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In this video, three ex-burglars discuss what makes an ideal target, and the best ways to protect your home.
A quarter of people who have their homes broken into suffer anxiety, depression or other mental health problems afterwards, according to a new study.
There were almost half a million complaints to councils last year about noisy or inconsiderate neighbours. We explain how to stand up for your rights.
Probes into half of all property crimes in the capital, including robberies and break-ins, were dropped by Scotland Yard in 2013, new figures have shown.
One in five homes lack contents insurance with 18 to 35-year-olds more likely to shun cover. But as burglary rates fall, is cover necessary? We take a look.
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