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DO ALARMS MAKE A DIFFERENCE ?


STATISTICS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

NUMBER OF SECURITY BUSINESSES ISSUED A LICENCE 1994 - 2005

NUMBER OF SECURITY EMPLOYEES ISSUED A LICENCE 1994 - 2005

SECURITY LICENCE ENFORCEMENT STATISTICS 2003 - 2006

Policing and Community Safety Branch
Security Programs and Police Technology Division


STATISTICS UK


The Association of Chief Police Officers’ (ACPO) alarm statistics covering the year 1 April 2006 through to 31 March 2007

The British Security Industry Association has welcomed the news of a significant reduction in false alarms across England and Wales.

A grand total of 1,149,077 security systems were reported as having a Unique Reference Number (URN) provided by police during the past 12 months. Those same systems generated 329,071 false alarms in 2006-2007, representing a drop of 51,578 on the reported 2005 figures.

Last year, the number of false alarms per system was at a record low of 0.28 – the corresponding figure for 2005 being 0.33.
This compares to 0.42 just three years ago, and 1.2 ten years ago.

The total number of genuine alarms remained reasonably steady (at 39,243) while the number of alarm activations resulting in arrest dropped by just 85 to 1,815.

 

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Homes without monitored security systems are about three times more likely to be broken into than homes with security systems.
90 percent of police believe alarms deter burglary attempts.
STAT Resources, Inc.


Homes without security systems are 3 times more likely to be broken into than homes with security systems.
The National Burglar Fire Alarm Association


Canada has the highest yearly rate of home intrusions of all the industrialized countries.
News Canada


Nearly half of all crimes committed in Canada are property related.
Statistics Canada


  • Losses due to burglary totaled an estimated $3.3 billion in 2002, with an average value of $1,549 per offence.

  • The majority of burglaries, 65.8 percent, were residential in nature, and 61.7 percent of these occurred during daytime hours. Most non residential burglaries, 57.7 percent, occurred at night

2002 FBI Uniform Crime Report

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STATISTIC LOCATIONS OF B&E

-34% of burglars entered through the front door
-23% through a first floor window
-22% through the back door
- 9% through garage
- 4% through a basement
- 2% through a storage area
- 2% only anywhere on second floor

-12% of burglaries occurred through an UNLOCKED door
-41% of ALARMED HOUSES the system was not activated

UNLOCKED door
-41% of ALARMED HOUSES the system was not activated

source Temple University (215-204-7476)

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DO ALARMS MAKE A DIFFERENCE ?

"In 1995 Canadian B&E  rate was 37 per 1000 non-alarmed premises  VS  only 4 per 1000 on alarmed. Residences with alarm systems are 9.25 less likely to have a break-in. In the same study  Total losses non-alarmed residences was over $11.5 millions , whereas alarmed properties experienced a total of only $248.000 in losses"

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