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Burglary Statistics All Homeowners Should Know [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Burglary Statistics Infographic

Burglary Stats All Homeowners Should Know

Rate per 100,000 Burglaries
9.3 drop between 2013 to 2012
15.0 drop between 2013 to 2009
16.5 drop between 2013 to 2004

Annual Burglary Decline
Approximately a decline of 29,574 annual burglaries 2013 to 2012
Approximately a decline of 47,700 annual burglaries 2013 to 2009
Approximately a decline of 52,470 annual burglaries 2013 to 2004

In the USA 610 out of 100,000 people will be burgled
Metropolitan area – 613.3 out of 100,000 people will be burgled
City outside Metropolitan area – 737.9 out of 100,000 people will be burgled
Nonmetropolitan area – 491 out of 100,000 people will be burgled

Chance of Burglary Per Region
Northeast – 10.8% chance of burglary
Midwest – 19.9% chance of burglary
South – 45.2% chance of burglary
West – 24.2% chance of burglary

Number of Burglaries In A Residence
Residence (dwelling) – 1,425,732
Residence Night – 394,852 = 27.7%
Residence Day – 755,178 = 53%
Residence Unknown – 275,702 = 19.3%
73.9% of burglaries are in residences

Number of Burglaries In A Nonresidence
Nonresidence (store, office, etc.) – 502,733
Nonresidence Night – 205,639 = 40.9%
Nonresidence Day – 183,031 = 36.4%
Nonresidence Unknown – 114,063 = 22.7%
(26.1% of burglaries are in non-residences)

Types of Entries
Forced entry 1,022,551 = 59.3%
Unlawful entry 592,856 = 34.3%
Attempted forcible entry 111,067 = 6.4%

Amount Stolen and Recovered
$14,741,818,452 in property was stolen
$2,832,231,843 in property was recovered
19.2% of all property was recovered

Burglaries occur every:
16.4 seconds
4 a minute
220 an hour
5,270 a day

Source: FBI

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