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*  Crime in South Korea
Violent crimes (such as homicide, assault and arson) and property crimes (such as theft, fraud and vandalism) make up around ...
*  Metal theft
... in South Africa is rampant, with an estimated of R5 billion per annum lost due to the theft. The stolen metal ... Metal theft is "the theft of items for the value of their constituent metals". It usually increases when worldwide prices for ... "Theft of Scrap Metal". Center for Problem-Oriented Policing. Retrieved 2014-01-19. "Ferrous Infrastructure Theft on the Rise". ... Aside from the economic impact, the theft also impacted people's lives, this includes the death of six children due to theft of ...
*  Cattle raiding
The theft of livestock are practiced in many pastoral cultures and are often paired with myths of the abduction of women ( ... In North America, especially in cowboy culture, cattle theft is dubbed rustling, while an individual who engages in it is a ... Once again in January 2012, ethnic clashes related to cattle theft killed between 2,000 and 3,000 people and displaced as many ... Failure to brand new calves facilitated theft.[citation needed] Conflict over alleged rustling was a major issue in the Johnson ...
*  Theft
Grand theft is contrasted with petty theft, theft that is of smaller magnitude or lesser seriousness. Theft laws, including the ... or theft over $300 during a declared emergency. Theft in the second degree means theft above $300, theft from the person of ... Taxation as theft Theft Act Usufruct White-collar crime Specific forms of theft and other related offences Art theft Bank ... Petty theft is the default category for all other thefts. Grand theft is punishable by up to a year in jail or prison, and may ...
*  Bicycle theft
... has increased in recent years. According to the British Transport Police, theft and bicycle damage has grown 67% ... According to an estimate from the NCVS there was an estimated 1.3 million incidents of theft of or theft from bicycles. ... Bicycle theft is a common crime committed in areas with high population as well as on college campuses. According to the Police ... Bicycle theft is the crime of stealing a bicycle. According to the International Crime Victim Survey (2000), 56% of bicycle ...
*  Garbage theft
... with the laws against theft of garbage often focused on preventing identity theft. Garbage theft may be punishable as petty ... Garbage theft has historically been used as a means of committing identity theft, with criminals using bank and credits card ... Garbage theft is a colloquial term for the illegitimate removal of items from a dumpster, or other waste disposal container. ... Due to the typically low value of stolen items, in most countries garbage theft is not treated as a major crime, ...
*  Sand theft
... is a worldwide phenomenon. Beach theft, the large-scale removal of sand to the point that entire stretches of a ... Although sand theft does not seem to be a serious problem at first, it is nonetheless a serious problem as the removal of sand ... Beach theft is illegal removal of large quantities of sand from a beach leading to full or partial disappearance of the beach. ... A beach theft was discovered in Jamaica in July 2008. The beach at Coral Springs, in Jamaica's northern parish of Trelawny, was ...
*  Laptop theft
... is a significant threat to users of laptop and netbook computers. Many methods to protect the data and to prevent ... Victims of laptop theft can lose hardware, software, and essential data that has not been backed up. Thieves also may have ... In the 2011, Bureau Brief prepared by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research it was reported that thefts of laptops ... This startling trend in burglaries lends itself to an increase in identity theft and fraud due to the personal and financial ...
*  Newspaper theft
... Checklist, Student Press Law Center[dead link] Newspaper Theft Forum, Student Press Law Center[dead link]. ... In response to high-profile incidents, laws specifically against newspaper theft, including the theft of large numbers of free ... The Student Press Law Center has tracked college newspaper thefts since 2000. In 2012, 27 newspaper thefts were reported by ... Newspaper theft is a form of censorship in which a large portion of the print run of a newspaper or other publication is stolen ...
*  Horse theft
... sheep theft, highway robbery and other major thefts. In 19th-century Russia, horse theft made up approximately 16 percent of ... Horse theft is the crime of stealing horses. A person engaged in stealing horses is known as a horse thief. Horse theft was ... Punishment for horse theft can still be severe, as one woman in Arkansas was sentenced to 60 years in prison for the 2011 theft ... Horse theft today is comparable to Automobile theft; a crime punishable by felony jail time. Both horse and car are valuable ...
*  Joke theft
... is not limited to stand-up comedy. Often jokes in film and television shows are taken from comics or even other ... With this came a new type of joke theft in which the first comic to tell a stolen joke on some sort of media became the one ... Joke theft is the act of performing and taking credit for comic material written by another person without their consent. This ... In the 1970s, joke theft became more prominent with the boom in popularity of comedy. The 1980s and 1990s saw the popularity of ...
*  Hair theft
... has been a recurrent problem in various parts of the world where human hair is in demand either for commercial ... Sexually motivated hair theft has also been reported - the work of hair fetishists known in the 19th century as "plait cutters ... What sort of aggression is this? Our girls are sacred and we will apply the law with great force." Not all hair theft is ... More outbreaks of hair theft occurred in Brazil in 2008, the victims including a woman in Aracaju whose 1.5 m (4 ft 11 in)-long ...
*  Fire Theft
... may refer to: The theft of fire for the benefit of humanity as a mythological theme. The Fire Theft rock band and ...
*  Medal theft
... is the theft of awards for military action, civil service, and achievements in science or sports. Medals and ... Felony charge for student in Nobel medal theft[dead link] Zaharov-Reutt, Alex (8 March 2007). "Ignoble Nobel medal theft sees ... "8 detained for Tagore medal theft". The Tribune. Kolkata. March 26, 2004. "Noble medal theft". IndianExpress. New Delhi. ... Peacetime theft of medals prior to 1980s was quite rare. A well known case occurred on the day of the Decembrist revolt, ...
*  Gene theft
Australia considers DNA theft laws United Press International, Nov 10, 2008 Smith, Deborah. Theft of DNA should be a crime: ... In bioethics and law, gene theft or DNA theft is the act of acquiring the genetic material of another human being without his ... Australia's legislature debated a two-year jail sentence for such theft in 2008. In the United States, eight states currently ... DNA theft should "be a criminal offence", May 21, 2002. ...
*  Document theft
... is the crime of stealing documents of historical, literary, or cultural interest from public or private archives ... These crimes were largely the product of a personal obsession, illustrating the range of motives in document thefts. Convicted ... O'Neal Parker, Lonnae (July 6, 2012). "Thefts of Documents Brought Landau Seven-Year Sentence". Washington Post. ,access-date= ... permanent dead link] "New York Historian Admits Theft of Presidential Letters - Book News - Entertainment". Military.com. 2008- ...
*  Organ theft
... was considered a belief and a popular urban legend topic that an organized scheme exists to steal human organs for ... Organ theft in Kosovo has been widely reported. Coma 1977 novel by Robin Cook Coma 1978 film, based on the aforementioned novel ... an Alex Rider novel in which the title character is kidnapped and sent to a facility for organ theft in the South East Asian ... in which the main characters who are tourists are abducted in the Brazilian countryside for purposes of organ theft Organ ...
*  A Theft
... is a 1989 novel by the American author Saul Bellow. Bellow originally wanted to publish the book as a story or serial ... The ring's apparent theft leads Clara into a series of psychological crises and forces her to confront a long-buried complex of ...
*  Library theft
Smiley's thefts were discovered by a librarian at Yale University who found a razor blade left in the library. In 2007, intern ... Theft from libraries is the crime of stealing books, DVDs or other media from libraries. It is typically prevented by ... One study commissioned in the UK estimated the average loss rate of libraries to theft at 5.3%. In the U.S. state of ... "Historian in theft plot seeks to sell off assets". CBS News. September 26, 2011. Retrieved December 4, 2011. Japanese man ...
*  Theft (disambiguation)
Theft may also refer to: A Theft, a 1989 American novel "The Theft", a 2006 metalcore song Theft: A Love Story, a 2006 ... Theft is the illegal taking of another person's property without that person's freely-given consent. ...
*  Snatch theft
... is a criminal act, common in Southeast Asia, South America, and Southern Europe, of forcefully stealing a ... It is typical for two thieves to work together and ride a motorcycle, moped, or other type of motorbike to make theft and ... One person steers the vehicle while another, the snatcher, does the act of theft itself. However, some snatch thieves work ... 2016 Comatose snatch theft victim regains consciousness "she fell victim to a snatcher" Tribune India Aug 30 2015 12:41AM Woman ...
*  Gasoline theft
... can be applied to cases when fuel is stolen from a station without payment or when a vehicle driver takes it ... Gasoline theft (sometimes known colloquially as fill and fly, gas and dash and drive-off) is the removal of gasoline from a ... With typical gas thefts costing station owners in the range of $50 per incident, many stores have fought back by installing ... The rate of fuel theft is accelerating as fuel prices climb, tempting more employees to steal fuel. Employees can either siphon ...
*  Wage theft
... is the denial of wages or employee benefits that are rightfully owed to an employee. Wage theft can be conducted ... Anecdotal evidence suggests that tip theft, which is a legally complex issue distinct from wage theft and not necessarily under ... 3.8 billion due to auto theft in 2012. Studies have found inflated rates of wage theft violations in markets employing women ... Wage theft in America: Why Millions of Working Americans Are Not Getting Paid - And What We Can Do About It. New Press. ...
*  Vanity Theft
... : VT Tour Diary (2011) Vanity Theft: The Lost Tapes (2012) Neises, Kris (3 February 2007). Vanity Theft to play ... Vanity Theft - Get What You Came For, Consequence of Sound Hill, Brittany (23 February 2015). Vanity Theft co-founder Brittany ... Dayton's Vanity Theft is memorable, The Cincinnati Enquirer (4 January 2011). Film At 11: Vanity Theft, Magnet (magazine) ... Vanity Theft, Autostraddle (7 January 2011). This Just In: Introducing Vanity Theft, AfterEllen Mojica, Frank (13 January 2011 ...
*  Data theft
The phrase data theft is actually a misnomer, since unlike theft the typical data theft methods typically do not deprive the ... Data theft is a growing phenomenon primarily caused by system administrators and office workers with access to technology such ... In some countries this term is incorrect because it is considered that theft is of a thing (material object) and information is ... Notable acts of data theft include those by leaker Chelsea Manning and self-proclaimed whistleblowers Edward Snowden and Hervé ...