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Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2018/19: main findings

Published: 16 Jun 2020

Main findings from the Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2018/2019.

175 page PDF

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175 page PDF

3.6 MB

Contents
Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2018/19: main findings
Errata

175 page PDF

3.6 MB

Errata

An updated version of the 2018/19 SCJS Main Findings Report, which supersedes the original, was published in October 2020.

The latest version updates small inaccuracies in Chapter 8 (PDF pages 131 and 134).

The original report stated that ‘In 2018/19, 13% of adults said that they had been insulted, pestered or intimidated in the previous year, in line with the proportion of respondents who experienced such incidents in 2008/09 and 2017/18. Younger adults were more likely to have experienced harassment than older adults (27% of 16-24 year olds compared to 15% of 25-44 year olds, 12% of 45-59 year olds and 6% of people aged 60 and over)’.

13% should have been 12%, 27% should have been 26% and 15% should have been 14%.

The findings on comparisons over time and variations between age groups are not impacted. Also, these changes do not affect any other results in the report.


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