Home Invasion Statistics (INFOGRAPHIC)

Law enforcement around the country have noticed that home invasions have had a steady increase since 1995, when “home invasion robberies” were first brought to the limelight on “The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.” The majority of states do not categorize “home invasions” as a unique crime, but instead specify the actual crime committed once the criminals are inside the residence, such as homicide, assault, rape kidnapping, or robbery. Because of the confusing nature of the different state laws and crimes, verifiable statistics are hard to come by for home invasions in the United States. What we do know is that 1 in 5 homes in the US will be broken into or experience some sort of home invasion – in other words, more than 2,000,000 U.S. families! These statistics are frightening – arm yourself.


See the infographic below for more information:
Home Invasion Statistics
Via: Homeowners Insurance

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