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New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey : Topline report. March - September 2018 (Cycle 1) Ministry of Justice

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Justice.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Justice, 2018Description: electronic document (19 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): CRIME | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALAND CRIME AND VICTIMS SURVE (NZCVS) | STATISTICS | SURVEYS | VICTIMS OF CRIMES | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | NZCVS webpage | NZFVC news item Summary: This report provides high level insights and analysis of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) results. This is a topline report. This means it offers timely, concise and succinct access to the main findings of the survey. Other reports will follow that explain the results of the survey in-depth. The report reflects the first year of interviewing. The report aims to briefly answer three research questions: • What is the extent and nature of crime and victimisation in New Zealand? • What is the extent and nature of crime that goes reported or unreported to Police? • Who experiences crime? After completion of a wider in-depth analysis, key findings from this report will be integrated into the final main report. (From the document). The New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) replaces the New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS) which was run every three to four years. NZCVS will be run annually. The full report of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey for 2018 will be published in the first quarter of 2019. For more information about this survey, and to access the methodology report, see the NZCVS webpage and the NZFVC news item. Record #6130
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This report provides high level insights and analysis of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) results. This is a topline report. This means it offers timely, concise and succinct access to the main findings of the survey. Other reports will follow that explain the results of the survey in-depth.

The report reflects the first year of interviewing. The report aims to briefly answer three research questions:
• What is the extent and nature of crime and victimisation in New Zealand?
• What is the extent and nature of crime that goes reported or unreported to Police?
• Who experiences crime?

After completion of a wider in-depth analysis, key findings from this report will be integrated into the final main report. (From the document).

The New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) replaces the New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS) which was run every three to four years. NZCVS will be run annually. The full report of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey for 2018 will be published in the first quarter of 2019.

For more information about this survey, and to access the methodology report, see the NZCVS webpage and the NZFVC news item. Record #6130