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Infographic: Burglary Statistics in the UK

Every 45 seconds in the UK, there is an attempted burglary, and every 76 seconds, it’s successful.

Explore the statistics and what you can do about it in this infographic produced by GJD and IFSEC Global.com.

Burglary in the UK: An infographic presented by GJD and IFSEC Global

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16 Comments on "Infographic: Burglary Statistics in the UK"

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shehan
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Thanks for the great info graphics, it really scares my when you see the stats. How safe is your house and family is a question.

Rob Ratcliff
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Thanks for the feedback, we were really happy with this graphic!

batye
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in reality we never safe… as criminals most of the times have better technology than police…

Rob Ratcliff
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Don’t forget you can embed this on your own site too! Use the code at the bottom of the article (above the comments)!

ITs_Hazel
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I’m definitely spreading the word about this. These stats are worth sharing. Thanks for the instructions, Rob!

Rob Ratcliff
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Well, don’t know about better technology. Maybe cyber criminals but not your average burglar. But they are more flexible and adaptable.

batye
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yes, Rob you are right… Cyber criminals have a newest tools …. 

ITs_Hazel
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Not necessarily. I mean, I’m sure some have access to newer tools, but those who don’t make do with what they have and use it craftily to do their dirty deeds. A shame, really, because they could’ve put their talents to good use.

StaceyE
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I was surprised to see that it is happening just as often in the UK as it is in the US. It seems there are bad people everywhere trying to take what they have not earned.

ITs_Hazel
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It is surprising and it’s unfortunate that there seems to be no shortage of these bad people all across the world.

StaceyE
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@ ITs_Hazel
It is unfortunate. You can go to the most beautiful place in the world and you could still get mugged.

Rob Ratcliff
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Absolutely. It’s natural really that where there is morality there must be immorality.

StaceyE
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Yin and yang…good and evil….

batye
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interesting to know… same problem we have in Canada as crime moving from big cities in the small one… it sad… but reality…

StaceyE
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@ batye
Crime is everywhere anymore. I remember as a kid being able to sleep out on the front porch with my cousins, we never locked the front door…heck, most of the time it was left wide open. We didn’t worry about someone coming to hurt us…the most we worried about was a neighbor smelling dinner cooking through the open door and walking in to invite themselves to dinner. Times have changed.

batye
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I have almost the same memory of my past… but now we are living in the new world… sad reality…