General Crime Program
WHAT IS GENERAL CRIME?
General Crime is ANY crime committed other than sexual assault, battering, or child abuse/neglect.
A crime victim includes any person who suffers loss, harm, or trauma as a result of a crime. If
the victim is deceased, "victim" means the surviving spouse or next of kin.
A crime victim is an innocent person who suffers harm when someone else breaks the law.
Some examples of General Crimes are:
- Elder Abuse/Neglect
- Hate/Bias Crimes
- Terroristic Threats
- Vehicular Homicide