human value

Crime

Other Names:
Criminality
Crimes
Criminal
Criminalization
Criminals
Related Problems:
Crime
Sexual offences
War crimes
Racial intimidation
Criminals
Urban crime
Fear of crime
Violent crime
Criminal gangs
Economic crime
Juvenile delinquency
Border incidents and violence
Corporate crime
Organized crime
Political crime
Statutory crime
Dishonest employees
Criminal attempt
Unethical industrial practices
Victimless crime
Unethical commercial practices
Criminal insanity
Criminal contempt
Criminal coercion
Criminal trespass
Vandalism
Unreported crimes
Corruptive crimes
Unethical practices in politics
Criminal sex rings
Acceptance of violence
Drug-related crime
White-collar crime
Unethical intellectual practices
Military offences
Criminal subculture
Criminal harassment
Criminal conspiracy
Crimes by the state
Complicity
Criminal offences against the environment
Trade unionism
Criminal concealment
Crimes against trade
Offences against human security
Crimes related to foreign relations and export trade
Criminal solicitation
Criminal facilitation
Irresponsible scientific and technological activity
Undocumented violations of human rights
Criminal harm to property
Crimes against humanity
Terrorist havens
Property damage
Criminally life endangering behaviour
Miscarriage of justice
Excessive community crime
Disabled victims of crimes
Periods of high crime rate
Criminalization of abortion
Criminalization of drug use
Theft
Offences of general applicability
Neglect of victims of crime
Unethical practices by employees
Offences involving danger to the person
Aiding consummation of crime
Criminalization of euthanasia
Unethical sporting practices
Government sanctioned killing
Unjust punishments for crimes
Firearms and explosives crimes
Inadequate prevention of crime
Government inducement to crime
Deprivation of means of self-defence
Criminalization of prostitution
Inaccurate criminal stereotypes
Unethical practices of government leaders
Unethical practices in prisons
Unethical professional practices
Crimes against national security
Unethical trade union practices
Journalistic irresponsibility
Civil crimes committed during war
Excessive leniency in sentencing of offenders
Ineffective war crime prosecution
Official protection for offenders
Aiding national security criminals
Unethical pharmaceutical practices
Criminal violation of civil rights
Unethical practices in transportation
Congenital criminal characteristics
Irresponsible experts
Unethical practices of public service employees
Criminal investment in youth market
Unethical media practices
Government complicity in illegal activities
Confinement for non-criminal reasons
Unethical practices concerning movement of people
Unethical military practices
Armed crimes against national security
Business complicity in organized crime
Inadequate development of international criminal law
Punitive public attitudes towards crime
Securities and commodities exchange violations
Crimes committed during high unemployment
Unsolved crimes
Limited criminal liability of corporations
Unethical insurance practices
Unethical practices in the apparel industry
Deficiencies in the criminal justice system
Unethical real estate practice
Delay in administration of criminal justice
Vulnerability of high technology systems
Denial of right to freedom from double jeopardy
Inadequate evidence to convict known offenders
Crimes related to military service obligations
Unethical construction practices
Obstruction of international criminal investigations
Unethical practices in the leisure industry
Crimes committed in hospitals and health care facilities
Lack of facilities for disturbed children
Remission of sentences for military crimes against humanity
Government failure to prosecute offenders
Crimes against the integrity and effectiveness of government operations
Failure to legally rehabilitate victims of miscarriage of justice
Crimes committed in urban schools
Crimes against the family
Vagrancy
Government approved employment of war criminals
Preponderance of male criminal offenders
Recidivists
Neighbourhood control by criminals
Crimes related to national security information
Denial of right of accused to segregation from convicted criminals
Crimes against life
Criminal association
Senescent crime
Crimes in the home
Criminal killing of animals
Elderly prisoners
Discriminatory bail conditions
Criminal intrusion
Hired criminals
Compounding a crime
Robotic crime
Excessive cost of effective prosecution of offenders
International police infiltration by criminals
Predominance of certain ethnic groups in drug-related crime
Crimes against intangible property
Recreational crime games
Crimes committed during civil unrest
Criminalization of sexual relations out of wedlock
Rape by military personnel
Criminal negligence
Denial of right to a legal defence
Police crimes during narcotic investigations
Locales of high crime rates
Copycat crimes
Revisionism and anti-marxist crimes
Increasing female criminality
Crimes related to immigration, naturalization and passports
Criminal menacing
Computer-based crime
Criminal omission to act
Intimidation of victims of crimes
Criminal usury
Vicarious criminal liability
Abuse of rights of criminal suspects
Discrimination against homosexuals
Ineffective legislation against organized crime
Alcohol-related crime
Maltreatment of prisoners by fellow inmates
Denial of right to be informed of criminal charges
Tools for criminal use
Punitive amputations
Excessive portrayal of crime in the media
Crime reduces profitability
Corporate crime in the pharmaceutical industry
Denial of right of juvenile criminals to segregation from adult criminals
Proliferation of weapons in civilian hands
Crimes against government and public property
Criminal threat
Misprision
Crimes of passion
Employment of criminals in policy-making contexts
Crime deters improvement
Transnational organized crime
Strategies:
Researching juvenile delinquency
Preventing youth crime
Combatting organized crime
Implementing standards in crime prevention
Guaranteeing rights of victims of abuse of power
Preventing urban crime
Developing minimum rules for the administration of criminal justice
Protecting the environment through criminal prosecution
Developing a global crime prevention information system
Promoting grassroots cooperation against crime
Combatting international crime
Helping children in conflict with law
Studying criminal activity
Reducing criminal activity
Preventing neighbourhood crime occurrence
Developing international penal law
Gathering limited liability
Detaining prisoners for criminal offences
Authorizing preliminary examinations of suspects of crime
Exiling radical offenders
Authorizing arbitration of minor crime by police
Authorizing temporary detention of suspects of crime
Requiring restitution for criminal offences
Deterring crime through warning devices
Engendering anti-crime postures in the public
Suspending privileges of law-breakers
Maintaining crime investigation force
Punishing criminals with prison programme
Applying legal fines for criminal offences
Assuming crime control responsibility
Demanding public protection against crime
Informing about public apprehension of criminals
Strengthening cooperative security measures
Demanding re-socialization of criminals
Supporting corrective penalties
Developing civic operations for crime management
Providing criminal law enforcement
International penal code
Defining criminal offences against the environment
Punishing war criminals
Punishing international criminals
Implementing legislation against organized crime
Studying recidivism
Exposing scandal in the military
Prosecuting criminal trespass
Committing criminal trespass
Having due consideration for criminals
Reducing crimes committed during high unemployment
Reporting crimes
Reducing criminal violation of civil rights
Managing criminal violence and disorders
Providing havens for war criminals
Prosecuting civil crimes committed during war
Involving organized crime
Investigating sex crimes
Investigating war crimes
Studying criminality
Engaging in urban crime
Allaying fear of crime
Researching violent crime
Using criminal gangs
Researching economic crime
Researching frontier crimes
Researching corporate crime
Researching organized crime
Researching statutory crime
Researching employee crime
Researching industrial crime
Researching victimless crime
Researching commercial crime
Researching criminal insanity
Using criminal contempt
Using criminal coercion
Engaging in criminal mischief
Researching corruptive crimes
Researching political crime
Researching criminal sex rings
Tolerating crime
Researching drug-related crime
Researching white-collar crime
Researching intellectual crime
Researching khaki-collar crime
Joining criminal subculture
Using criminal harassment
Using criminal conspiracy
Researching crimes by the state
Being complicit in crime
Researching environmental crime
Using criminal syndicates
Concealing criminals
Researching crimes against trade
Researching crimes against peace
Researching cross-frontier crime
Studying criminal use of science
Researching crimes against property
Researching crimes against humanity
Causing criminal harm
Judging criminals
Researching community crime
Assisting victims of crimes
Studying periods of high crime rate
Researching property acquisition crimes
Researching crimes
Preventing crime
Inducing crime
Creating criminal stereotypes
Reducing criminal activity within prisons
Researching criminal activity of professions
Studying crimes against national security
Studying criminal activity by trade unions
Studying criminal involvement of the press
Prosecuting war crimes
Protecting criminals
Studying criminal activities of pharmacists
Studying congenital criminal characteristics
Studying criminal involvement by consultants
Exposing criminal connections with the media
Exposing government links to organized crime
Exposing criminal involvement in travel abuses
Taking punitive public attitudes towards crime
Studying stock-exchange and bourse related crimes
Studying crimes committed during high unemployment
Screening crimes
Requiring full criminal liability of corporations
Researching criminal involvement in insurance industry
Researching criminal involvement in clothes production
Researching deficiencies in the criminal justice system
Researching criminal involvement in the property sector
Administering criminal justice
Researching crimes related to military service obligations
Obstructing international criminal investigations
Exposing criminal involvement with the entertainment industry
Exposing crimes committed in hospitals and health care facilities
Researching urban crime
Studying criminal subculture
Studying criminal syndicalism
Reducing community crime
Studying criminal activity within prisons
Engaging in crimes against national security
Reducing criminal activity by trade unions
Studying criminal use of transport services
Researching criminal involvement in the construction industry
Executing criminals
Providing residential care for juvenile criminal offenders
Decreasing residential care for juvenile criminal offenders
Improving criminal justice system
Using crime
Counselling disabled victims of crimes
Rehabilitating disabled victims of crimes
Correcting criminal violence
Dismissing criminal charges
Deterring criminal behaviour
Reducing delay in administration of criminal justice
Delaying administration of criminal justice
Covering up miscarriage of criminal justice
Miscarrying criminal justice
Reducing miscarriage of criminal justice
Incriminating in crime
Framing criminals
Committing crime
Correcting criminal stereotypes
Improving safeguards against computer crimes
Coping with inadequate development of international criminal law
Improving punishment of international criminals in their own countries
Providing inadequate punishment of international criminals in their own countries
Increasing effectiveness of war crime prosecution
Increasing efficiency of system of crime detection
Ensuring just punishments for crimes
Punishing crimes
Acknowledging criminal insanity
Providing international criminal court
Opposing international criminal court
Determining criminal liability
Providing multiple liability for an single criminal act
Reducing incidence of criminal behaviour
Assisting criminal police authorities
Enforcing criminal taxation laws
Protecting society against criminals
Suppressing war crimes
Harmonizing criminal law
Linking criminal justice documentation
Preventing criminal activity
Developing criminal procedure
Combatting money laundering
Combatting international commercial crime
Studying criminal law
Counteracting criminality
Implementing effective crime prevention strategies
Detecting criminal activity
Devising effective crime prevention strategies
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values