Guidance

Green Book supplementary guidance: crime

Supplementary guidance to the Green Book on the full range on impacts on society of different types of crime

Documents

The economic and social costs of crime

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The economic and social costs of crime against individuals and households 2003 to 2004

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Details

This research study provides estimates for the full range on impacts on society of different types of crime, including costs incurred in anticipation of crime such as defensive expenditure, costs as a consequence of crime such as physical and emotional costs, and costs incurred in the response to crime such as costs to the criminal justice system.

The study also contains estimates for offences against the individual and household, but these have been superseded by updated estimates published in ‘The economic and social costs of crime against individuals and households 2003/04’ and should no longer be used.

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Published 21 April 2013