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4526.5.55.001 - Home Safety and Security, Western Australia, Oct 2004  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 07/04/2005   
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Contains data on household safety, household security and household property crime in Western Australia. Conducted in October 2004 as a supplement to the Monthly Population Survey. Includes information about whether smoke alarms are installed, whether the dwelling has security features such as deadlocks on doors, security screens, a burglar alarm and whether the household experienced a break-in or attempted break-in. For households which have experienced a break-in or attempted break-in, the survey collects information about the security features of the dwelling at the time of the incident and the characteristics of the break-in or attempted break-in such as point of entry, time of day, day of week.

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