taking a person away by force and keeping them prisoner
copying things such as banknotes, letters, official documents, etc.
killing a person by accident or negligence
forcing someone to have sex with you
deliberately setting fire to a building, a forest, etc.
taking control of an aeroplane, train, etc. by force, usually to make political demand
demanding money or favours from someone by threatening to reveal a secret about them
stealing money that is placed in your care
printing or publishing something which is untrue and damages another person’s reputation in some way
breaking into a house, a flat, etc. in order to steal things
deliberately destroying or damaging public property
attacking and robbing people in a public place
entering someone's land or property without permission
moving goods illegally into or out of a country