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NCJ Number: 153092 Find in a Library
Title: Scottish Crime Survey, 1993: First Results
Author(s): S Anderson; S Leitch
Corporate Author: Scottish Office Central Research & Statistics Unit
Publications Coordinator
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 8
Sponsoring Agency: Scottish Office Central Research & Statistics Unit
Edinburgh, EH11 3XA, Scotland
Sale Source: Scottish Office Central Research & Statistics Unit
Publications Coordinator
Room J1-0
Saughton House, Broomhouse Drive
Edinburgh, EH11 3XA,
United Kingdom
Type: Statistics
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: This is the third in a series of national surveys carried out in Scotland to collect information about the nature and extent of certain crimes experienced by individuals and households.
Abstract: Statistics are presented in the following sections: (1) Why Crime Surveys? (2) Limitations of the data: (3) How much crime? (4) Comparisons with police statistics; (5) Reporting to the police; (6) Is crime rising? (7) Comparisons with England and Wales; (8) Public perceptions of the problem of crime; (9) Other forms of victimization; and (10) Satisfaction with the police. Figures, tables, appendix
Main Term(s): Corrections
Index Term(s): Statistics
Note: Crime and Criminal Justice Research Findings No. 1. US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, International Crime Statistics
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