The journey to crime and the geometry of offending (mobility triangles, or mobility areas more generally) are covered in Chapter 16. While the “journey” to crime involves more than the distance from the place a decision to commit a criminal event has been made to the place where that criminal event takes place, I only cover the distance component in Chapter 16. Overall, the journey/distance to crime is short, with the distance travelled to violent crime being shorter than property crime. This is also generally consistent with the area covered in the mobility triangle/area research: less area is covered for violent crimes than property crimes.