Figure 1 : Sentencing outcomes for all charges of aggravated burglary (870 charges)Note : The graph only includes data for the most severe sentence imposed for the charge. For example, only imprisonment is included for combined orders of imprisonment and a community correction order. Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 2 : Imprisonment lengths for charges of aggravated burglary (539 charges)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 8 years, and the median is 2.5 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 2.5 years and half are above.

Note : The graph only includes imprisonment that was not part of an aggregate sentence (non-aggregate imprisonment).

Figure 3 : Youth justice centre order lengths for charges of aggravated burglary (10 charges)Range and median : The minimum youth justice centre order length is 0.5 years, the maximum is 2 years, and the median is 1 year, meaning that half of the youth justice centre order lengths are below 1 year and half are above.

Note : The graph only includes youth justice centre orders that were not part of an aggregate sentence (non-aggregate youth justice centre orders).

Figure 4 : Community correction order lengths for charges of aggravated burglary (145 charges)Range and median : The minimum community correction order length is 1 year, the maximum is 5 years, and the median is 2 years, meaning that half of the community correction order lengths are below 2 years and half are above.

Figure 6 : Sentencing outcomes for charges of aggravated burglary by financial year (870 charges)Note : The graph only includes data for the most severe sentence imposed for the charge. For example, only imprisonment is included for combined orders of imprisonment and a community correction order. Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 7 : Number of charges of aggravated burglary by financial year (870 charges)
Figure 8 : Average imprisonment lengths for charges of aggravated burglary by financial year (539 charges)Note : The graph only includes imprisonment that was not part of an aggregate sentence (non-aggregate imprisonment).

Figure 9 : Average community correction order lengths for charges of aggravated burglary by financial year (145 charges)
Figure 11A : Sentencing outcomes for all people for cases of aggravated burglary (454 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 11B : Sentencing outcomes for males for cases of aggravated burglary (420 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 11C : Sentencing outcomes for females for cases of aggravated burglary (34 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 11D : Sentencing outcomes for people aged under 25 for cases of aggravated burglary (91 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 11E : Sentencing outcomes for people aged 25 to 54 for cases of aggravated burglary (350 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 11F : Sentencing outcomes for people aged 55 and over for cases of aggravated burglary (13 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 12A : Imprisonment lengths for all people for cases of aggravated burglary (406 cases), including imprisonment only (284 cases) and imprisonment combined with a community correction order (CCO) (122 cases)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 11 years, and the median is 3 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 3 years and half are above.

Figure 12B : Imprisonment lengths for males for cases of aggravated burglary (379 cases)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 11 years, and the median is 3.17 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 3.17 years and half are above.

Figure 12C : Imprisonment lengths for females for cases of aggravated burglary (27 cases)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 8 years, and the median is 1.67 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 1.67 years and half are above.

Figure 12D : Imprisonment lengths for people aged under 25 for cases of aggravated burglary (77 cases)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 8.67 years, and the median is 2.25 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 2.25 years and half are above.

Figure 12E : Imprisonment lengths for people aged 25 to 54 for cases of aggravated burglary (318 cases)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 11 years, and the median is 3.25 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 3.25 years and half are above.

Figure 12F : Imprisonment lengths for people aged 55 and over for cases of aggravated burglary (11 cases)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is 0.5 years, the maximum is 7 years, and the median is 3.67 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 3.67 years and half are above.

Figure 12G : Imprisonment lengths without a community correction order (CCO) for cases of aggravated burglary (284 cases)Range and median : The minimum imprisonment length is 0.33 years, the maximum is 11 years, and the median is 4 years, meaning that half of the imprisonment lengths are below 4 years and half are above.

Figure 13A : Non-parole periods for all people for cases of aggravated burglary (284 cases) Range and median : The minimum non-parole period is 0.67 years, the maximum is 8.33 years, and the median is 2.42 years, meaning that half of the non-parole periods are below 2.42 years and half are above.

Note : Imprisonment terms do not include a community correction order.

Figure 13B : Non-parole periods for males for cases of aggravated burglary (270 cases)Range and median : The minimum non-parole period is 0.67 years, the maximum is 8.33 years, and the median is 2.38 years, meaning that half of the non-parole periods are below 2.38 years and half are above.

Note : Imprisonment terms do not include a community correction order.

Figure 13C : Non-parole periods for females for cases of aggravated burglary (14 cases)Range and median : The minimum non-parole period is 1.5 years, the maximum is 6 years, and the median is 2.75 years, meaning that half of the non-parole periods are below 2.75 years and half are above.

Note : Imprisonment terms do not include a community correction order.

Figure 13D : Non-parole periods for people aged under 25 for cases of aggravated burglary (45 cases)Range and median : The minimum non-parole period is 0.75 years, the maximum is 5.5 years, and the median is 2 years, meaning that half of the non-parole periods are below 2 years and half are above.

Note : Imprisonment terms do not include a community correction order.

Figure 13E : Non-parole periods for people aged 25 to 54 for cases of aggravated burglary (230 cases)Range and median : The minimum non-parole period is 0.67 years, the maximum is 8.33 years, and the median is 2.5 years, meaning that half of the non-parole periods are below 2.5 years and half are above.

Note : Imprisonment terms do not include a community correction order.

Figure 14A : Imprisonment lengths combined with a community correction order for cases of aggravated burglary (122 cases)Range and median : The minimum combined order length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 4 years, and the median is 0.76 years, meaning that half of the combined order lengths are below 0.76 years and half are above.

Figure 14B : Community correction order lengths combined with imprisonment for cases of aggravated burglary (122 cases)Range and median : The minimum community correction order length is less than 1 month, the maximum is 3.5 years, and the median is 2 years, meaning that half of the community correction order lengths are below 2 years and half are above.

Figure 16A : Community correction order lengths for all people for cases of aggravated burglary (41 cases)Range and median : The minimum community correction order length is 1 year, the maximum is 5 years, and the median is 2 years, meaning that half of the community correction order lengths are below 2 years and half are above.

Figure 16B : Community correction order lengths for males for cases of aggravated burglary (34 cases)Range and median : The minimum community correction order length is 1 year, the maximum is 5 years, and the median is 2 years, meaning that half of the community correction order lengths are below 2 years and half are above.

Figure 16D : Community correction order lengths for people aged under 25 for cases of aggravated burglary (10 cases)Range and median : The minimum community correction order length is 1 year, the maximum is 4 years, and the median is 1.38 years, meaning that half of the community correction order lengths are below 1.38 years and half are above.

Figure 16E : Community correction order lengths for people aged 25 to 54 for cases of aggravated burglary (29 cases)Range and median : The minimum community correction order length is 1 year, the maximum is 5 years, and the median is 2 years, meaning that half of the community correction order lengths are below 2 years and half are above

Figure 18A : Sentencing outcomes for all people for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (454 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 18B : Sentencing outcomes for males for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (420 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 18C : Sentencing outcomes for females for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (34 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 18D : Sentencing outcomes for people aged under 25 for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (91 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 18E : Sentencing outcomes for people aged 25 to 54 for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (350 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 18F : Sentencing outcomes for people aged 55 and over for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (13 cases)Note : Other in the graph may include probation, recognizance release orders (for Commonwealth offences) and residential treatment orders. Historical offences may include suspended sentences.

Figure 19A : Number of cases of aggravated burglary by financial year for all people (454 cases)
Figure 19B : Number of cases of aggravated burglary by financial year for males (420 cases)
Figure 19C : Number of cases of aggravated burglary by financial year for females (34 cases)
Figure 19D : Number of cases of aggravated burglary by financial year for people aged under 25 (91 cases)
Figure 19E : Number of cases of aggravated burglary by financial year for people aged 25 to 54 (350 cases)
Figure 19F : Number of cases of aggravated burglary by financial year for people aged 55 and over (13 cases)
Figure 20A : Average imprisonment lengths for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (406 cases)
Figure 20B : Average imprisonment lengths without a community correction order (CCO) for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (284 cases)
Figure 20C : Average imprisonment lengths and non-parole periods (NPPs) for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (263 cases)Note : NPP Cases in the graph indicates that only cases with a non-parole period are included.

Figure 20D : Average imprisonment lengths combined with a community correction order (CCO) for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year (122 cases)
Figure 21 : Average community correction order (CCO) lengths for cases of aggravated burglary by financial year, including community correction orders only (41 cases) and community correction orders combined with imprisonment (122 cases)
Figure 22A : Ages of offenders (where age is known) for cases of aggravated burglary (454 cases)
Figure 22B : Gender of offenders (where gender is known) for cases of aggravated burglary (454 cases)
Figure 22C : Number of charges per case (of any sentenced offence) for cases of aggravated burglary (454 cases)