Anyways! Since it is allowable in game and even with the threat of Concord killing them this doesn’t stop them from doing it. So we need consequences if they do it.
|Concord : Special Victims Unit|
- Any pilot who is the victim of any gank crime or attempted gank crime
- Any victim of Crime watch Act (all degrees) or Attempted Crime watch Act (all degrees)
- Victims of Aggravated Ganking (all degrees) in High Sec
- Victims of Hulkageddon Abuse 1st Degree in High Sec
With the new unit formed, new and creative penalties will be brought into play.
- Permanently flagged as a Registered Miner Offender and as such, a SUSPECT flag will be applied.
- A fine will be issued in increments based on convictions of crime.
- 1st offense = 50mill
- 2nd offense = 100mill
- 3rd offense = 500mill
- additional offenses will incur a 100mill fine
Example 4th offense will be 200mill
- This penalty applies to all ship classes belonging to the pilot for the duration.
- Felon flag will be applied to
- A fine will be issued in increments based on convictions of crime,
- applied to online time only, so not logging in will NOT count towards the penalty time.
- 1st offense = 50mill, Criminal flag for 24 hours
- 2nd offense = 100mill, Criminal flag for 1 week
- On the 3rd offense, will be classified as a Habitual Ganker
- Crime watch Criminal flag will be applied to offender permanently.
- Character will be flagged as non-transferable.
- If the pilot is a member of a player based corporation, the corporation will be notified of sanctions.
- Taxes doubled.
- Pilot could be deported to the nearest Low Sec and not allowed back in Empire
- Should there be a biomass penalty or prevention?
The Victims Reparations Fund helps innocent victims and their families when they have no other means of paying for the financial cost of crime.
The fund is administered by the Crime Victims Reparations Board under the jurisdiction of the Concord Commission on Law Enforcement
The money in the fund comes from people who break the law.
Who May Qualify
- An innocent victim of a violent crime who suffers property loss.
- A person who legally assumes the obligations or voluntarily pays certain expenses related to the crime on behalf of the victim.
- A victim whose own behavior contributed to the crime (in those cases, benefits may be reduced or denied).
- A victim or claimant who was engaged in illegal activity at the time of crime.
- An offender or an accomplice of the offender.
- A victim who has/had a felony conviction(s).
- A victim was serving a sentence or on probation.
- Anyone who was incarcerated in a penal institution when the crime occurred. ..
Crimes that involve the use of force or the threat of the use of force and result in death or catastrophic property loss.
- Reimbursement for property damage or loss is an eligible expenses.
- Approved claims may be awarded compensation for the following only if they are related to the crime:
- Reasonable medical clone expenses
- Loss of earnings or support
- Reasonable replacement costs for item or items taken as evidence or made unusable as a result of the criminal investigation.
- Expenses which may not be reimbursed for any reason include:
- Pain and Suffering
- Property Repair
- Total recovery may not exceed 100% of the amount property loss.
- If, as a part of a criminal sentence, the court orders an offender to make restitution to the victim for an expense of replacement property, it shall not exceed 100% of the total loss + fines.