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Tables for 'Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey'

Topics include nature of crimes against businesses, experience of crime, prevention, costs against businesses, anti-social behaviour and perceptions of policing.

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Section 1: Nature of crimes against businesses, Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey

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Section 2: Experience of crime by business and location characteristics, Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey: second edition

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Section 3: Crime Prevention, Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey

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Section 4: Costs of crime against businesses, Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey

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Section 5: Anti-social behaviour and perceptions of policing, cyber crime and theft from customers, Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey

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Technical Annex, Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey

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Tables to compliment Crime against businesses: detailed findings from the 2013 Commercial Victimisation Survey.

Published 5 June 2014
Last updated 11 August 2014 + show all updates
  1. Tables 2.12 and 2.13 updated with corrected figures.
  2. First published.