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198B0119980617

The costs of widespread burglary in Britain are enormous - in terms of both insurance claims and emotional distress.

Over the next four weeks, Gerry Northam talks to some of the people fighting back by joining Neighbourhood Watch.

1: The residents of one rural street gather for their inaugural meeting; and the woman who had her garden stolen and is now the organisation's national leader.

198B0119980617

The costs of widespread burglary in Britain are enormous - in terms of both insurance claims and emotional distress.

Over the next four weeks, Gerry Northam talks to some of the people fighting back by joining Neighbourhood Watch.

1: The residents of one rural street gather for their inaugural meeting; and the woman who had her garden stolen and is now the organisation's national leader.

198B0219980624

Gerry Northam continues his look at issues surrounding Neighbourhood Watch.

2: The story of what can go wrong when police and volunteers do not see eye to eye.

198B0219980624

Gerry Northam continues his look at issues surrounding Neighbourhood Watch.

2: The story of what can go wrong when police and volunteers do not see eye to eye.

198B0319980701

Gerry Northam continues his look at issues surrounding Neighbourhood Watch.

3: The psychological effects of domestic burglary.

198B0319980701

Gerry Northam continues his look at issues surrounding Neighbourhood Watch.

3: The psychological effects of domestic burglary.

198B0419980708

Gerry Northam concludes his series on domestic burglary by looking at what the future may hold.

Might the police become bystanders as burglar-alarm monitoring services, insurance companies, local authorities and neighbourhood watch schemes grapple with crime which affects one house in Britain every minute?

198B0419980708

Gerry Northam concludes his series on domestic burglary by looking at what the future may hold.

Might the police become bystanders as burglar-alarm monitoring services, insurance companies, local authorities and neighbourhood watch schemes grapple with crime which affects one house in Britain every minute?