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New UNC Charlotte research focuses on the motivations and deterrants for burglary

June 3, 2013

Dr. Joe Kuhns, based in UNC Charlotte's Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, has expanded the knowledge surrounding the act of burglary. Dr. Kuhns in collaboration with other researchers around the country interviewed offenders convicted of burglary to better understand the motivations for this crime and what can be employed to deter acts of this nature.

Researcher expands knowledge of what motivates, deters burglary