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Robbery Quiz

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What is Robbery?

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What are the most frequently stolen items in a Robbery?

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What is the maximum sentence for robbery for young people under 18 years old?

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If you show a knife when committing a robbery you will get a longer sentence. True or False?

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If you commit a robbery on someone because they are gay you will get a longer sentence. True or False?

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If you attempt to conceal your identity by hiding your face when you commit a Robbery, you will get shorter sentence. True or False?

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Smoking weed before you committed a robbery will mean you get shorter sentence. True or False?

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The person that plays a leading role in encouraging a group of young people to commit a robbery will get a longer sentence than the others, even if they are all the same age. True or False?

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If 2 people commit a robbery but one of the doesn’t speak to the victim, then that person can’t be charged with the offence.

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If you commit a robbery while you are on a bail or a community order, you will get a longer sentence. True or False?

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Robberies against vulnerable victims i.e. old age or disabled people, will result in the offenders getting a longer sentence. True or False?

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How many robberies in England and Wales were committed by young people under 18 years old in 2019?

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Who is more likely to commit robbery?

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Who is more likely to be the victim of robbery?

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Why would a young person commit a robbery? Tick all the reasons they might give.

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Victims of robbery often report that they experience: (tick all that apply)

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Victims of robbery sometimes experience post-traumatic stress disorder (ptsd). This might mean they experience

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People who commit robbery will get a longer sentence if they filmed the incident or asked someone they knew to film it. True or False?

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What age group are most likely to be the victim of robbery?

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Who is more likely to be a victim of robbery?

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