Burglary is committed when a person tresspasses a building with the intention to steal or assault a person. Burglary is aggravated if someone is present during the burglary and the offender knew or was reckless as to the fact, or if the offender has a weapon or fake weapon.
These County Court of Victoria case summaries and statistics highlight sentencing outcomes for the offence of aggravated burglary.
'Imprisonment' above includes all sentences that have immediate custody as a component of the total sentence. This may include imprisonment combined with a community corrections order, a partially suspended sentence, or another custodial sentencing outcome.
This graph includes cases with a sentence of imprisonment or aggregate imprisonment only.