Type
Crossword
Description

A person who holds other people against their will kidnapper
An illegal act crime
A person who saw the crime witness
Driving faster then the limit is speeding
A place where all criminals are kept prison
steal a car car theft
Set a bulding on fire arson
Spray paint something important vandalism
A person who breaks in to houses burglar
Stealing something from the shop shoplifting
Metal rings used to arrest people handcuffs
giving money or a gift for a person so they won't leak information or pictures of you bribery
Stealing something from other person's pockets pick pocketing
When someone kills a person. murder
A person who commited murder murderer
secretly gathering information about someone spying
taking something without paying stealing
using someone's else identity without their permission identity theft
breaking in someones house burglary
person who starts a fire intentionally arsonist

Crime + Punishment Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

taking a person against there will kidnapping
first degree _________________ murder
taking something thats not yours stealing
someone who saw the crime witness
larceny theft
being on someones propertywithout their permission trespassing
attacking someone Assault
the willful and malicious burning or charring of property or structure arson
intentional property damage, often for aesthetic purposes vandalism
more serious crimes such as murder, kidnapping and robbery felony
Less serious crimes such as shoplifting or a DUI Misdemeanor
stealing from a store shoplifting
Driving under the influence of what? Drugs
Driving while under the intoxication of what? alcohol
abusing someone your in a relationship with Domestic abuse
abusing your child child abuse
the use of legislated or otherwise authorised powers by government officials for illegitimate private gain. Abuse of authority
the recurring use of alcoholic beverages despite its negative consequences Alcohol abuse
the infliction of suffering or harm upon animals, for purposes other than self-defense animal abuse
an attempt to tarnish a person's reputation slander
verbal or physical abuse against a person based on their sexual orientation gay bashing

Criminal and Civil Law Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Offense against society crime
offense against a person tort
responsibility to do or not do something duty
held criminally responsible for people or situations vicarious criminal liability
crime punishable by confinement for more than a year felony
crime punishable by confinement for less than one year misdemeanor
unlawfully offering or giving anything of value to influence bribery
falsely making or altering writing forgery
misrepresenting facts false pretenses
one who receives stolen property fence
offenses committed in the business world white-collar crimes
wrongful taking of money or personal property theft
taking property from someone against their will robbery
breaking into someone's home or car and taking items burglary
willful and illegal burning or exploding a building arson
another word for blackmail extortion
reasonable ground for belief of criminal act probable cause
legal position taken by an accused to defeat charges defense
use of force necessary to prevent death of self or family self defense
freedon from prosecution even when one has committed crime immunity
agreeing to lesser crime in exchange for dropping more serious charge plea bargaining
hindering the administration of justice contempt of court
judgment in a civil case damages
element of a tort causation
occurs when on person intentionally puts someone in fear of harm assault
occurs when a person is intentionally shoved, hit, or pushed battery
occurs when a person is held against their will without charges false imprisonment
false statement that injures a person's reputation defamation
written words that damage a person's reputation libel
accepting and using someone else's property as your own conversion
engaging in activity even though is it dangerous strict liability
a court order for a person to do or not do an act injunction
statements made by witnesses under oath testimony

Types of Crime Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the crime of betraying one's country, especially by attempting to Treason
Fake signature with malicious intent Forgery
make a physical attack on. Assault
the criminal act of deliberately setting fire to property. Arson
the giving or offering of a bribe. Bribery
take (someone) away illegally by force, typically to obtain a ransom. Kid napping
a minor wrongdoing. Misdemeanor
Forcing someone into sexual intercourse Rape
refers to an unintentional killing Inv Manslaughter
violent or aggressive behavior within the home Domestic Violence
the concealment of the origins of illegally obtained money Money Laundering
Race between two or more cars usually short distance Drag Racing
Illegally entering a building with intent to commit a crime Burglary
action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to public or private property. Vandalism
Crime reguarded more serious that a misdemenor Felony

Crime Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Someone who commits vandalism. vandal
Unlawfully starting fires. arson
A person who illegaly takes someone prisoner. kidnapper
If you take someone's money or property against their will you are committing... robbery
People who commit computer crimes are called... hackers
The crime of intentionally killing someone. murder
People who take goods from stores without paying for them. shoplifters
People who break into homes and businesses to steal from the owners. burglars
People who steal things out of pockets and hand bags when the owners aren't looking. pickpockets
Someone who commits crimes. criminal

CRIME VOCABULARY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

PERSON WHO STEALS MONEY FROM PEOPLE'S POCKETS PICKPOCKET
PERSON WHO DESTROYS OR DAMAGES PUBLIC PROPERTY VANDAL
PERSON WHO STEALS GOOD FROM A SHOP PRETENDING TO BE A CUSTOMER SHOPLIFTER
PERSON WHO STEALS OBJECTS OR MONEY USING FORCE ROBBER
PERSON WHO STEALS WITHOUT USING VIOLENCE THIEF
OLD MAN FALLS ASLEEP IN CAR PARK AND GETS A _____________ OF 50$ FINE
WHAT SHOULD BE A SUITABLE ________________ FOR THIS CRIME? PUNISHMENT
THE JUDGE DIDN'T SEND HIM TO ________ BECAUSE HE WAS SO YOUNG PRISON
THE POLICE ______________ THE BURGLAR *VERB ENDING -ED* CHASED
THE CRIMINALS ______________ FROM PRISON *VERB ENDING -ED* ESCAPED
THE BURGLAR __________ OUT OF THE WINDOW WHEN HE HEARD THE POLICE CARS ARRIVING *VERB ENDING -ED* JUMPED
THE WOMAN _____________ AND A PICKPOCKET STOLE HER BAG *VERB ENDING -ED* TRIPPED

Crime Vocabulaty Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a human that kills another human murder
take someone away illegally by force kidnapping
a fact or object that helps to solve mysteries clue
an act that is against the law crime
a person who investigates mysteries and gathers information detective
something that helps prove who committed the crime evidence
something that is a secret and unknown mystery
a person who is believed to have possibly committed the crime suspect
someone who is harmed or suffers some loss because of the crime victim
entry to a building illegally with intent to commit a crime burglary
an act of attacking and robbing someone in a public place mugging
steal from the pockets of someone pickpocketing
the criminal act of deliberately setting fire to a property arson
forcing someone to have sex by violation rape
illegally vehicle in transit and force it to go to a different destination hijacking
the action or crime of stealing theft
move (goods) illegally into or out of a country smuggling

Criminal Justice Vocabulary Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A finding of not guilty by a judge or jury. Acquittal
The loser at a trial asks a higher court to rule the trial judge made an error. The result may be the trial court is affirmed (the winner still wins), reversed (the loser now wins), or reversed and remanded (trial court has more work to do and has to follow the rule of law established by the appeals court). Appeal
______ ____________is the details; taking the time to make sure all of the details have been examined. For example, when processing a crime scene, officers should use ______ ___________ to ensure all components of the crime scene have been examined. Due Diligence
If something has _____________ value in a case, then it is an item that can be used to prove guilt or innocence of a subject. In addition, items that have ________value show a crime did in fact take place. If an item does not have _____________value, then it is an item that has been ruled out from assisting in an investigation. Evidentiary
A crime with a lower penalty than a felony. Misdemeanor
During an arraignment, it’s a defendant's plea of ______ _________, not admitting to the guilt of the crime, but paying the penalty for it. Nolo Contendere
An inmate's early release from prison upon good behavior, as well as meeting conditions throughout the early release. Parole
a group (3 or more) of individuals who conspire and act out activities that our justice system deems illegal. Organized Crime
Crimes at a level charged higher than a Misdemeanor Felony
A Defendant's voluntary guilty plea to an offense charge, for a lesser sentence. Plea Bargain
Government action against an accused person's criminal conduct. Prosecution
Re-offending [to do the same crime twice] Recidivism
an order to appear in court. Summons
someone who takes the law into their own hands, ignoring the criminal justice process. Vigilante
The individual that the charges are against. Defense
It is the physical action of the criminal act. Actus Reus
________ __________are required whenever you are interrogating someone who is in police custody (arrested/detained) about a crime. It is important to note you do not have to read someone their _______ ________ if you are gathering initial information. However, once you start asking crime specific or detailed questions, then the ___________ ___________ has to be read. Miranda Warning
A defense to a criminal act that purports the defendant was somewhere other than the place of the crime at the time the crime occurred. Alibi
a category of crime that consists of setting a fire with the intent of causing some type of harm (excludes accidental fires). Arson
A sufficient reason based upon known facts to believe a crime has been committed or that certain property is connected with a crime. Probable Cause
This amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures. Fourth
This Amendment protects the freedom of speech, religion, press, and peaceful protest. First
This Amendment protects an individuals right of self incrimination. Fifth
Alternative to imprisonment where a person can stay in the community with supervision Probation
The use or threat of violence directed at people or governments to punish them for past action or to bring about a change of policy that is to the terrorist's liking Terrorism
The killing of one person by another, whether intentional or non intentional Homicide
Unlawful offer or attempt with force or violence to hurt another Assault
The taking of the property of another out of his or her presence by means of force and violence or the threat thereof Robbery
Acquisition of the property of another through deception Fraud
The nighttime breaking and entering of the dwelling house of another, with the intention to commit a crime or theft therein (a felony) Burglary
The theft of property or money with which one is entrusted with or responsible for Embezzlement
Wrong committed by one person against other that does not require punishment, only entitles the victim to compensation Tort
The relationship between private parties only Civil
The relationship between the misbehaving private individual and society/government Criminal
The wronged individual in a civil case Plantiff
What the plaintiff seeks to win (Money) - damages Judgement
An unintentional tort. When a person's failure to use reasonable care causes harm Negligence
Responsible for harm Liable
Legal responsibility - the obligation to do or not do something Liability
Oral statements that harm reputation Slander
Someone who helps another person commit a crime Accomplis
An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime Conspiracy
The most serious form of criminal homicide (done w/ malice) Murder
The deliberate taking of one's own life Suicide
Statement that contains information about the elements of a crime and that is provided and attested to by a person involved in committing the crime. Can be oral or written. Confession
That portion of a residence not open to the public. Sidewalks and alleys are open to the public. But the ________ is reserved for private use by the property owner or the family. Curtilage
Questioning of an unwilling person (could be a relative or friend or suspect or even a witness) that is reluctant to give you information and that is suspected of direct or indirect involvement in the crime being investigated. Interrogation
Failure to properly care for a child. Also failure to care for a property or one's actions. Neglect

CRIME CROSSWORD

Type
Crossword
Description

to take somethin without asking steal
a person who disobeys the law criminal
some criminals commit bank --------- robberies
detectives sometimes use this to figure out who commited a crime forensics
the abbreviation for an agency who solves the big crimes that happen FBI
some mysteries are like a ------ puzzle
using clues to solve a crime investigating
The people that enforce the law police
There are three branches of this government
Sherlock holmes is a --------- detective
braking other peoples property is called --------- vandalism
criminals try not to leave any -------- evidence
the crime of purposely setting things on fire arson
"the new FBI" (you'll only get this one if you've read the book) FlorianBatesInvestigations
----- theft is a big crime jewel
the crime of killing someone murder

Identity Theft Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

SSN, Date of Birth, Address, Maiden Name, Phone Numbers and Account Numbers are all examples of... Personal Information
Mail theft, trash sifting, internet, thefts and burglaries, family members and acquaintances, and scams are all ways your ______ can be stolen. Identity
________ _________ and alerts can help to prevent mail theft. Electronic Statements
________ all unnecessary paperwork. DO NOT throw it in the garbage can. Shred
Do not leave wallets and purses in your _____. car
To protect yourself from online theft, use ________ internet sites. secure
If you become a victim of fraud, file a police report with your ______ jurisdiction. local
To protect members from Identity Theft, talk to them about _________ _______ of fraud. warning signs
Protect member's information by ___________ ID. verifying
Be cautious with use of your ____. SSN
A thief can use your identity by using your _______ card and/or ATM card to drain your funds. credit
A thief can use your identity to create ___________ ________ made with your account information on them. counterfeit checks
A thief may ______ benefits under your name. claim
To help protect yourself, ______ your credit report yearly. check
To prevent theft, do not write important ___________ down and keep it in an easily accessible. information
To help keep your information safe, avoid carrying important documents in your purse or wallet, such as your Social Security _______ or multiple credit cards. card
______ ______ is when a person obtains and uses your personal information without your permission for financial gain. Identity theft
America First strives to keep its ________ safe by informing them of possible risks. members
If you obtain a stolen ID from a fraudulent member, do not give the ID ______. back
Always follow __________ procedures. security

Crimes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

stealing from a shop shoplifting
killing somebody with anticipation manslaughter
killing somebody with anticipation murder
when you leave rubbish on the street littering
when you drive after drinking alcohol drunkanddriving
if you hold someone against their will kidnapping
a gun is a ...... weapon
to find the truth there is an ..................... by the police investigation
the capital punishment in the US deathpenalty
somebody who is on a trial but has not been judged yet defendant
someone who ran away from the police fugitive
when you enter something illegally in a country smuggling
when you drive too fast speeding
A criminal is somebody who ............... a crime committed
if you don't ask permission to your parents, you do it without their consent