1234.0 - Australian and New Zealand Standard Offence Classification (ANZSOC), 2011  
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Contents >> Division 06 >> SUBDIVISION 061 ROBBERY


The unlawful taking of property, with intent to permanently deprive the owner of the property, from the immediate possession, control, custody or care of a person, accompanied by the use, and/or threatened use, of immediate force or violence.

This subdivision is further disaggregated on the basis of whether or not the robbery involved aggravating circumstances.

Offences in this subdivision are classified into the following groups:

    0611 Aggravated robbery
    0612 Non-aggravated robbery

    Demand money with menaces (where the demand is made face-to-face and there are no further threats)
    Robbery that does not involve threats or coercive measures to be carried out in the future

    0611 Aggravated robbery
    Robbery involving any of the following aggravating circumstances:
    • infliction of injury or violence on the person;
    • possession/use of a weapon; or
    • committed in company (i.e. by two or more persons).

    Armed robbery not resulting in an injury
    Administer drugs with intent to steal

    0612 Non-aggravated robbery
    Robbery not involving any aggravating circumstances as defined in Group 0611, Aggravated robbery.

    Robbery not involving any aggravating circumstances
    Demand money with menaces not involving any aggravating circumstances

    Demand money/property with menaces via indirect means e.g. a letter. These are coded to Group 0621, Blackmail and extortion.
    Theft from a person without the use of force, threat of force or putting the person in fear. These are coded to Group 0821, Theft from a person (excluding by force).

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