Five Stages of Violent Crime Micro – #2 1. After recognizing the signs of Intent and Interview the development of Positioning is the final proof of an impeding attack. True False2. Most criminals want to fight you to prove their dominance. True False3. Marc describes how many types of Positioning? 3 4 5 64. What type of positioning does this describe? "This is your classic jump-out-of-the-bushes type of position. The criminal puts himself in a place were you don't see him (or if you do, it is at the last minute). From this position, he can easily step out and attack. " Sneaky Surprise Closing Pincer5. What type of positioning is does this describe? "This is the second most basic form of positioning and the most common. He approaches you from a direction that traps you between himself and a large object, like a car or wall. This also entails his putting himself between you and an exit." Pincer Squeezing Closing Cornering/Trapping6. Select all that apply. It is most common for two or more criminals working together to use which type of Positioning? Closing Cornering/Trapping Surprise Pincer Surrounding7. Select all that apply. An attack is when a criminal uses ______ to get what he wants. Force The threat of force Social pressure Charm8. "The taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody or control from a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence and/or by putting the victim in fear." is the legal definition of: Bullying Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Robbery9. Whereas, the goals of __________ is entirely for the psychological gain of the aggressor. Neither the damages or the gains exist physically. This sentence applies to: Bullying Mugging10. It is important to know the difference between a threat display and an assault: Because you need to get hit before can physically defend yourself. In order to formulate an appropriate (legally justified) response. Because you can shoot someone as long as you are afraid.11. Select all the statements that apply. Most criminal attacks are lethal. Many physical assaults are continuations of threat displays. You are likely to know in advance which level of assault you will face. An attack can easily turn from the threat of physical damage to actual physical damage.12. Your reaction to an attack is likely to effect the criminals reaction. True False13. A criminal's reaction is easy to predict. True False14. According to Marc MacYoung, statistically, women who are physically injured by rapists are more likely to be injured before the sexual assault. after the sexual assault.15. AOI stands for: Action- Opportunity- Intent Act - Observe - Injure Ability - Opportunity - Intent16. A criminal needs all three elements of AOI to carryout his crime. True False17. The legal concept of Jeopardy (known dangerous behavior) is more closely related to which of the following: Ability Opportunity Intent18. Effective self-defense involves denying the criminal one or more of the elements of Ability-Opportunity-Intent. True False19. The three stages of Intent, Interview, and Positioning always occur in the same order. True False20. Select all those that apply. The Five Stages of Violent Crime: Are everything you need to know about crime and criminal behavior. Is a standardized guide by which you can assess the potential threat of a situation. Represent phases that are inherent within crime and violence. Were developed by Marc MacYoung. Name Email Time is Up!