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R & S Bulletin 1/2013 ‘Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2011/12 Northern Ireland Crime Survey’

This bulletin is based on findings from the 2011/12 Northern Ireland Crime Survey (NICS).

Date published

Thursday, 31 January 2013

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Experience of Crime: Findings from the 2011/12 Northern Ireland Crime Survey - Data Tables (XLS 279 KB)

Further Information

The publication focuses on crime victimisation (prevalence and incidence) rates in both Northern Ireland and England and Wales for the following broad crime types

  • crimes affecting the whole household (mainly property offences), including vandalism, domestic burglary, vehicle-related theft, bicycle theft and other household theft; and
  • personal crimes against respondents only (mainly violent offences), including common assault, wounding, mugging (robbery and snatch theft from the person), stealth theft from the person and other theft of personal property.

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