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Scottish Crime and Justice Survey Data Items

The Scottish Crime and Justice Survey (SCJS) is a large-scale social survey which asks people about their experiences and perceptions of crime in Scotland. Findings from crime surveys in Scotland have been used by policy makers across the public sector, academia and third sector to help understand the nature of crime in Scotland, target resources and monitor the impact of initiatives since the 1980s.

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Contact Point
Dataset Privacy Tags Maximally Restricted
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Tags Survey,Crime and Justice
Publisher Justice Analytical Services
Geographic Coverage Scotland
Start of time period covered by this dataset 2008-03-31
End of time period covered by this dataset 2017-03-30
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