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2009/10 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey: Sexual Victimisation and Stalking

DescriptionSexual victimisation and stalking self-completion module from the 2009/10 Scottish Crime and Justice survey
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Official Print Publication DateDecember 2010
Website Publication DateDecember 09, 2010

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Pat MacLeod, Leon Page, TNS- BMRB ISSN 2045 6964 National Statistics Badge
ISBN 978 0 7559 9567 7 (Web only publication)
DPPAS 10570

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Contents

Acknowledgements

SCJSpublications

Conventions used in figures and tables

Executive Summary

1 Introduction
1.1 Stalking and harassment in the SCJS
1.2 Sexual victimisation in the SCJS
1.3 The structure of the report

2 Stalking and Harassment
2.1 Summary
2.2 Introduction
2.3 Overall risk of stalking and harassment
2.4 Varying risk of stalking and harassment
2.5 Relationship with the offender(s)
2.6 Reporting to the police

3 Less Serious Sexual Assault
3.1 Summary
3.2 Introduction
3.3 Overall risk of less serious sexual assault
3.4 Varying risk of less serious sexual assault
3.5 Relationship with the offender(s)
3.6 Gender of the offender(s)

4 Serious Sexual Assault
4.1 Summary
4.2 Introduction
4.3 Overall risk of serious sexual assault over time
4.4 Varying risk of serious sexual assault
4.5 Number of incidents experienced
4.6 Relationship with the offender(s)
4.7 Gender of the offender(s)
4.8 Reporting to the police

Reference

Annex 1: Data Tables - Experience of Sexual Victimisation and Stalking

Annex 2: Self-completion Questionnaire Method

A National Statistics Publication for Scotland

FIGURES
Chapter 2
Figure 2.1: % of adults who had experienced stalking and harassment in the last 12 months over time
Figure 2.2: Relationship with the offender(s) in the most recent / only incident of stalking and harassment experienced in the last 12 months
Figure 2.3: Most common reasons police were not informed about the most recent / only incident of stalking and harassment experienced in the last 12 months
Chapter 3
Figure 3.1: Relationship with the offender(s) - less serious sexual assault experienced since the age of 16
Chapter 4
Figure 4.1: Relationship with the offender(s) - serious sexual assault experienced since the age of 16
TABLES
Chapter 2
Table 2.1: % of adults in each group who had experienced stalking and harassment in the last 12 months
Table 2.2: Relationship with the offender(s) in the most recent / only incident of each form of stalking and harassment in the last 12 months
Table 2.3: Whether police came to know about the most recent / only incident of stalking and harassment experienced in the last 12 months
Chapter 3
Table 3.1: % who had experienced less serious sexual assault since the age of 16 / in the last 12 months over time
Table 3.2: % who had experienced less serious sexual assault since the age of 16 by gender
Table 3.3: Relationship with the offender(s) - each form of less serious sexual assault since the age of 16
Chapter 4
Table 4.1: % who had experienced serious sexual assault since the age of 16 overall and by gender
Table 4.2: Number of incidents of each form of serious sexual assault experienced since the age of 16
Table 4.3: Relationship with the offender(s) - each form of serious sexual assault since the age of 16
Table 4.4: Reasons the police did not come to know about most recent / only incident experienced of each form of serious sexual assault since the age of 16