Crime definition

Crime means a misdemeanor or a felony.
Crime means any of the following offenses, acts, and violations as defined by the statutes of the state of Colorado, whether committed by an adult or a juvenile:
Crime means any act or omission that is:

Examples of Crime in a sentence

  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and Department of Public Service and Administration, p.

  • The investigations will include Michigan State Police Background checks (ICHAT) and may include the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Finger Prints.

  • The Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria (the Commissioner) has also produced group accounts, which consolidate the single entity statements of the Chief Constable and the Commissioner.

  • PaCCS aims to deliver high-quality and cutting-edge research to improve our understanding of current and future global security challenges (including Transnational Organised Crime).

  • The PRSRA 2011 provides that there will be a Police and Crime Commissioner for each police area with responsibility for ensuring the maintenance of the police force for the area, securing that the police force is efficient and effective and holding the Chief Constable to account.

More Definitions of Crime

Crime means a violation of a penal law of this state for which the offender, upon conviction, may be punished by imprisonment for more than 1 year or an offense expressly designated by law as a felony.
Crime for purposes of this Chapter shall mean:
Crime means conduct that occurs or is attempted in this state, poses a substantial threat of personal injury or death, and is punishable as a felony or misdemeanor, or would be so punishable but for the fact that the person engaging in the conduct lacked the capacity to commit the crime under the laws of this state. “Crime” does not include conduct arising out of the ownership, maintenance, or use of a motor vehicle, motorcycle, motorized bicycle, train, boat, or aircraft except for violations of section 321.261, 321.277, 321J.2, 462A.7, 462A.12, 462A.14, or 707.6A, or when the intention is to cause personal injury or death. A license revocation under section 321J.9 or 321J.12 shall be considered by the department as evidence of a violation of section 321J.2 for the purposes of this subchapter. A license suspension or revocation under section 462A.14, 462A.14B, or 462A.23 shall be considered by the department as evidence of a violation of section 462A.14 for the purposes of this subchapter.
Crime means conduct which is prohibited by statute and for which the actor may be sentenced to imprisonment, with or without a fine. Crimes include misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, and felonies. DWIs and DUIs are included in this definition and must be disclosed. Do NOT include petty misdemeanors in your disclosures as these are not crimes.
Crime means an offence under the Criminal Code (Canada), other than an offence prescribed by the regulations made under paragraph 209.4 (f) of the Canada Labour Code (Canada); (“acte criminel”)
Crime means an act, including an act resulting in injury
Crime means an act committed in this state which, if committed by a competent adult, would constitute a crime, as defined in s. 939.12.