The sociological view of crime is that criminals are made, not born. Poverty, lack of education, broken families, and unemployment are some of the major factors blamed (Reiss & Roth, 1993). Social and demographic factors do affect the expression of crime, but the potential appears rooted in evolution. Crime is a human behavior aimed at acquisition of resources, extension of kin or group influence, protection from exploitation, or revenge for wrongdoing (Wilson & Hernstein, 1985). For some, it is also a sport that gives pleasure (Hare, 1993).