North Dakota Home Security Systems
North Dakota enjoys a violent crime rate that is more than 80% lower than the national average, and a property crime rate that is lower than the national average by over 27%. That said, reported burglaries in North Dakota increased by 22% from 2010 to 2011, according to CityRating.com and AG.ND.gov.*
In 2011, 2,227 burglaries were reported in North Dakota, with nearly 55% of them being residential in nature. More than 45% of these burglaries involved forced entry.
Burglary in North Dakota resulted in $2.7 million in property losses in 2011. This averages out to $1,254 per incident in lost property. Only 13% of burglaries in North Dakota were cleared, a rate that is on par with arrest rates for burglary throughout the U.S. But the implication is clear: if you lose property in a burglary, you are unlikely to get it back.