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By Pieter Aspe

In Brugge wordt met guy en macht gewerkt aan de opnames van een nieuwe politieserie. Alle drukte op de set krijgt plots een realistisch tintje als de wagen van de hoofdrolspeler in vlammen opgaat. In de car wordt een lijk gevonden dat met handboeien aan het stuur werd vastgeketend.Het spoor dat Van In volgt leidt naar Antwerpen, waar hij samen met Versavel en Hannelore op zoek gaat naar de identiteit van het slachtoffer en de dader.

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Of course, at present, a whole range of measures are in existence both to deter and to catch robbers. On both counts there is little room for optimism judging by this survey. Those robbers who had considered the danger of CeTY were able to counter this threat by the use of disguise and by keeping their faces hidden. Many saw screens as an advantage in carrying out the robbery. Screens kept them away from staff who might threaten them. Alarms also were not viewed with any particular fear, and the risk of their being sounded was often taken into account in the planning of the raid.

Of course, at present, a whole range of measures are in existence both to deter and to catch robbers. On both counts there is little room for optimism judging by this survey. Those robbers who had considered the danger of CeTY were able to counter this threat by the use of disguise and by keeping their faces hidden. Many saw screens as an advantage in carrying out the robbery. Screens kept them away from staff who might threaten them. Alarms also were not viewed with any particular fear, and the risk of their being sounded was often taken into account in the planning of the raid.

The interviewees were asked whether these security systems and measures deterred them from undertaking a burglary. The 27 responses by probationers and inmates are shown in Table 3. As can be seen, the presence of security guards would appear to be the most effective deterrent against commercial burglary. The presence of houses/premises overlooking the target, and the installation of external and internal eeTY cameras were also seen as important. 36 Butler Table 3. Security systems that deter the burglar Security guards Burglar alarm External CCTV Internal CCTV PIR sensors Alarmed windows Bolted doors Alarmed doors Premises overlooked Lights left on Goods in secure cage Goods in display cabinet Goods chained up Goods linked to alarm Yes Percent No Percent 18 5 67 19 41 41 37 19 4 15 52 7 15 9 22 16 16 17 22 26 23 13 25 23 24 20 20 33 81 59 59 63 81 96 85 48 93 85 89 74 74 II II 10 5 4 14 2 4 3 7 7 II 26 26 But other individual measures such as an alarm system or the locking of goods in either a display cabinet or a secure cage seem to do comparatively little to dissuade the burglar from committing a crime.

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