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Armed Robbery in Co.Meath
More armed robberies
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Financial Institution Robbery
Armed Robbery
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Latest Crime Statistics
CSO report says 75% of burglaries are not detected
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Hairdressers Robbed
Hairdressers Robbed at Knifepoint
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€12,000 TAKEN IN CREDIT UNION RAID
Credit Union Armed Robbery
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57% of firms have experienced an increase in crime
Small Firms Association-Crime Survey results 2012
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Armed Robbery-Cavan Bank
Armed raiders terrorise bank staff
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Stephen Heffernan
Unique position in the world of Risk Management & Security
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Garda killed in Credit Union robbery
Armed Robbery on Credit Union
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Businessman and family attacked
7 men attempt to take a businessman and his family hostage in their own home,in Tipperary
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House burglaries
Almost half of burglaries took place while residents were
present
In almost half (49%) of all burglaries someone was present in the home at the time of
the burglary, a slight decrease from 51% in 2006. In 5% of reported burglaries a
weapon was threatened or used, while inju
ries were incurred in 2% of all burglaries.
There was no financial cost to the household in 34% of burglaries, while more than a
fifth involved losses of €1,270 or more.
See tables 1.6-1.9.
The rate of households being burgled only once has increased from 85% in 2006
to 88% in 2010, indicating a slight decrease in repeat victimisation.
Of households that experienced burglaries, 25% did not report these occurrences
to the Gardaí. The rates of non-reporting decreased since 2006 when 30% of
households did not report the burglary. Of those who did not report a burglary,
36% believed that the incident was not serious enough or did not involve any loss.
Another 35% believed that the Gardaí could (16%) or would (19%) do nothing,
while 9% did not wish to involve the Gardaí, and 7% reported having solved the
incident themselves
cso figures

SERIMA1 Security Risk Management
17 Lakelands
Bridgetown
Wexford
Ireland
Phone: 00353 (0)53 9135998
Mobile: 00353 (0)86 4019245
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