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Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2012 Commercial Victimisation Survey

Data from the 2012 Commercial Victimisation Survey (CVS), which examines the extent of crime against businesses in England and Wales.

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Crime against businesses: Detailed findings from the 2012 Commercial Victimisation Survey

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Tables for ‘Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2012 Commercial Victimisation Survey’.

This is the second release of data from the 2012 Commercial Victimisation Survey (CVS), which further examines the extent of crime against businesses in England and Wales.

The 2012 CVS was a premises-based survey focused on four industry sectors: manufacturing, wholesale and retail, transportation and storage, and accommodation and food. The results of the survey should not be considered to be representative of crime against businesses as a whole, only of crime against these four sectors.