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Various Modes of Criminal Offences Course

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The word  ‘crime’  juggles up many images to us  (academician  & Non-academician), mugging to murder, and cheating on taxes to serial killing, from cybercrime to terrorist attack. Before we begin to explain the trends and patterns of crime in  Bangladesh,  we need to examine the specific definition of crime. Also, we need to learn common legal ingredients, or elements,  found in criminological literature. According to criminologist Paul Tappan, “Crime is an intentional act or omission in violation of criminal law committed without defense or justification and sanctioned by the state for punishment as a  felony or misdemeanor.” This course will help you to identify the actual criteria and specific offenses you need to know.

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According to criminologist Paul Tappan, “Crime is an intentional act or omission in violation of criminal law committed without defense or justification and sanctioned by the state for punishment as a  felony or misdemeanor.”

If we consider the above-mentioned definition of crime,  we see that there are seven basic requirements or elements of the crime. Which are the act,  legality,  harm,  causation, menswear,  concurrence, and punishment requirements. One of the most important characteristics of any crime is how often it is committed.  From such figures, we can determine crime trends,  the increases, and decreases of crime over.

  • In ordinary language, a crime is an unlawful act punishable by a state or other authority. There are several types of crime. Some of these seem similar in common usage but, they are distinct crimes under Criminal Law.
  • Theft is the most common crime that occurs in both urban and rural Bangladesh.
  • Robbery is a property crime as well as a violent crime. It is the combination of the motive for economic gain and the violent nature of  robbery that makes it so serious
  • Dacoity is a unique pattern of crime found only in the penal code as well as police. It is a criminal activity involving robbery by groups of armed bandits.
  • Hurt and Grievous Hurt, Riot, Unlawful Assembly, Wrongful Restraint and Confinement that all crime is different in nature.

This Various Modes of Criminal Offences course will help you to identify the actual criteria and specific offenses you need to know.

 

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