Charlotte Residential Burglary Victimization Survey: Exploring Post-Burglary Adaption from a Victim’s Perspective
A revised study conducted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte exploring Post-Burglary Adaption from a Victim’s Perspective
A groundbreaking study conducted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte provides a fascinating look into the mind of a burglar by examining the behaviors of convicted offenders in three states.
Research conducted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte unveiled a new, more accurate way to measure the effectiveness of false dispatch programs designed to reduce police response to burglar alarms.
A 2006 survey of Salt Lake City, Utah citizens revealed widespread disapproval of a city ordinance that will only dispatch police to a burglar alarm if someone at the scene can verify that a crime is being committed.
A comprehensive five-year study conducted by researchers at the Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice (SCJ) in Newark, N.J. found that residential burglar alarm systems decrease crime.