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Children's experience and attitudes towards the police, personal safety and public spaces: Findings from the 2009/10 British Crime Survey

This bulletin explores topics from the interviews with children aged 10 to 15, providing analysis of children's attitude to crime issues.

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Children’s experience and attitudes towards the police, personal safety and public spaces: Findings from the 2009/10 British Crime Survey interviews with children aged 10 to 15. Supplementary Volume 3 to Crime in England and Wales 2009/10 (PDF file -

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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 08/11 is the third and final in a series of supplementary volumes that accompany the main annual Home Office Statistical Bulletin ‘Crime in England and Wales 2009/10’.

This supplementary volume explores topics from the 2009/10 British Crime Survey interviews with children aged 10 to 15, providing analysis of children’s contact with and attitude to the police, experience of and attitudes to knife carrying, crime prevention behaviours, being in public spaces and access to leisure activities.

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