Aggravated burglary

Burglary is committed when a person tresspasses a building with the intention to steal or assault a person. Burglary is aggravated if someone is present during the burglary and the offender knew or was reckless as to the fact, or if the offender has a weapon or fake weapon.

'Imprisonment' above includes all sentences that have immediate custody as a component of the total sentence. This may include imprisonment combined with a community corrections order, a partially suspended sentence, or another custodial sentencing outcome.

This graph includes cases with a sentence of imprisonment or aggregate imprisonment only.

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Page last updated: 8 December 2020