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Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2019/20: main findings

Main findings from the Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2019/2020, including self-completion findings covering the period 2018/19 to 2019/20.

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Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2019/20: main findings
Table A1.3: Rates of crime in Scotland, per 10,000 households/adults, 2019/20

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Table A1.3: Rates of crime in Scotland, per 10,000 households/adults, 2019/20

Crime rates per 10,000 households/adults (to nearest 10) Best estimate Lower estimate Upper estimate
All SCJS Crime 1,770 1,580 1,960
Property Crime 1,340 1,200 1,490
Vandalism 560 470 650
Motor vehicle vandalism 340 270 410
Property vandalism 220 160 280
All motor vehicle related theft 120 90 160
Theft of motor vehicle 20 10 40
Theft from motor vehicle 90 60 120
Attempted theft of/from motor vehicle 10 -1 20
Housebreaking 90 60 110
Other household theft inc. bicycle theft 390 320 470
Other household theft 320 250 380
Bicycle theft 80 50 110
Personal theft (exc. Robbery) 180 130 220
Other theft 120 80 160
Theft from the person 50 30 80
Violent Crime 430 320 530
Assault 410 300 510
Serious assault 30 10 40
Robbery 20 10 30
Comparable Crime 1,180 1,010 1,340
Vandalism 560 470 650
Acquisitive crime 190 140 230
Violent crime 430 320 530
Number of respondents: 5,570

Rates are calculated using NRS 2018 Households estimates and NRS Mid-2019 adult (aged 16 and over) population estimates.

1 Figures in this table are rounded to the nearest 10. '-' here denotes a figure lower than 5.


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