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Topical report : highly victimised people. New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey, March - September 2018 (Cycle 1) Ministry of Justice

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Justice.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Justice, 2019Description: electronic document (32 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): NEW ZEALAND CRIME AND VICTIMS SURVEY (NZCVS) | CRIME | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE | MĀORI | STATISTICS | VICTIMS OF CRIMES | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Infographic | Resources and results | About NZCVS Summary: This report provides a statistical picture of the most highly victimised four percent of New Zealand adults. We define highly victimised people as those who experienced four or more criminal incidents within a 12-month period. In this report highly victimised people are compared with other victims to assess how this population differs and the key factors involved in high or repeat victimisation. The other victims are defined as those who experienced between one and three incidents within a 12-month period, they make up 25% of New Zealand adults. The remaining 71% of adults experienced no crime within a 12-month period. These findings come from the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey, March - September 2019 (Cycle 1).Follow the links for information about this survey and other publications. See also the Key findings report (#6274). Record #6470).
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This report provides a statistical picture of the most highly victimised four percent of New Zealand adults. We define highly victimised people as those who experienced four or more
criminal incidents within a 12-month period. In this report highly victimised people are
compared with other victims to assess how this population differs and the key factors
involved in high or repeat victimisation. The other victims are defined as those who experienced between one and three incidents within a 12-month period, they make up 25%
of New Zealand adults. The remaining 71% of adults experienced no crime within a 12-month period.

These findings come from the New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey, March - September 2019 (Cycle 1).Follow the links for information about this survey and other publications. See also the Key findings report (#6274). Record #6470).

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