Non-destructive entry

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'''Non-destructive Entry'''
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'''Non-destructive entry''' refers to a variety of [[methods of entry]] used to gain access to a container (building, room, safe, etc.) without causing damage to the container or affecting its normal operation. It is the opposite of [[destructive entry]] and can be further categorized as [[covert entry]] or [[surreptitious entry]] depending on the forensic evidence left behind.
  
Non-destructive Entry refers to any method to open a lock without damaging any of it's parts.
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==Non-destructive methods of entry==
  
Examples include:
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* [[Lockpicking]]
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* [[Impressioning]]
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* [[Bypass]]
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* [[Key bumping]]
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* [[Shimming]]
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* [[Decoding]]
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* Unauthorized key duplication
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* Use of an existing [[key]] or [[combination]]
  
[[Lockpicking]]
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==See also==
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* [[Methods of entry]]
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* [[Destructive entry]]
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* [[Covert Entry]]
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* [[Surreptitious Entry]]
  
[[Bypassing]]
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[[Shimming]]
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[[Decoding]]
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[[Category:Methods of entry]]
 
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[[Category:Non-destructive entry]]
[[Impressioning]]
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Latest revision as of 16:33, 2 February 2021

[edit] Non-destructive entry

Non-destructive entry refers to a variety of methods of entry used to gain access to a container (building, room, safe, etc.) without causing damage to the container or affecting its normal operation. It is the opposite of destructive entry and can be further categorized as covert entry or surreptitious entry depending on the forensic evidence left behind.

[edit] Non-destructive methods of entry

[edit] See also


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