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Week 6

Property Crime and Typologies

Performance Task Assignment #2

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Scenario Case Number: 0998881 Date: 20 May 2016 Reporting Officer: Colt Winchester Incident Type: Property Crime Address of Occurrence: 222 Citation Way, Happy Town, GA 15486 Witnesses: Clifford Tonell: Store owner, Male, 48, White Bo Foot: Security Officer (Employee), Male, 76, White Andrea Sianturi: Employee, Female, 27, Asian American Susan Bunion: Customer: Female, 35, Asian American Weapon/Objects Used: On May 20, 2016, at approximately 18:00, officers responded to the Socks for Feet Outlet located at 222 Citation Way. According to the Socks for Feet Security Officer Bo Foot, three people entered the store and began walking down the Big Feet area of the store. Security Officer Bo Foot observed suspect one take three dozen pairs of the Big Guy brand socks and place them down his pants. Security Officer Bo Foot then followed the three suspects into the Hammer Toe section of socks where Security Officer Bo Foot observed suspect two place two dozen pairs of the Hang Nail Free brand of socks into suspect three’s purse. As Security Officer Bo Foot approached the suspects the suspects began to run. As Suspect one began to run he bumped Security Officer Foot causing him to fall to the floor. All three suspects ran out of the store into the back parking lot of the store. The store owner Clifford Tonell identified the three suspects as: Suspect (1) Bubba Hurt Suspect (2) Skeeter Redrum Suspect (3) Summer Breeze Please refer to inventory sheet for cost of merchandise stolen. All three suspects were later apprehended and arrested at the Just for Kicks Martial Arts studio located at 626 Felony Drive. All of the property was recovered inside Skeeter Redrum’s 1969 Ford Pinto.

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Task 1. Your task as the District Attorney is to determine what charges, if any, and the penalties

(refer to Penalty Sheet in the Document Library) for such charges, for all three individuals involved in this incident. You should base your answer on an understanding of the definitions by reviewing the Criminal Code for the State of Georgia: Title 16 Crimes and Offenses: Offenses involving Theft found in the Document Library.

● Please refer to the inventory sheet for the cost of merchandise stolen.

2. Next, examine the crime scenario and give your opinion on whether the crime committed was done by amateurs or professionals. (refer to the Document Library)

3. Identify what type of criminal typology could be applied to the suspects based on your

lesson notes. (refer to the Document Library)

Formatting Requirements:

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

● Be four pages typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one- inch margins on all sides. All the information you need is in the Document Library.

● Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required assignment page length.

Self-Assessment Checklist:

Use this to check your work before you submit your assignment:

 My paper determines what charges, if any, and the penalties for the charges, if any.  My paper presents my opinion about whether the crime(s) committed were done by

amateurs or professionals.  My paper identifies the type of criminal typology that could be applied to the suspects.

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Rubric Grading for this assignment will be based on the quality of your responses, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.

Points: 250 Assignment 2: Property Crime and Typologies Performance Task

Criteria Unacceptable Below 70% F

Fair 70-79% C

Proficient 80-89% B

Exemplary 90-100% A

1. Determine what charges, if any, and the penalties for such charges, for all three individuals involved in this incident. Weight 25%

Does not determine what charges, if any, and the penalties for such charges, for all three individuals involved in this incident.

Partially determines what charges, if any, and the penalties for such charges, for all three individuals involved in this incident. The charges and penalties need further development and supporting details.

Satisfactorily determines what charges, if any, and the penalties for such charges, for all three individuals involved in this incident. Most of the charges and penalties were determined; additional details would improve this section.

Thoroughly determines what charges, if any, and the penalties for such charges, for all three individuals involved in this incident.

2. Examine the crime scenario and give your opinion on whether the crime committed was done by amateurs or professionals. Weight: 25%

Does not examine the crime scenario and give your opinion on whether the crime committed was done by amateurs or professionals.

Partially examines the crime scenario and starts to present an opinion on whether the crime committed was done by amateurs or professionals.

Satisfactorily examines the crime scenario and gives an opinion on whether the crime committed was done by amateurs or professionals. More supporting details about your opinion would improve this section.

Thoroughly examines the crime scenario and gives a solid, well-supported opinion on whether the crime committed was done by amateurs or professionals.

3. Identify what type of criminal typology could be applied based on your lesson notes. Weight: 25%

Does not identify what type of criminal typology could be applied.

Partially identifies what type of criminal typology could be applied. Additional details about the type of criminal typology would improve this section.

Satisfactorily identifies what type of criminal typology could be applied. Most of the details about criminal typology were provided.

Thoroughly identifies what type of criminal typology could be applied.

4. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements. Weight: 25%

More than 6 errors present.

5-6 errors present. 3-4 errors present. 0-2 errors present.

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Document Library

CLERKS OFFICE: HAPPY TOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT

INCIDENT INFORMATION FORM

Date:

20 May 2016

Case Number:

0998881

Reporting Officer:

Colt Winchester

ARRESTED DOB HEIGHT WEIGHT RACE GENDER PRIORS

BUBBA HURT 01/05/1990 6’05 290 lbs W M Y

SKEETER REDRUM

05/14/1992 6’0 185 lbs W M Y

SUMMER BREEZE

07/05/1996 5’07 145 lbs W F Y

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CLERKS OFFICE: HAPPY TOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT

INCIDENT INFORMATION FORM

WITNESS(S)

Date:

20 May 2016

Case Number:

0998881

Reporting Officer:

Colt Winchester

NAME ADDRESS PHONE # OCCUPATION AGE RACE GENDER

Clifford Tonell

110 FELONY DRIVE, HAPPY TOWN, GA.

444-555-777 STORE OWNER SOCKS FOR FEET 48 W M

Bo Foot

111 MISDEMEANOR DRIVE , HAPPY TOWN, GA.

444-111-3333

SECURITY OFFICER EMPLOYEE SOCKS FOR FEET

76 W M

Andrea Sianturi

136 FELONY CIRCLE HAPPY TOWN, GA.

444-999-4444 RETAIL SALES SOCKS FOR FEET 27 A F

Susan Bunion

128 FELONY LN. HAPPY TOWN, GA. 444-999-5555

CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTRUCTOR HAPPY TOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

35 A F

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SOCKS FOR FEET OUTLET INVENTORY SHEET

MAY 20, 2016

ITEM DESCRIPTION COST PER

PAIR OF SOCKS

PAIRS

MISSING TOTAL

MENS SOCKS BIG GUY BRAND $12.00 36 $432.00

MENS SOCKS HANG NAIL FREE $10.00 24 $240.00

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STATE OF GEORGIA CRIMINAL HISTORY

Subject Name(s) BUBBA HERT (AKA) HURT, BUBBA BEAUREGARD Subject Description FBI Number State Id Number DOC Number

618079JA8 GA183246 (GA) 146023-A (GA)

Social Security Number Driver’s License Number

666-66-6666 S0055-2826-4895-L (GA)

Miscellaneous Numbers

Unknown

Sex Race Skin Tone

Male White Medium

Height Weight Date of Birth

6”05’ (2016-03-16) 290 Pounds (2016-03-16) 1990-01-05

Hair Color Eye Color Fingerprint Pattern

Black (2016-03-16) Brown (2016-03-16) COPO1317161817131918 (FPC)

Scars, Marks, and Tattoos

Code Description, Comments, and Images

Unknown Code (2016-03-16) SCAR LEG, RIGHT (GA00782800) Embedded Image (GA0782800;) (2016-03-16) Prison intake photo

Unknown Code (2016-03-16) SCAR CALF, RIGHT (GA0415000) Contact agency for image

PRCD L EAR (NCIC; (2016-03-16) PIERCED EAR, LEFT (GA0415000) Contact agency for image

Blood Type Medical Condition

Unknown Code Unknown Drug abuse

Place of Birth Citizenship Ethnicity

Georgia US (1990-01-05) White

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Marital Status Religion

Single (2016-03-16) Unknown (2016-03-16)

Employment

Employment as of 1985-09-11

Occupation Metal stamping

Employer Happy Metals, Inc.

Mailing Address 1000 Violation Road Happy County Happy, GA 001133 US

Residence

Residence as of 2016-05-11

Mailing Address 6025 N Misdemeanor St. Happy Town, GA.

Telephone 444-012-5469

Fingerprint Images

Type Comments and Images

Ten print set (1985-09-11) Contact agency for image (GA0415000)

Palmprint Images

Type Comments and Images

Both palms (1985-09-11) Contact agency for image (GA0415000) Juvenile

Photo Images

Type Comments and Images

Mugshot (2016-05-11) Contact agency for image (GA0415000)

DNA Data

Encoding Method Data and Comments

STR (1989-03-28) DNA locus data table follows (GA013415Y)

Locus Value Locus Value

Amelogenin X, Y CSF1PO 11, 12

D13S317 11 D16S539 12

D18S51 12, 17 D21S11 29.1, 32.2

D3S1358 14, 17 D5S818 11, 12

D7S820 9, 12 D8S1179 11

FGA 22, 24 TH01 6, 7

TPOX 8 vWA 14, 16

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Criminal History

Cycle 001

Tracking Number 04151984375826

Earliest Event Date 2016-02-01

Arrest (Cycle 001)

Arrest Date 2016-02-01

Arresting Agency GA0415000

Subject Name(s) HURT, BUBBA BEAUREGARD

Offender ID Number 169591 (Police Dept)

Arrest Type Adult

Charge

Charge Number 01

Agency GA0415000

Charge Description SHOPLIFTING

Statute GA 943.10

NCIC Offense Code 2299

Counts 01

Severity Misdemeanor

Charge

Charge Number 02

Agency GA0415000

Charge Description UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT

Statute GA 161.41

NCIC Offense Code 3562

Counts 01

Severity Felony

Prosecutor Disposition (Cycle 001)

Prosecutor Agency GA041013A

Subject Name(s) Hurt, Bubba Beauregard

Charge Charge Number 01

Agency GA041013A

Charge Description Shoplifting

Statute GA 943.10

NCIC Offense Code 2299

Counts 01

Severity Felony

Disposition NO PROSECUTION (2016-03-13; Dismissed)

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Charge Charge Number 02

Agency GA041013A

Charge Description UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT

Statute GA 161.41

NCIC Offense Code 3562

Counts 01

Severity Misdemeanor

Disposition NO PROSECUTION (2016-03-13; Dismissed)

Court Disposition No data supplied

Sentencing No data supplied

Corrections No data supplied

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MEMORANDUM

To: Patrol Division From: Chief of Police Rodney Hurt Date: February 2, 2016 Subject: PROACTIVE EXPECTATIONS

The purpose of this memorandum is to establish increase patrols in Zone III of Happy Town. Both City Council and the Mayor are receiving numerous complaints from citizens in regards to the increase crime in Happy Town. In addition a recent News Article criticized our police professionalism.

As a result of a news story, and the concerns from our city leaders effectively immediately there will be designated patrol officers working with Vice and Narcotics to increase visibility and take a proactive approach in resolving this issue.

We will be closely monitoring the progress for the upcoming months to ensure the citizens of our city that they are safe. Remember, when it comes to enforcement efforts, our emphasis should be the quality of your service.

Rodney Hurt

Chief of Police Happy Town

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AMATUER AND PROFESSIONAL CRIMINALS

Setting aside our disgust at the disruption of our value system, there are three major differences between the professional property offender (thief) and an “amateur” thief. First, the professional has a diminished moral capacity and multiple victims, while the amateur’s damage is much more limited. Secondly, the professional plans ahead, has a modus operandi, and an outlet for his booty (fence). Thirdly, the professional can only be stopped by incarceration, while the amateur will stop when his situation changes, because his theft is often a crime of sociological pressure and temporary opportunity (addiction, extreme poverty, underlying psychological problems, etc.). In sum, the professional must be combated with all the forces of law, while the amateur needs more sociological and psychological help to get his behavior back on track. So the law’s identifying the difference is essential to the sociological remedy.

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