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Vocabulary for EL Civics Crime Copyright © 2012 Donna Barr All rights reserved by author. www.ESLAmerica.US “The English language website where everything has sound.”
crime unlawful activity
report a crime To tell what you saw or experienced to someone in law enforcement
battery an unlawful attack on another person by beating, hurting or touching in an offensive way
burglary breaking into another person’s house in order to steal
identity theft stealing a person’s financial information in order to use it in an unlawful way (credit card, Social Security number, etc.)
arson setting fire to property unlawfully
theft stealing, someone’s personal property without permission of the owner
tagging marking or vandalizing any surface with graffiti
kidnapping taking and hiding someone against his/her will
drug dealing buying and/or selling drugs illegally
mugging threatening or assaulting someone for the purpose of robbery
murder killing someone illegally and intentionally
flashing/indecent exposure showing one’s genitals in a public place
robbery taking someone’s property by force
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1 2 3 4 5 6 burglary report a crime flashing theft battery kidnapping
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Copyright © 2012 Donna Barr All rights reserved by author. www.ESLAmerica.US “The English language website where everything has sound.
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