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The 2000 Scottish Crime Survey: Overview Report

DescriptionThe SCS provides an index of crime that complements recorded crime statistics by estimating the extent of crimes experienced by people in Scotland, whether or not they are recorded by the police.
ISBN0-7559-3338-9
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateMay 08, 2002

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THE 2000 SCOTTISH CRIME SURVEY OVERVIEW REPORT

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The Scottish Executive
Central Research Unit
2002

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Contents

Executive Summary
Chapter 1:
Introduction
Chapter 2:
Extent of Crime
in Scotland
Chapter 3:
Trends in SCS Crime
Chapter 4:
Comparison with Police
Recorded Crime Statistics
Chapter 5:
Comparison with Crime
Levels in England and Wales
Chapter 6:
The Risk of Victimisation
Chapter 7:
Public Reactions to Crime
APPENDICES
Appendix A:
Supplementary Tables
Appendix B:
Survey Design
and Methods
Appendix C:
Sampling Error
Appendix D:
Comparison between the
SCS and Police Recorded Crime Statistics
Appendix E:
The Scottish
*ACORN Classification
Appendix F: Glossary

The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and
do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.

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