Problem

Criminal trespass

Other Names:
Trespassers
Trespass
Nature:

Criminal trespass is illegally entering into or remaining in a building or structure. This is distinguished from burglary by the fact that no other crime is intended.

Incidence:

In the UK in 1994 it was estimated that over 100,000 people were likely to be living semi-legally on somebody else's property. These include gypsies and squatters.

Broader Problems:
Criminals
Related Problems:
Criminal intrusion
Values:
Crime
Trespass
Problem Type:
D: Detailed problems
Subject(s):
Societal Problems Crime
Date of last update
21.05.2019 – 17:22 CEST