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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: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 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 | List of key findings | Infographics | NZCVS results page | About NZCVS | NZFVC news item Summary: This report provides detailed insights and analysis of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) results. It extends the topline report released in December 2018. The report contains mostly descriptive statistics. It does not include analysis of relationships between variables. According to information on the website, a series of follow-up in-depth reports on specific topics, such as family violence, Māori victimisation, consequences of crime, heavily victimised people, victimisation of young and aged people, and more, will be provided over time. Results relating to interpersonal violence and other crimes, family violence, intimate partner violence, psychological abuse and sexual violence are found in chapter 4. For more information about this survey, and to access the methodology report, see the NZCVS webpage and the NZFVC news item (10/1/2019). Record #6274
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This report provides detailed insights and analysis of the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey (NZCVS) results. It extends the topline report released in December 2018. The report contains mostly descriptive statistics. It does not include analysis of relationships between variables.

According to information on the website, a series of follow-up in-depth reports on specific topics, such as family violence, Māori victimisation, consequences of crime, heavily victimised people, victimisation of young and aged people, and more, will be provided over time.


Results relating to interpersonal violence and other crimes, family violence, intimate partner violence, psychological abuse and sexual violence are found in chapter 4.

For more information about this survey, and to access the methodology report, see the NZCVS webpage and the NZFVC news item (10/1/2019). Record #6274