It is a form of crime wherein the burglar or thief breaks into a house in order to steal items of value or other significance.
Various sections of the Indian Penal Code met out punishment for burglary/robbery/theft such as sentence to prison for upto seven years and liability of a fine. Some sections of the Indian Penal Code addressing this crime include Sections 392, 394, 401, etc. The free PowerPoint template has the picture of a masked thief running away with his sack of loot, and a red ‘Do Not’ sign stamped onto his image clip, set against a rust background and portrays a criminal and legal offence. The template can be used by police offers and socio-legal community NGOs while addressing welfare associations about robberies in localities and how to report a thief when suspicious activities are spotted and prevent them from performing a crime. Banking and financial agencies providing burglary insurance can use the template on their websites, with details of their insurance scheme in the slides and how to avail them. School students can use the PowerPoint for presentations on the types of crime under the eyes of law, and tips to keep oneself safe from such crimes.
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