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This research study designed to inform the reader on the phenomenon of repeat burglary victimization as it applies to single residential family homes. This research used Henderson Police Department data to examine the prevalence of repeat victimization, and the situational factors that accompany this phenomenon. The main concept that is being examined in this paper is the time period in which most repeats happen, the analysis will be conducted using a 6-year time frame divided into equal time blocks. Repeat attempted burglaries are also analyzed to identify any similar patterns amongst these crimes. The study is composed of approximately 3,700 reported cases of burglary and attempted burglary in the City of Henderson, Nevada from years 2011-2016.
Burglary; Repeat Burglary
Criminology | Criminology and Criminal Justice
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Donnelly, Joshua W., "Hotspot Homes: An Analysis of the Situational/Contextual Factors, Windows of Opportunity, and Attempted Burglaries on Repeatedly Burglarized Residential Homes" (2018). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 3245.
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