Property and Identity Theft
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Question Description

This week’s required readings discuss the impact of having one’s property or personal information stolen. In discussions of victimization, most people immediately think of personal, physical violence. However, when one's property or identity is stolen, the harm experienced can be just as devastating.

Address the following in your initial post:

  • How prevalent are property crimes and identity theft in the U.S.?
  • What are the characteristics and risk factors of victims of these crimes?
  • Explain how victims may contribute to their victimization.
  • Is it easy to apprehend and prosecute perpetrators of these crimes?
  • Evaluate how law enforcement officials have addressed these crimes?

Your initial post must contain approximately 400 words and reference at least two scholarly sources in proper APA format.

Final Answer

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Property and Identity Theft
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PROPERTY AND IDENTITY THEFT

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How prevalent are property crimes and identity theft in the U.S.?
Property and identity theft is something that was not there in the past, but in recent years
with the development of the internet and the online world property crimes and identity theft has
been on the rise (Shover and Andy, 2006). In various areas there are usually a task force set aside
to tackle identity theft and this goes to show how big this crime is becoming, because the
rewards are instant and it can be done while the victim a...

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