Public attitudes to asset recovery and community cashback scheme: poll data
Data from the opinion poll on asset recovery and the community cashback scheme.
Public attitudes to asset recovery and community cashback scheme: data from the opinion poll
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The confiscation of criminal assets by the courts forms an important part of efforts to reduce crime.
The Home Office commissioned a previous opinion poll in January 2009 to capture public awareness of, and attitudes towards, asset recovery. To see how awareness and opinions have been changing, the Home Office repeated the poll in December 2009.
The document above details the results from the opinion poll on asset recovery and the community cashback scheme.
An overview of the findings from the December 2009 opinion poll is also available.
Published: 15 September 2010
From: Home Office