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Burglary- a social problem by Cristina Nuta -

Ask most people for their top ten fears, and you'll be sure to find being burgled fairly high on the list. An informal survey I carried out among friends at a party last week revealed that eight of them had had their homes broken into more than twice, and two had been burgled five times. To put the record to straight, none of my friends owns valuable paintings or a sideboard full of family silverware. Three of them are students, in fact.

The most typical burglary, it seems, involves the robbing of easily transportable items- the television, the video, even food from the freezer. This may have something to do with the fact that the average burglar is in his (or her) late teens, and probably wouldn't know what to do with a Picasso, whereas selling a Walkman or a vacu um cleaner is a much easier matter. They are perhaps not so much professional criminals, as hard-up young people who need some money and some excitement.

Not that this makes having your house turned upside down and your favourite things stolen any easier to accept. In most cases, the police have no luck recovering any of the stolen goods. Unless there is any definite evidence, they are probably unable to do anything at all. And alarms or special locks don't seem to help either.

The only advice my friends could come up with was 'Never live on the ground floor' and 'Keep two or three very fierce dogs', which reminded me of a case I read about, where the burglars' takings included the family pet poodle.
Therefore, people should think of efficient measures to take while leaving home for a longer or a shorter period of time. In my opinion, each district and area in a town or, even a village, should have some guardians who must control the area at each hour, and during night, too. Alarms are very efficient, too, especially when inexperienced burglars decide to rob a house. Dogs are good too, but many times robbers manage to deceive them and easily enter the house.
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Date Added: 31 July '07

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