.4

15 Evidence in Robbery Investigations 10.4 Fingerprints Binding material DNA Fired cartridges Notes

16 Robbery Investigation 10.4 Collecting Evidence Photo placeholder

17 Appreciate the role of the witness in a robbery investigation. Learning Objectives After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome 10.5

18 Robbery Investigations 10.5 Witnesses Photo placeholder

19 Finding Witnesses 10.5 At the scene Neighborhood canvas Crime stoppers Offer rewards or seek informants

20 Explain the function of the neighborhood canvass during a preliminary investigation. Learning Objectives After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome 10.6

21 The Neighborhood Canvas 10.6 Seek witness near likely escape routes and question residents and business owners in the area Seek witness near likely escape routes and question residents and business owners in the area

22 The Neighborhood Canvas 10.6 While the canvass is in progress, officers should look for evidence discarded by the suspect during his or her escape. While the canvass is in progress, officers should look for evidence discarded by the suspect during his or her escape.

23 The Neighborhood Canvas 10.6 Because many citizens are apprehensive about the presence of officers at their residence, investigators should immediately state their intended purpose is to place the citizen at ease.

24 The Neighborhood Canvas 10.6 Seek witness near likely escape routes and question residents and business owners in the area Seek witness near likely escape routes and question residents and business owners in the area

25 The Neighborhood Canvas 10.6 It is important for the officer to stress the significance of all information, regardless of how meaningless it appears to the citizen. It is important for the officer to stress the significance of all information, regardless of how meaningless it appears to the citizen.

26 Robbery In General… Learning Objectives After this lecture, you should be able to complete the following Learning Outcome

27 Robbery Types Residential Street Commercial Based on the location School

28 Robbery Types Based on the location

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30 Robber Types Threatened Weapon Robbery Strong-arm Robbery Armed Robbery Based on the force involved

31 Robber Types Drug Addict Robber Opportunistic Robber Professional Robber Based on the typology Alcoholic Robber

32 Class Exercise Classify this robbery by type, location, and force Photo placeholder

33 Summarize the trends and elements of robbery. Differentiate between the types of robbery. Identify robber types and characteristics. Explain how a robbery investigation is conducted. Describe the use of evidence and witnesses in robbery investigations. CHAPTER REVIEW


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