Research and analysis

British Crime Survey: options for extending the coverage to children and people living in communal establishments

This report presents findings from research carried out on including children and communal dwellers into the British Crime Survey.

Documents

British Crime Survey: options for extending the coverage to children and people living in communal establishments key implications (PDF file - 124kb)

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British Crime Survey: options for extending the coverage to children and people living in communal establishments summary (PDF file - 128kb)

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British Crime Survey: options for extending the coverage to children and people living in communal establishments report (PDF file - 336kb)

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Detail

Home Office Research Report 06 presents findings from methodological research carried out to examine the feasibility of covering children (under 16s) and people living in communal establishments as part of the British Crime Survey (BCS) or as separate surveys.

The main aims of the methodological work were: to examine the feasibility of covering children and those living in communal establishments as part of the main BCS or as separate surveys; and to outline different options for obtaining nationally representative estimates of crimes against these groups, as well as estimates of crime-related perceptions.