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    Crime Reduction Toolkits

   Domestic Burglary

 
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Toolkits Homepage
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Toolkits Content
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Introduction
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What do we know
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Local Solutions
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Tackling The Problem
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Making It Happen
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Resources
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Innovation
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Practical Tools
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Contact Points
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Toolkit Index

Contents

1. Introduction

About this toolkit
Understanding burglary

2. What Do We Know About Burglary

Fact & Figures
Recorded Crime Figures
British Crime Survey
Trends

Risk Profile
Overview
Households
Home Security
Times
Point and method of entry 
Contact with offenders 
Items stolen 
Cost 
Distance traveled to commit crime

National Strategy
Targets
Best Value
Related Government initiatives

 

3. Developing Local Solutions for Local Problems

Assessing the Local Situation
Outline Approach 
Use of information systems
Identifying Problems 
Analysing causes

Drawing Up A Local Strategy
Developing Potential Solutions
Agreeing Priorities
Generating Ideas
Appraising Options
Developing up a balanced programme

4. Tackling Burglary

Evaluated options 
Who can help and local solutions

5. Making It Happen

Introduction 
Planning for action
Setting local targets 
Tracking Progress & Achievement
Issues of Implementation

6. Resources

7. Innovation

8. Practical Tools

9. Contact Points

10. Information

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