The first three aren’t even things you can turn people in for. They pretty much have to be caught in the act. While I hate it when people drive drunk, alerting a cop that it already happened isn’t going to change anything, and warning them that a guy does it regularly won’t work.
As for the rest, I won’t turn in anyone for drug dealing of any kind in on its own. Weapon smuggling is why criminals have guns, so of course I turn that shit in. Minor tax evasion is, I assume, stuff the IRS would just audit you for and have you fixed, so I don’t think I can turn anyone in for that. The major stuff I would, because I’m tired of that “taxes are stealing” mindset and I have no tolerance for greed.
I guess I could have left out extortion, since I can see some versions that I consider moral. But I decided it’s mostly a horrible thing, and the few exceptions don’t count. Same with blackmail. Embezzling is always wrong, however.
I accidentally didn’t vote on the stealing stuff, but would do it for anything that was done more than once–as long as it is actual stealing, and not stuff like “taking too much of something offered for free.”
I’m just not sure about what minor fraud is, so I didn’t pick it, but went with major fraud. I skipped minor vandalism as I assumed stuff like spraypainting and stuff, and I can’t report what I enjoy looking at. Major vandalism gets it, though.
Everything down from there until kidnapping is violence, so it’s obviously reported. Kidnapping might arguably not be violent, but it’s still horrible. I can’t do “espionage” and “treason,” though, because they depend on a form of tribalism.
Minor assault can mean getting into a fight with a horrible person, and I can’t turn people in for that. Major assault I can, though. And of course I turn in any form of murder.
One thing you may note is that none of these are different for non-loved ones unless it’s someone who is horrible, and these are the only illegal things to pin on them. As I said, I reject tribalism. People who hurt other people are evil, and need to be stopped.