Five Stages of Violent Crime Micro – #1 1. One of the main reasons that people are vulnerable to crime is: They don't know how to fight. They are too scared to defend themselves. They have a false impression of what criminal behavior really looks like.2. Criminals commonly use what type of strategy? Deception to allow them to lower their victims' guard. Methods as accurately portrayed by Hollywood films and TV. They hide behind bushes and underneath cars.3. Why does Marc MacYoung say that "crime is a process"? Because crime takes a lot of work to accomplish. Because certain component parts must be developed in order for a crime to occur. Because criminals are "processed" in the police station after being apprehended.4. Most crime just "comes out of nowhere". True False5. Many times, there are multiple warning signs to impending crime. True False6. Pick the most accurate sentence. The Five Stages of Violent Crime is a model that helps me understand and counter criminal behavior. Learning the Five Stages of Violent Crime will keep me safe at all times. Every criminal act always follows the Five Stages of Violent crime process.7. Choose the answers that best apply. Many times, crime victims: Ignore the signs of impending attack. Don't recognize the significance of the signs of an impending attack. Are unaware of the signs of an impending attack. Are knowledgeable about criminal behavior and how to deal with it.8. The Five Stages of Violent Crime can be thought of as a checklist of signs to watch out for. The more elements present, the more likely criminal behavior is likely to occur. True False9. Choose all the answers that apply. The Five Stages of Violent Crime is A system to help you determine if and when you are being set up for a crime or violence. A training and teaching tool. A foolproof method for thwarting a criminal. An easily explainable standard by which individuals determined if they were legally justified to use self defense tactics. Commonly taught in martial arts classes.10. Which is the correct order of the Five Stages of Violent Crime? Intent, Position, Interview, Attack, Reaction Intent, Interview, Position, Attack, Reaction Interview, Position, Intent, Attack, Reaction Interview, Intent, Position, Attack, Reaction11. Generally speaking criminals don't evaluate their targets. They attack the first person that comes by. True False12. For the Five Stages model, INTENT is What is going on inside of the person's head. Impossible to spot. The visible and discernable physiological manifestations that, a person will display when he/she is ready to commit violence. A result of not being taught proper moral behavior.13. Many people are likely to give off nonverbal leakage of their impending actions. True False14. When you "feel" that something is amiss you may be picking up intent signals at an unconscious level. True False15. Criminal violence is usually Spontaneous Irrational More of a conscious decision16. The assailant's safety is a critical factor in deciding whether or not to attack. True False17. When it comes to the criminal's Interview, you want to: Pass it. Fail it.18. Which are the five Interview types that Marc describes? Warm, Hot, Cold, Silent, Escalating Regular, Hot, Escalating, Silent, Prolonged Hot, Cold, Silent, Regular, Prolonged Regular, Hot, Scaling, Extended, Silent19. Which Interview is the most common for muggers? Regular Hot Escalating Silent Prolonged20. Which type of interview does this sentence describe? "The interview starts out normally but it rapidly turns hostile. The person or people test(s) your boundaries by escalating outrageous behavior. Every time he is not slapped down (i.e., he is successful), his behavior becomes more and more extreme until finally he attacks." Regular Hot Escalating Silent Prolonged21. Hot Interviews rely on the target: Not being able to run away. Not having a weapon available for use. Not being accustomed to dealing with extreme emotional violence and reacting in a stunned and confused manner. Not being able to call the police. Name Email Time is Up!