Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2014/15: Sexual Victimisation & Stalking

Findings from the SCJS 2014/15 on Sexual Victimisation and Stalking.

Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2014/15: Sexual Victimisation and Stalking

Dr Kath Murray
Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research

Scottish Government Social Research

Main findings from the 2014/15 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey were published on 15 March 2016. This report provides additional findings and evidence on stalking, harassment and sexual victimisation.


This report is a National Statistics output produced to the highest professional standards and free from political interference. It has been produced by Dr Kath Murray working with Scottish Government Researchers and Statisticians in the Justice Analytical Services Division.

Thanks go to a number of people involved in the development, implementation and reporting of the SCJS 2014/15. In particular the 11,472 people across Scotland who took time to provide their thoughts and opinions in the survey, as well as the interviewers and support staff who carried out the interviews. Particular thanks go to Leon Page and colleagues at TNS BMRB for their support and advice across all aspects of the survey management, and to the Office of the Chief Statistician and Performance at the Scottish Government, for methodological inputs.

Comments and Suggestions

We are committed to continual improvement and would welcome any comments or suggestions on how the SCJS reports could be improved or adapted in the future. Similarly, if you have any enquiries on any aspects of the survey development then we would welcome your opinions or questions. Please contact the SCJS Project Team.

Key findings from the SCJS 2014/2015 on Stalking & Harassment in Scotland

Key findings from the SCJS 2014/2015 on Sexual Victimisation in Scotland


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