And with the intention of permanently depriving the owner of the property.
Sexual Assault, Rape
A rape or sexual assault occurs when an individual engages in nonconsensual sex of any kind with the victim.
If a victim does not give permission, they have not given consent. Silence does not necessarily mean consent has been given, although it might reasonably be construed to have been given, depending on the specific circumstances.
Sexual conduct may include the following:
Touching or fondling a sexual or intimate bodily part of the victim with the purpose of the sexual gratification of either party.
This may occur with or without clothing.
This may include coerced touching by the victim of either party.
Violent Crime Statistics
Violent Crime Data, 2010:
1,246,248: the number of nationwide violent crimes in 2010 as reported by the FBI.
The highest number of crimes reported: aggravated assault, at 62.5%.
The second highest number of reported crimes: robbery, at 29.5%.
The third highest number of reported crimes: forcible rape, at 6.8%.
The fourth highest number of reported crimes: murder, at 1.2%.
Firearms were used in 67.5% of all murders.
Firearms were used in 41.4% of all robberies.
Firearms were used in 20.6% of all aggravated assaults.
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