The new Chief Constable at Northamptonshire Police has promised every reported burglary in the county will be properly investigated and a dedicated 'burglary team' has been set up.
Northants police are currently offering safety advice to local people and targeting those who break into their homes.
The county's Chief Constable, who was appointed in 2018, told ITV Anglia tackling burglaries is his number one priority.
Officers invited burglary victim Laura Baker and her three young children a chance to see behind the scenes at Kettering Police Station
Two months ago their home in Northampton was burgled and precious, personal items stolen.
During the visit two-year-old Eloise got back her beloved tablet from the detective who caught their burglar and made sure he went to prison.
There are nine officers in the new dedicated Burglary Team. They will be supported by intelligence, forensic and proactive resources, working under the banner Operation Crooked.
The week the team began there were nearly 120 domestic burglaries in the county.
After just three weeks that had fallen to less than 30 as word spread among criminals that they are being targeted.