Cases of sexual assault and incidents that involved cohabitants were excluded. Half 99 cases involved forced entry into the home. The victim and offender were acquainted in one third of cases. Seven offenders 3. Victims who avoided confrontation were more likely to lose property but much less likely to be injured than those who were confronted by the offender.
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Burglary: Crime analysis and prevention
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Responses to the Problem of Home Invasion Robbery. Summary of Responses. Your analysis of your local problem should give you a better understanding of the factors contributing to it.