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Results of the Residential Break and Enter Offender Study

Results of the Residential Break and Enter Offender Study

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  1. Results of the Residential Break and Enter Offender Study Emma WorthingtonAndrew Webber

  2. Background of the Study • 229 offenders interviewed • 17 correctional centres • 66% response rate • Asked: • About experiences • About demographics • To ratecharacteristics of homes

  3. Age of Offenders Interviewed

  4. Motivation for Offending

  5. Drugs Taken (Comparison)

  6. Income Gained (Comparison)

  7. Choosing Targets

  8. Checklist of Home Features “ • Imagine a home you are thinking of breaking into. Let’s say you are 50/50 right now on whether to break in. I’m going to change something about the home, and I want you to tell me whether you would break in now. ”

  9. Checklist of Home Features

  10. Detractors

  11. Attractors

  12. No Difference

  13. Average Rating

  14. Typologies: Inexperienced

  15. Summary of Features Detractors Mixed Attractors

  16. Photo Features

  17. Summary of Features Detractors Mixed Attractors

  18. Conclusion • Offenders are experts • Primarily motivated by drugs, but: • Respond rationallyto cues • Consciouslyconsider cues • Some features more effective • Useful for evidence-based policy

  19. Policy Recommendations • Drug treatment for offenders • Awareness raising re: security/design features (for public and industry)