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Experimental statistics on victimisation of children aged 10 to 15: British Crime Survey year ending December 2009

Home Office Statistical Bulletin 11/10 makes available estimates of victimisation in the age range 10 to 15 years old.

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Experimental statistics on victimisation of children aged 10 to 15: Findings from the British Crime Survey for the year ending December 2009 England and Wales

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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 11/10 makes available for the first time estimates of victimisation from the extension of the British Crime Survey (BCS) to children aged 10 to 15 years resident in households in England and Wales.

The statistics presented in this report are published as experimental statistics , that is as new official statistics undergoing evaluation and published to involve users and stakeholders in their development as a means to build in quality at an early stage. As such, the statistics are subject to further refinement and review.

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