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  • About this Release: Focus on Victimisation and Public Perceptions, 2012/13 30-May-2014
    Public perceptions of the police, police visibility and perceptions of the police and experiences of crime among 10 to 15 year olds in England and Wales.
  • Chapter 1: Public Perceptions of the Police, and Police Visibility, 2012/13 30-May-2014
    Adults overall ratings and confidence in the police. This chapter explores measures of police visibility, before tying the two together and examining the relationship between visibility and ratings of the police. Included in this are both trends over time and demographic breakdowns from the 2012/13 CSEW. It finishes by considering victim satisfaction with the police, another key measure of police performance.
  • Chapter 2: 10 to 15 Year Olds’ Perceptions of the Police 30-May-2014
    Ratings and perceptions of the police by children aged 10 to 15 years olds. This chapter looks at police visibility and satisfaction with the police, with some breakdowns of demographic and behavioural characteristics.
  • Chapter 3: Experiences of Crime Among 10 to 15 Year Olds 30-May-2014
    Experiences of crime among children using data from the 10 to 15 year olds’ element of the 2012/13 Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW). The analysis focuses on the prevalence of violence and theft in this age group and the offender characteristics, timing and perceptions of these two types of offence. A breakdown of victim characteristics associated with theft and violence is also presented.
  • Data Sources and References 30-May-2014
    Data sources and references used in the Focus on Victimisation and Public Perceptions, 2012/13
  • Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2012 25-Apr-2013
    Crime statistics from the Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime.

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