New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey : Key findings Cycle 1 (March - September 2018). Descriptive statistics Ministry of Justice
Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Justice.Material type: BookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Justice, 2019Description: electronic document (148 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): NEW ZEALAND CRIME AND VICTIMS SURVEY (NZCVS) | CRIME | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PHYSICAL ABUSE | PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | STATISTICS | SURVEYS | VICTIMS OF CRIMES | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Core report | Overview of important findings | List of key findings | Key findings with infographics | Resources and results | About NZCVS | NZFVC news item
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Available reports (October 2019). Follow links provided:
Core report (148 pages)
Topical report: An overview of important findings (22 pages)
List of key findings (6 pages)
Key findings with infographics (20 pages)
Available infographics (December 2019):
- NZCVS 2018 Topline infographics
- Who experiences crime in New Zealand?
- Sexual violence in New Zealand
- Psychological violence in New Zealand
- Lifetime experience of intimate partner violence (IPV) and sexual violence in New Zealand
- Property crime in New Zealand
- Drivers of crime in New Zealand
- What crime is reported to the police?
- Support of family violence victims
Topical report infographic
- High victimisation in New Zealand
The Cycle 2 report (October 2018 - September 2019) (#6644) is now available (May 2020).Check the website for updates.
This report provides detailed insights and analysis of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) Cycle 1 (2018) results . It extends the topline report released in December 2018 (#6130). The report contains mostly descriptive statistics. It does not include analysis of relationships between variables.
Results relating to interpersonal violence and other crimes, family violence, intimate partner violence, psychological abuse and sexual violence are found in chapter 4.
Topical reports from the main 2018 NZCVS report to be published in coming months include: "Highly victimised people” (6470), “Family violence” and “Māori victimisation”.
For more information about this survey, and to access the methodology report and infographics go to the Resources and results webpage. For background information about the NZCVS see the About NZCVS webpage and the NZFVC news item (10/1/2019). Record #6274