What is the legislation for theft?
What is the definition of theft?
What are the 5 points to prove for theft?
How is theft triable?
What factors cause a theft to not be dishonest?
How would a court prove dishonesty?
What does "appropriation" mean?
What is "property" in regards to theft?
What does "belonging to another" mean?
What actions show an "intention to permanently deprive"?
What legislation defines Burglary?
What is the definition of Burglary 9(1)(a)?
What s the definition of Burglary
How is burglary triable?
What are the points to prove?
Methods of entry?
What constitutes a building?
what does "part of a building" mean?
What does "trespasser" mean?
aggravated burglary section 10 theft act 1968
What is the legislation for Criminal Attempts?
what is the definition of a criminal attempt?
What are the points to prove of a criminal attempt?
What two things do NOT prevent an attempt from having taken place?
At what point of a series of events has a Criminal Attempt taken place?
What is an indictable offence?
What is the definition of a Racial/religiously aggravated offence?
section 28 Crime disorder act 1998
What is a racial group?
What is a religious group?
What four offences are considered for a racial/religious aggravated crime?
What is a Hate Crime?
Who must be informed of all Racial Incidents?
What is a hate incident?
What legislation defines Robbery?
What is the definition of Robbery?
What are the elements to prove in Robbery?
What is the meaning of “Immediately before doing so”?
What is the meaning of “uses force on any person”
What does “put in fear” mean?
What should you do when encountering a known suspect?
What are the four types of FORMAL ID?
What are the three types of informal ID?
Who has to authorise a formal ID?
Who can authorise an informal ID?
what is the minimum number of photos that can be shown in photo ID?
What type of suspects does street ID deal with?
What is the definition for Criminal Damage?
What is the legislation for Criminal Damage
What are the four types of damage?
What police action shouldbe taken in cases of accidental or careless damage?
What are the points to prove in Criminal Damage?
What constitutes "damage" in criminal damage?
What is lawful excuse?
When can someone be charged with damaging their own property?
what is the definition of a THREAT to casue criminal damage?
Section 2 Criminal damage act 1971
What are the points to prove in a Threat to damage property?
What are the point to prove in:
having articles with intent?
Section 3 criminal damage act 1971
What is the definition of assualt?
What is the legislation for assault?
(common assault and battery)
What are the three kinds of consent?
What is implied consent?
What is invalid consent?
When is consent not required?
What is common assault?
What is Actual Bodily Harm?
What is the legislation for ABH?
police officers actions at scene?
Definition of assault on police?
Definition of resisting arrest?