The National Center for Victims of Crime USA

In the US Household Burglary is defined as gaining access to a dwelling by force in order to steal goods.

In the US Household Burglary is defined as gaining access to a dwelling by force in order to steal goods. Based on Bureau of Justice Statistics, National Crime Victimisation Survey, Concatenated File, 1992-2015 (U.S. Department of Justice) the 2018 National Centre for Victims of Crime Report estimates the number of recorded law enforcement Household Burglaries in the US for 2015 as approx 490 per 100,000 inhabitants. (Note these statistics also correspond to those provided by FBI Uniform Crime Report (UCR)).
USA 2015 – approx 490 per 100,000 inhabitants
Robbery is defined as stealing by force or threat of force and according to NCVS 284,722 offences were recorded in 2015. Household Robbery amounts to approx 17% of these offences and so 48,402 (approx 15 per 100,000 inhabitants) must be added to Household Burglary giving a total of 505 per 100,000 inhabitants.
USA 2015 – approx 15 per 100,000 inhabitants
Total USA 2015 Household Burglary plus Household Robbery is approx 505 per 100,000 inhabitants.

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