Impact of migration on crime and victimisation
- Migration Advisory Committee
- Part of:
- Migration Advisory Committee reports: analysis of the impacts of migration, Migration Advisory Committee: commissioned research, and Immigration and borders
- First published:
- 1 December 2011
Report on the impact of migration on crime and victimisation for the Migration Advisory Committee.
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This report by the London School of Economics considers the impact of migration on crime and victimisation in the UK by:
- reviewing the theoretical and empirical literature and providing an extensive evidence base
- presenting a range of approaches to estimate the impact of migrants upon crime and victimisation rates
Published: 1 December 2011