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Canada - Burglary rate

442.2 (cases per 100,000 population) in 2015

In 2015, burglary rate for Canada was 442.2 cases per 100,000 population. Between 2006 and 2015, burglary rate of Canada was declining at a moderating rate to shrink from 770.8 cases per 100,000 population in 2006 to 426.6 cases per 100,000 population in 2015.

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What is burglary rate?

“Burglary” means gaining unauthorised access to a part of a building/dwelling or other premises; including by use of force; with the intent to steal goods (breaking and entering). “Burglary” should include; where possible; theft from a house; appartment or other dwelling place; factory; shop or office; from a military establishment; or by using false keys. It should exclude theft from a car; from a container; from a vending machine; from a parking meter and from fenced meadow/compound. (UN-CTS M4.6)

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What is Canada burglary rate?

Date Value Change, %
2015 442.2 3.67 %
2014 426.6 -3.71 %
2013 443.0 -12.19 %
2012 504.5 -3.80 %
2011 524.4 -9.04 %
2010 576.5 -5.56 %
2009 610.4 -3.51 %
2008 632.6 -9.88 %
2007 702.0 -8.93 %
2006 770.8 -4.87 %
2005 810.3 -6.25 %
2004 864.3