The British Crime Survey 1988 (Home Office Research Study)
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Published by HMSO Books .
Written in English


  • Crime & criminology,
  • Criminology,
  • Sociology,
  • Criminal statistics,
  • England,
  • Victims of crimes,
  • Victims of crimes surveys,
  • Wales,
  • Reference

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10025107M
ISBN 100113409656
ISBN 109780113409655

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This survey, the third in a series of surveys instituted by the Home Office in , examines levels of victimization in Great Britain and offers attitudinal data on issues relating to crime. The survey was intended to replicate the and surveys (ICPSR and ) as much as possible. the british crime survey Author: Pat Mayhew, David Elliott, Lizanne Dowds Subject: the british crime survey Created Date: 12/7/ PM. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available British Crime Survey - Measuring Crime for 25 Years. Krista Jansson. Home Office, - Criminal statistics - 32 pages. 0 Reviews.   The Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), until 1 April known as the British Crime Survey (BCS), is a victimization survey of the population resident in households in England and Wales. The primary motive for launching the survey, over 30 years ago, was to assess how much crime went unreported in official police records.

Introduction to the British Crime Survey Back to Contents The British Crime Survey (BCS) is a well-established study and one of the largest social research surveys conducted in England and Wales. The survey was first conducted in and ran at roughly two yearly intervals until , when it became a continuous survey1. The survey is File Size: KB. The BCS measures crime in the year preceding the survey. 1 The survey therefore gives a count of crime in , while the first survey in measured crime in Surveys were also conducted in , , , and File Size: KB.   Explanation of how the British Crime Survey is conducted, and which areas of the UK it covers. From 1 April , the British Crime Survey (BCS) will be known as the Crime Survey . Crime Survey for England & Wales. The Crime Survey for England and Wales is an important monitor of the extent of crime in England and Wales. It is used by the Government to evaluate and develop crime reduction policies as well as providing vital information about the changing levels of crime .

  The British Crime Survey: The First Ten Years Show all authors. Pat Mayhew. Pat Mayhew. Home Office Research and Planning Unit See all articles by this author. The British Crime Survey. Home Office Research Study No London: HMSO. Google Scholar. MIETHE, T D, & MEIR, RF ().Cited by: 4. can relate this to measures asked in the British Crime Survey (BCS), for example. To expand: “The term ‘fear of crime’ has gained almost universal use. Some believe it is overused and misused (Ferraro and La Grange ). Pantazis () points to the confusion that exists inFile Size: 4MB. As a result of this, the British Crime Survey was renamed the Crime Survey for England and Wales to reflect this. The British Crime Survey had been first carried out in and further surveys were carried out in , , , , , , and The British Crime Survey has now been carried out four times in , , and This report presents findings from the sweep of the survey which gathered information about experience of crime in from a sample of 10, households in England and Wales.