ATM Crime

One of the key issues in understanding how to reduce opportunities to commit crime is to understand the offenders’ perspectives. This small-scale project is based on interviews with just six people who admitted to committing over one thousand offences, between 52 and 88 of these offences were committed at ATMs mostly ‘muggings’ or robberies. The findings provide insights into the decision making processes of those committing ATM crimes, and provide intelligence and potential learning opportunities to inform improved protection methods. Although this was small scale the findings are instructive.

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