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suspect

A person identified as possibly having an interest in buying, but who has not yet been contacted or has not yet given any evidence of interest. Contrast with a prospect, who has indicated some interest in buying and who appears to have the desire and the ability to purchase.

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When victims know they are safe to ask for an employer's help and perpetrators know that abusive behavior will not be tolerated, all employees benefit.
Alcohol and drug misuse (victims 66 percent, perpetrators 93 percent) and a history of violence (victims 24 percent, perpetrators 24 percent) were common among both patient victims and perpetrators.
However, as Moran notes, 'Domestic violence perpetrator programmes remain a controversial and often contested form of intervention as far as responses to men's violence against women is concerned.
essence, eventually, the hostage views the perpetrator as giving life by
CPAs understand the mind-set of occupational fraud perpetrators.
The analysis found that many of the perpetrators were long serving employees - 32% of them had been working for their companies for between 10 and 25 years.
The poem contained suicidal and homicidal imagery including a passage depicting a school shooting, 28 people dying, the shooter feeling no remorse, and the perpetrator shooting himself.
The respondent was then asked to indicate how often this crime had occurred, where it usually occurred, if the respondent knew the perpetrator of the crime, and, if so, what their relationship to the perpetrator was.
The expectation of a commander's personal satisfaction of a perpetrator's acts of torture, rewards, and impunity of perpetrators by law constituted important factors for the commission of torture against political opponents.
The object was to affect the trading price of MGM stock, which the perpetrator bought and sold short, on different occasions.
In at least 80 percent of sexual assaults, both the perpetrator and the victim know each other; however, alcohol-involved sexual assaults often occur among strangers or people who do not know each other well (e.